Start of the day challengelaugh


Good morning everyone!

Today, we will continue to look at the 'ch' grapheme. In yesterday's task, you found out that the 'ch' grapheme can make two sounds. Today, we will explore another sound it can make.


The 'ch' grapheme can also make the 'sh' sound.

Read the words below but remember to make the 'sh' sound when you see the 'ch' grapheme.


chef               Charlotte           chalet           machine   





Tuesday's Maths


Tuesday's English video


LO: Use aerial images and plan perspectives to recognise some landmarks and basic physical features.


Today in Geography,  we would like you to look at plan perspectives and aerial views of Serekunda. You will then need to identify and label the features of physical geography that you can see.
Can you remember what we did in last week's lesson?


Let's take a look at where Serekunda is.





What is physical geography?

Physical Geography is when we look at the natural parts of the world. Things that occurred naturally without humans.
These include beaches, vegetation (land), coast, mountains and weather.


What is an aerial view and plan perspective?


An Aerial View is…
A bird’s eye view of something from above. Its from the perspective of a bird looking down.


A Plan Perspective is…
It is a map from above. It is like a drawing of an aerial view.



Look at the aerial view and plan perspective maps, identify and label the physical features.


You can do this by writing 'physical geography' as a heading, write down the list and tick what you find or if you can print the images and label the physical geography you can see.


Can you find...

  • beach
  • ocean
  • coastline
  • vegetation 

Challenge- Research what the weather is like in Serekunda and write down how it compares to the weather where you live.