TrullChurch of England VA Primary School

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Monday 18th January



Today is our last lesson on money. 


We will be using our addition and subtraction skills to solve two-step problems. 


You can use bar models and part-whole models to help you. You might also want to use coins or any resources you have at home.

Two-step problems

Two-step problems" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo.


Please practise this week's spellings by logging on to Spelling Shed. If you have any issues logging in please email me.  


This week we are adding -es to nouns and verbs that end in -y. 

New Spellings!


In this lesson, we will box up the story and explore the moods in each section of the story.


This will be taught during our zoom lesson. If you can't make it, please use the information below to do the lesson in your own time.



Phonics Play

Read and write sentences from Phase 5D.


Teach: LQ: What is a noun?

 For most nouns we simply add s.

LQ: What do we add to nouns ending in ‑s, ss, ‑sh, ‑ch, ‑x, or -z? We add –es. 

Key words

noun, singular, plural. suffix


planet, planets, glass, glasses


Rule: if the word ends in ‑s, ss, ‑sh, ‑ch, ‑x, or -z, add -es



church, stitch , dress, brush, fox , jazz, fuzz, buzz, arch, grass, match, box, radish, fish


s/ ss
















Can you sort the words into the correct column? Can you think of more words for each column?


Apply: Write two sentences that contain plural nouns.





Below, you will find our topic work for the week. 


For those children that are still coming into school, please can I ask that you use the days of the week to guide your learning, as you will also be doing these tasks in school on the days that you are in.   


For those learning at home full-time, you can choose which day you would like to do each activity smiley