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Hello Everybody!
I hope you have all had a lovely half term, we have been so lucky with all of the sunshine we have had. It feels like a very long time since we were at school and I hope it won’t be to long until we are back. Until then, stay safe and remember how proud I am of you.
If there are any pictures, work or messages you would like to send me please email: office@southbankprimary.co.uk .

 Miss Hansen x

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Super Subitising

Odd and Even 

Shape Detectives

Our number of the week is 19
Nineteen is a teen number, it has 1 ten and 9 ones
Can you write number 19 in the air with your finger and then on paper using a pencil, remember to form the numbers the correct way round. 
Is 19 an even or an odd number? Can we share it equally between two people? 

Number Sentences
Using objects, find ways of adding two numbers together to equal 19. For a challenge have a go at subtracting smaller numbers from 19. 

Can you guess which shape I am describing?

I have 6 faces
I have 8 vertices
I have 12 edges
My faces are all the same shape

I have 6 faces
I have 8 vertices
4 of my faces are rectangles
I have 12 edges

I have a square base
I have 5 vertices
I have 8 edges
4 of my faces are triangles

Suggested web page for daily maths lessons, ideas and activities.


Story Time


I hope you enjoyed receiving my letter, this week I would like you to write a short letter, to either myself or one of your friends 🙂

Can you tell me:
· Who the letter is addressed to
· What you miss about school— playing with your friends, building models, having breakfast together, dressing up.
· An activity you have enjoyed whilst being off– playing in the garden, having fun in a paddling pool.
· Something you are proud of—helping your grown ups to bake, getting yourself dressed.

This activity can be differentiated with the use of pictures, key words and simple sentences, try your best to use your phonics to help you, I would love to receive them. 


The following link provides phonic sessions similar to the ones your child attends at school and will be greatly beneficial to your child’s home learning.


Make and Create

As we can’t see and hug the people we usually would, I thought these were lovely ideas of showing how much we love and miss people.  You could draw around yourself or trace around your hands, to send a hug to a family member or friend. 

Cultural Capital

Burj Khalifa
Burj Khalifa is a sky scraper in Dubai. It is the tallest man made sculpture, ever to be built. Can you made a sculpture using junk materials. You could then measure it using a tape measure, a ruler or objects such as lego, to see how tall it is.

 Can you find Burj Khalifa on google maps?


Busy Bee Challenges

Mini Mash
The link below will take you to the mini mash web page, have fun exploring and don’t forget to submit anything you have completed into your work tray so I can see what you have been busy doing! 

Remember I would love you to share your ‘weekend news’. This can be anything you have enjoyed, something that you have achieved, or simply a chance to tell me something you would like me to know. Remember to log on to Marvellous Me to receive messages and badges!

Useful Websites



Home Learning Gallery

I love receiving your photos so please continue to send them.
If you would like to send any photos or work please email the office@southbankprimary.co.uk or message via the South Bank Primary Facebook page. When sending photo’s or work, please let us know if you would be happy for them to be posted on the web page, thank you ★

“When it rains look for rainbows, when its dark look for stars 🌈 ”
To all children, I hope you are having a lovely time keeping safe with your families. We look forward to seeing you all soon, Miss Hansen & Miss Fionda.

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