English (1 hour)
LO: To take part in a debate (Y2.)
WISH 1: I can put myself in a character’s position (empathise).
WISH 2: I can listen to other children’s views.
WISH 3: I can explain and justify my opinion.
Small letters (m) DO THIS ON THE SHEET!
Speed Sounds lesson (see Powerpoint in Phonics in English folder for structure)
Sound – u_e (special friends) – Use the Youtube link –
Speaking and Listening
Children role-play as the children in the story to debate whether to explore the forest/climb the tree.
If we climb the tree.....
We should climb the tree because....
Take photos and get a photo of each pair in action ready for Lesson 3
Use subordination (when, if, that or because)
Create a 0-100 number line:
Click on set up, end 100. Increment 10. Sub-divide 10. Show only start and end numbers. find 50, 22, 98, 65, 79.
Discuss where each one is and how to find it: Go to the nearest 10, then on or back a bit, or Look for units that are near the middle between two 10s (4, 5, 6).
Encourage children to use their place value knowledge to identify how many 10s the number has.
Give children a long strip of paper. Ask them to draw a line using a ruler. Point out that you want a long line so demonstrate using the ruler and keeping it straight move it along to draw a line longer than the ruler.
Children label each end ‘100’ and ‘200’.
They find the centre by folding the strip and labelling it ‘150’. Discuss how we know this is 150 – again using knowledge from last week.
They mark the other 10s drawing four marks each side of the 150 and labelling them ‘110’, ‘120’, etc.
Say numbers: 186, 141, 109, 133, 158, 105, and children mark the numbers on their line.
Y3 TB1 p41
L.O: To know about Christians' scared place
Wish 1: I can identify a Christian sacred place.
Wish 2: I can understand features of a church.
Wish 3: I can understand how a church might feel to Christians
https://www.canterbury-cathedral.org/virtual-tour/ Take a tour around the church.
Look outside the church how, when, by whom and why has it been built? How when, by whom and why is it used? Go inside, and look at all the things that are found in a church, but not usual in any other building. Pupils might discover crosses, candles, images, furniture, Biblical scenes, music making kit, and many more.
Main Activity -
Children have a picture of the inside of the church and label each part.
(1 hour 30 minutes)
LO: to identify that skeletons and muscles are important for support, movement and protection.
Wish 1: I know why we have skeletons and muscles.
Wish 2: I know how our muscles work and why our skeletons are important.
Wish 3: I can explain how skeletons and muscles work in our bodies.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z9339j6 good videos to introduce the skeleton and muscles
Humans, like many other animals, have a skeleton made up of bones. The skeleton is inside us, so we call it an endoskeleton. The skeleton has 3 main functions:
Protect – The skeleton is hard and protects the soft internal organs from damage. For example, the skull protects the brain and the ribcage protects the heart, lungs and organs.
Support – The skeleton helps the body keep its shape because it is made up of hard bones.
Move – Our bones and muscles work together to allow us to move. Almost every time we move, we are using some bones.
Task 1: Carefully cut out the bones and use them to create a human skeleton. Label the main bones using the words from the diagram. Make sure you put the arms and legs on the right way round!