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Icarus (SB2)

Welcome back!

We hope you all had a wonderful half term holiday and enjoyed spending time with each other. The start of our new term continues to look very different but hopefully we will see you all back in school soon. Until then, each day instructions and tasks will be uploaded on teams for you to complete at home.

We will be sending a link on Microsoft Teams to invite you to a meeting on a Friday (every week) so we can see how you are all doing! You will also receive messages from Marvellous Me and will need to access Purple Mash, TT Rockstars, Lexia and Reading Plus. If you need password reminders or would like to set up Marvellous Me, please contact the school office. If you need password reminders for Purple Mash, TT Rockstars, Lexia or Reading Plus, please contact me on the class email- RSPIcarus@southbankprimary.co.uk

Each day, I will upload your work on to TEAMS so please check it daily to complete your tasks and continue with your learning. You will receive new Literacy, Maths and Creative Curriculum tasks every day. Look out for daily videos to help support you with your learning. Please remember to send pictures to the class email of the learning your child has been doing.

Love from,
Mrs Burgess, Mrs Ellerington, Miss Morris and Mrs Robinson. xx

Remote learning week beginning 1.3.21

This will be our final week of online learning and we are really looking forward to seeing you all next week. Don’t forget to return your I-Pad, headphones and charging leads to school by Friday 5th March.

Weekly check in will take place on Friday between 10.00 and 10.30 this week. Please ensure your child is logged in to Teams at this time. It was lovely to speak to the children last week but it would be even better if we could speak to more of you.

Please log onto Teams every day to access the days learning for your child.

Phonics / Reading

Please read with your adult everyday – it can be any book of your choice, a newspaper, magazine or even something off the internet! There are also lots of books to choose from on Purple Mash!




10-15mins LEXIA


teacher email:- teacher@southbankprimary.co.uk

15-20 mins Reading Plus


Reading Plus Site Code: rpsouth106


Log on to Teams, watch the attached video (if there is one) and complete the task.


Log on to teams.  Watch the attached video and complete the online task.

10 mins Times Table Rockstars: https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/63735

Practice your times tables. For extra ideas see below;

Afternoon activity.

Access teams and complete tasks set / Purple Mash (2dos).

Please also see the other activities section below for more ideas for afternoon work – it would be lovely to see what other things you have been doing.

PE  (Friday)

Complete a Joe Wicks session

3 just dance songs.


Other activities

Have a go at some origami. Watch Mrs Sturdy below;






Spring 2

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This half term our topic will be science focused – Burps, Bottoms and Bile. The children will have chance to engage with different science experiments and will develop their knowledge of the digestive system. They will also learn about different types of teeth and how to look after them. The best bits will be learning about healthy eating – lots of opportunities to make some healthy recipes and eat them!!!

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Useful information

Here’s a list of sites that the children use regularly to support their learning:





Autumn 2 learning

In Literacy, we use the book the Man in the Moon as our focus text and worked hard to complete descriptive work, developed our understanding of past and present tense, wrote questions to find out more information and retold the story in our own words. We also watched The Way Back Home and thought about how we could change the story to make our own version.

In Maths, the children developed their understanding of times tables, place value and worked hard to develop their addition and subtraction skills. They also used Times Tables Rockstars every day on their I-pads.

Our Topic work was all about space. We enjoyed learning about the different planets in our solar system and learnt about some key people who were famous for their work in space.

We also had fun learning about gravity and completed some science work about this – we had to use our measuring skills using a range of equipment to find out what happened to things of different weights with the pull of gravity.

Some of our children also had the extra challenge of learning to ride a bike! Check out our photo gallery below to see how they did!


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