Wondrous Wednesday

Welcome back Platypus Class,

Did you enjoy learning all about medieval castles yesterday? I hope so. Here is a silly P4C question that Miss Linsley wanted me to ask you…

Leave a comment with you reasons below!

Today’s daily tasks as usual are Zumos, Sumdog, Reading with and adult and Phonics play.

Phonics sound of the day: ie

Can you read these words and find the 3 real ones ?

shieg hieb lied dried

fiek cried wied chiek

Can you read the clues and write down the answer?

You put it on around your neck?

It happens to something after it gets wet?

It the opposite of something that is true.

I saw it through my tiny eye.

Maths Home Learning – Summer Week 3 Lesson 3: Adding together and finding a part

Today lesson continues to look at the use of part whole models and how we can find a missing part. You could always try creating your own part whole models with plates or drawing it on a sheet of paper. Then find something to use as counters (grapes, lego blocks, cornflakes… be imaginative!)


You can also watch and try some other related activities here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvk7mfr

English Home Learning

Today lesson is focusing on forming lovely long ladder letters.

You will also be introduced to a famous historical figure. Can’t wait to hear what you find out….https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z62gcqt

E-Safety lessons Part 2

Continuing with our work on staying safe online as part of #hmpsonlinesafetyweek

Rewatch the Jessie and friends video 2 ‘Sharing pictures’. www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/jessie-and-friends

Now see if you can complete the quiz below then check your answers at the bottom of the blog.

Activity 2: Draw what makes you feel happy! Jessie, Tia and Mo love playing superheroes – it makes them feel happy.

Take a sheet of blank paper and fold it into quarters – you remember this from last weeks Maths lesson right! Open the paper up again. There are now four spaces on the paper.

In each space draw yourself doing something that makes you feel happy – a total of four different activities. These could be things you like to do on your own, or activities you enjoy with friends or family.

These pictures are fine to share – so email them to year1@herbertmorrison.lambeth.sch.uk or tweet at @MrFielderHMPS

Have a fabulous day!

Mr Fielder

15 thoughts on “Wondrous Wednesday

  1. Morning Mr Fielder,

    Christopher Columbus work:

    He does not look like a nice person.
    He stole their money making the people very sad.
    He did not discover the lands.

    Jovani was struggling with the number bonds to 20 but we eventually got there. He made his own puzzle for his sister to try. Hopefully that will help him too.

    E-Saftey lesson:
    Watching Ryan’s world on YouTube makes me happy.



  2. Great choice Muhammad – life on a bouncy castle is fun! When we have a school summer fair the teachers always sneak on the bouncy castle before it opens – watch next time!


  3. Well done Eva – fantastic work today. I glad you have strong opinions on Christopher Columbus it shows you are really thinking about history! Ps. Did you see your castle picture on twitter? – you have lots of fans!


  4. Daniel: I think bouncy castle because it’s so fun to jump.🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

    Anna: I want to live in a bouncy castle 🏰 but it’s no good for eating 🍽 or drinking🥤.


  5. Muhammad like everyone else I believe has chosen a bouncy castle. Both would be impractical but I guess its all about the fun, and fun is very important!
    Muhammad got on really great with the maths and English.
    Thanks mr Fielder!


  6. Hi Mr. Fielder!
    “What a question Miss Linsley ¿ of course I would love to live in a bouncy castle… I will be jump and play all day long”
    As the words we have tie/ dried/ lie/ flies.
    “I don’t like Christopher Columbus he is a bad person… he stole people”
    About the e safety she answer all correct 😊 I believe she understood the why and because we can’t share everything.


  7. Hi Mr Fielder,

    My dad gave me a break today. We went to the park, played football and built Lego instead

    I would like to live in a bouncy castle because it would be really really fun!



  8. I think it is a FANTASTIC P4C question 😉 but I am very torn…I love bouncy castles, so much fun I agree Kiyana and it would be exercise without even thinking about it but Ritaj has a good point one could live properly in a stone castle. Plus if there were any enemies I could defend a stone castle properly whereas a bouncy castle would just deflate but then there’s the heating bill to consider…haha


  9. Hello Mr Fielder.

    Kiyana had another try at what she thinks might be the answer for… I saw it through my tiny eye PIE or FLIES

    Also Kiyana chose a bouncy castle because it would be fun, bouncy and nice.


  10. Kiyana – fantastic work again. The fourth ie word clue is actually more to do with seeing something (maybe something you shouldn’t…?) – it’s a tough one though! Thank you for your informative sentences about Cristopher Columbus it obviously prompted some really great discussion in your home. Keep up the great work.


  11. Good Morning Ritaj – I think you might be right. Life in a bouncy castle could get pretty bumpy after a while!


  12. Good morning Mr Fielder.

    Kiyana’s answers to the clues are…

    You put it around your neck TIE
    It happens to something after it gets wet DRIED
    It’s the opposite of something that is true LIE
    I saw it through my tiny eye CRIED

    For activity 3 writing 3 sentences on Christopher Columbus. Kiyana in her own words wrote the following…

    “He took there money so he can be rich.” (We discussed him and other’s stole land and gold from the Americas.)

    “He wanted to travel to China and India.” (We discussed they were known as the Indies)

    “He became famous for discovering the Americas.” (We discussed he was the first Europe to discover the Americas, as know one use to travel before. But these countries always existed.


  13. Hello, Mr fielder I’ve started my work today. id rather live in a stone castle so I can live properly


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