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This is the final week of home learning as we finish for summer break on Thursday 23rd July.


In readiness for Peswara class in September, the following activities might prove useful to get you into the swing of school:


Practise your handwriting - even if you offer to write the shopping list, the dog's birthday wish list, or copy a page from your favourite book, or poem.


Read as much as you can. We will be reading for an hour every day from September.


If you're watching a film, try to use some of your reading skills - what do you think will happen next? How do you know they're feeling excited, nervous etc?


Ask questions when you're not certain. Try to develop ways of helping yourself.


Master a skill you haven't yet mastered - tying shoelaces, telling the time, whistling, throwing and catching (Mrs T especially!!).


We hope you have a wonderful summer break and get to spend some time with extended family members.


Stay safe and we'll see you in September,


Mrs Taylor & Miss Smith

These sites will remain open throughout the summer, if you want to play:


TT Rockstars 


Spelling Shed



Discovery Education

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Letter-join:       Username: pen   Password: deen 

Choose Class 4 and hard letters/ hard words


Staff won't be responding to Class Dojo but you might want to share some pictures of what you've been up to in the holidays, we'll share them in September.


Class Dojo Student Log In: Your parents have been sent a direct link to your page.





This is the last week's work before summer.


Please play TT Rockstars, which should be set to your level and then test yourself with a 99 club too.



Follow the links for video support:


Lesson 1 Metric units

Lesson 2 Imperial units

Lesson 3 Converting units of time

Lesson 4 Timetables

YEAR 6 W/C 20/07/2020 MATHS


Follow the links for video support:


Lesson 1 Draw nets of 3D shapes

Lesson 2 Circles

Lesson 3 Read and interpret pie charts

Lesson 4 The mean

Arithmetic Paper - Take 30 minutes to complete, then practise the methods you found tricky.