Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Thomas Jolyffe Primary School




Date: 11.01.21

LO: To investigate the three times table

The 3 times-table

Note: If you do the questions in your books from the display worksheet, for question 6 you will need to print the table that is on the word document below. Cut out the table and stick it in your book, as we would at school. Please do not worry if you can't print it. You could either miss out the question or draw the table in your book and write in your own numbers.



Date: Monday 11th January 2021

LO: To generate vocabulary

In this lesson, you will watch the 'The Robin' clip again and do a range of activities to help you generate vocabulary (adjectives) to describe the characters and the setting. You will use the words you've learnt to write full sentences.


The video stops abruptly during the vocabulary for the setting. After watching the video, have a go at writing some full sentences about each part of the story - the opening, build-up, climax and ending. Remember to use the adjectives you've thought of to add detail to your sentences. 


Extra challenge: Can you describe another character not mentioned in the lesson? We can think of another!



Date: Monday 11th January 2021

L.O. To find out about the location of the hemispheres and continents.

In this unit of geography you will be learning about different locations in the world. The first lesson today is all about the hemispheres.

If you have access to a printer you may want to print out the map below so you can label it when told to do so on the video. If you can't or do not want to do this then point at the screen to show where you think the locations are.



Challenge Task

Name and label each continent on the map and colour the countries of that continent in the same colour. For example you could colour all of Asia green. Remember, as a geographer your colouring has to be very neat and precise and the colour blue on maps is only ever used for the water.

‘Children are captivated by their learning’, ‘The well-being of pupils is at the heart of the school’, ‘School is a calm place - pupils are polite, courteous and well-mannered’