Friday 3rd July 2020
We will continue to upload home learning packs until Friday 17th July; no further home learning will be set after this date.
Monday 18th May 2020
Today marks the start of Mental Health Week. We are currently going through challenging and different times, which can mean we sometimes may find things difficult or a struggle. We want you to know that it's ok to not be ok. This week's challenge is to find something good in everyday. If you can, tell someone else at home what's good; it can be the smallest thing. Maybe you can share some with your teachers at your next wellbeing zoom meeting or put some on Seesaw.
Monday 11th May 2020
As we now enter week 8 of the lockdown, things have been different for the children for a long time. They may have been experiencing a range of different emotions and feelings, as well as having to cope with (and try to understand) some difficult things which may be happening to their family (including illness or loss). We have put together some of the different books we have in school which we recommend that may help during these uncertain times. They are just recommendations and for your information. If you have used any other books and find them helpful, please let us know so we can add to our recommended list.
Wednesday 29th April 2020
Please find below different reading questions, should you wish to discuss your reading book. The 1st section are for Year 3 and 4, and the second section is for Year 5 and 6.
Wednesday 22nd April 2020
Each week, a new challenge sheet will be uploaded to this section should you wish to have a go. This is an extension to the daily work packs set by teachers; there is no expectation to complete the challenges. Answers will be uploaded the following week along with the new challenge. Enjoy!
Monday 23rd March 2020
All class teachers have now uploaded a set timetable of work for today; a new pack will be uploaded week. If you have any questions relating to the home learning packs, please contact email@example.com
A suggested timetable of study is provided here:
Parents can access work for individual year groups using the links below: