Good morning everyone. Today is officially your  last day as a member of Chipmunk class!

It has been an interesting year at school and unfortunately we have missed many weeks of being at school and learning together. However, we did have the privilege of working with you and your parents for 7 months during your first year in full time education and you have all grown and learnt so much – we are very proud of each and every one of you.

As usual we would like you to work on one reading, one writing and one maths activity from your home learning packs. You can continue to do this on some or everyday during the Summer holidays if you would like to.

For our very last activity together I would like you to make a poster about your time in Chipmunk class. It would be great if it could have a picture of you on it and your name written in your very best writing. The rest is up to you! Maybe you could write about or draw who your friends are, what activities you like the best, what you have learnt this year or a funny memory. We would love to see them when you come back in Year 1.

I have been saving some of my favourite stories by one of my favourite authors to share with you today. They are all to do with mini beasts. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.


Daily challenge 19.7.20 – For our last challenge together I would like you to sing and dance along to the song below. It is to celebrate all the good times we have shared together in Chipmunk class 🙂


We will miss you all over the holidays but will see you all again at school when you come back into Year 1 in September. Thank you for being such a wonderful class. Stay safe and happy, love from Miss Holland, Mrs Risby, Miss Sault, Mrs Thornton and Miss Kerrison x










Art Competition

More details here

The Speaker’s Summer Competition 2020






To the wonderful Koala class,

Today will be the last day that I post work on to the website for you and from September we look forward to welcoming you all back to school where you will be entering your new Year 2 class!

It has been my pleasure to teach you all this year, unfortunately we haven’t been able to end our school year in the way we had hoped but I will look forward to popping into school and saying hello once you’re settled! Year 2 is a wonderful year with lots of engaging learning that challenges your brains to grow even bigger!

Summer Math’s booklet

Year 1 Summer Maths Activity Booklet

Summer English booklet

Year 1 Summer English Activity Booklet


Over the holidays, I challenge you to continue to practise the 2, 5 and 10 times tables to become more accurate and quicker! Once you’ve mastered these you could go onto learning the 3 times tables!


I hope that you all have a super summer and stay safe!
Mrs Brooks





Your last spelling quiz of the term!

Log into EdShed and complete an activity. Remember to complete both spelling and Maths activities. There will be regular assignments to complete over the summer holidays too so keep logging in and practising.

Don’t forget you can also find activities to complete on the BBC Bitesize website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zmyxxyc/year-3-and-p4-lessons

and also on Espresso: https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/what-we-offer/discovery-education-espresso. Your log in details should be at the front of your yellow book.

I have really enjoyed teaching you this year and I am really sad that we weren’t able to complete the year with us all in school learning and having fun together! I hope that you all have a lovely and safe summer! Remember to keep reading and practising your Maths and spelling skills as well as relaxing.

Here are some activities you could do over the Summer:

Year 3 Summer Booklet – Maths

Year 3 Summer English Activity Booklet

Have Fun! Stay Safe!

Miss Coles 🙂




Monday 20th July

Good morning, Lions.

It’s the last day of Year 4. We have had a short year, not starting together until the end of September, and then with coronavirus causing us to go into lockdown, but I have enjoyed teaching you all and have missed you.

Over the holidays, my challenge to you is to keep practising the times tables so you become more accurate and quicker. This will help your maths in Year 5.


Read, Write Inc

Continue to follow the online lessons. Click on the youtube lessons.





You can find the books here




Orange group



Green, Blue and Purple groups





Some maths challenges to finish the term.


Orange group



Green, Blue and Purple groups





There are some ideas for writing here. Make sure you check with your adult if you want to submit your work.

The Quick-Fire Write! (KS2)



If you want some art activities for over the holiday, have a look here.



I hope you all have a lovely summer. Remember to stay safe and keep following the rules.

See you in September, when you will be in Year 5!

Miss P x





More amazing mini beast work :)

Nigel would like to send greetings to everyone and share some of the work he has been up to this week.

Well done Nigel. You have produced some fab work. I am very proud of you 🙂




Fabulous work on mini beasts :)

Nuno and his family have been working very hard this week. They would like to share some pictures with you.

Well done Nuno, I am very proud of all the hard work you are doing at home 🙂





Good morning boys and girls, Mums, Dads and carers,

It is nearly the end of our year together in Reception. After today I will be posting one more time on Monday and then it is the Summer holidays!

As always work on a game or task from your home learning packs, one reading, one writing and one maths.

For our work on mini beasts today we are going to be thinking about caterpillars and butterflies. Did you know that caterpillars turn into butterflies? They go through a very clever change called metamorphosis (it is a very hard word to say). I have a video for you to watch about this.

I have an activity for you to do today on the life cycle of a butterfly. You will need to click on the link below and print out page 1. You then need to cut out the pictures and stick them in the correct places to make the life cycle of a butterfly. If you can not print it out you can always draw the pictures yourself.


Daily challenge 17.7.20 – Learn and sing a song the song below about the life cycle of a butterfly.






Good morning Koalas,

IMPORTANT: I will continue to monitor children’s progress through the Edshed, please can I ask that you all regularly log on to the Edshed app to access the spelling and Math online learning that I have set.

Please find below a link to Oak National Academy that provides an online learning platform for various different lessons across subjects for children in Year 1:






English: Use your detective skills to find out the answers to the questions about this text.



Daily challenge: 

What sports do you like doing? What do you like about them?


Mrs Brooks




Transition: Day 5

Friday is here! You only have today and Monday left of your primary school lives!

It is important, as you get ready to move on, that you remember what superstars you are SO I want you to use this star, or draw your own, and put your name in the middle. Then, in each of the points of the star, I want you to write something about you that makes you special and the star that you are.

Here is your link for your daily lessons: