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Warm up: Phonics Play > Phase 5 > Buried Treasure > Phase 5> select all phase 5 sounds or a sound your child finds tricky.

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Watch: The Leopard's Drum - Full Story


This will be be loaded to the page on the day - no sneak peeks please!



Activity1: Make a list of all the characters in the story.  You need to say which animal they are and what their name is.  


Activity 2 : Make your own characters from the story and use them in your own retelling.


You could draw the characters on paper or create finger/ lollystick puppets

The Leopard's Drum Full story & Task setter






Warm up: Helicopter Rescue - Select In Between 1 to 100




Watch: White Rose Maths Teaching Video

Year 1 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Partitioning numbers




Activity: Complete the allocated activity on Purple Mash (reduced version) 


Complete the full activity sheet attached below - either electronically or by hand.









Around the world – Exploring Australia


Today we will be exploring the smallest continent in the world – Australia, Oceania

Oceania is made up of Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and many other smaller islands.

You can find the Great Barrier Reef there, one of the natural wonders of the world and many unique 

animals including kangaroos, koalas and emus.  Would you like to visit Australia?

Click on the links below to find out more:




Aboriginal art  


Activity: Can you create your own Aboriginal Art picture using patterns and dots?  Watch this video to help you: 

aboriginal animal art




Aboriginal people are indigenous (the first) Australians. They tell stories in words and pictures about how the world began. Aboriginal art includes lots of symbols for the natural things around them. Aboriginal paintings also use lots of dots as they used to use their fingers or sticks. 

Optional Activity: Purple Mash: Can you paint your own kangaroo?