Please scroll below to access our distance learning resources to complete in your 'Distance Learning Journals'. Please continue to check in to our class page Monday-Friday as I will be setting Meerkats additional challenges regularly each week. If you are a parent or carer of a child in Meerkats and have any questions about your child's distance learning, please email the class email address:
Keep safe, Meerkats!
I hope you all have had a lovely half term and are all ready to continue your home learning tasks. It's been fantastic seeing all the things you have been up to over the past half term. Don't forget to keep sending me your pictures of all the activities and work you've been up to.
I will be uploading your new home learning tasks to the class page daily as we head into the last half term of the school year, so make sure you look out for those. I miss you all very much and I am looking forward to when we can get back into the classroom.
Keep safe everyone and I will see you soon.
I wonder whether you can draw some pictures or write a note for the residents at The Spinney?The residents love receiving things from you.
Please send your drawings/notes to:
84, Peterborough Road Eye Peterborough PE6 7YB
or email email@example.com
Here is a link to The Family Fit Club which has been created to help you and your families whilst you are at home over the next few weeks. The workouts are fun, themed and suitable for all of the family, regardless of age and ability – with no equipment needed! All videos can be accessed for free on YouTube via the link below.
25/03/2020 - Bella has been working hard looking after her chickens.
Check out her new Vlog below...
Curriculum Bulletin Autumn 2
In English. we will be looking at 'The Inventions of Hugo Cabret' as our focus text and writing newspaper reports. We will then be moving on to comparing the film with the book.
In Maths, we will be looking at multiplication and division this half term.
In Science, we will be learning about forces.
In Geography, we will be learning all about mountains.
In DT we will be making our own birdhouses in our co-op groups.
The Christmas countdown is on!
Please see the curriculum letter for more information.
Year 5 took part in the Harvest Festival this year by saying a poem. The class each had a line to say, expressing the importance of the Harvest Festival and how it impacts the community around us. Some children also read out a prayer that they wrote themselves, during our RE lessons. The Harvest Festival was a great opportunity for the whole school to come together, celebrating the wider community.
We were very lucky today to experience a poetry day. Neal Zetter, a children’s poet with many published books, came to visit. We learnt one of Neal’s poems called 'Never Eat a Whole Elephant Sandwich' and performed it in the school’s Poetry Slam at the end of the day after lots of rehearsing. Our performance was so brilliant that we came second out of the whole school! Scan the QR code below to watch a video of our performance!