Parent Zone

As we have been using a more digital platform for home schooling and daily life over the past few months, we wanted to point parents to a useful link!

www.parents.parentzone.org.uk

The link above gives advice, support and provides a range of resources for parents on all aspects of digital life. This will be particularly useful during the school holidays when children have more freedom on their tablets/phones and other digital devices.

Home Learning (w/b 13.07.20)

We have reached the final week of Home Learning for this year! You have all worked amazingly hard at home, we are aware that it is has been a strange few months but you’ve have all shown perseverance and resilience, fantastic qualities to show going into Year 6! Although we may have not spent the last few months together, you have blown us away with all the brilliant work you have completed at home, we are so proud of you! Keep it up for the last week, shine like the fabulous stars that you all are!

Maths Resources

Writing Resources

Topic Resources

Reading Resources

Music Resources

Home Learning (w/b 06.07.20)

Hi everyone, we hope you’ve had a fun and relaxing weekend! We are nearing the end of the Summer term now and you have all worked extremely hard and we are very proud of all you have achieved! Please keep up the hard work for the last few weeks and continue to send us examples of your amazing work to the class emails! As always, if you have any questions about the work or need some help, email us on the class emails!

Writing Resources

Maths Resources

Reading Resources

Music Resources

Stars of the Week

Cedar Class

Daniel: For working hard at home, particularly trying hard with his maths work, well done!

Richard: For working hard in school and continuing to put his best efforts into his work, well done!

Maple Class

David: For working hard at home and trying hard, particularly when completing writing and grammar tasks, well done!

Banaz: For trying hard with her maths work, improving her fluency and reasoning, well done!