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Class 5 – Home Learning 1st March

Year 6 Independent Maths and English Workbook 1Hello Class 5


I feels really good to be saying the words – ‘this is your LAST WEEK of home learning…..’ 

I don’t know about you, but I am ready to get back to school and am really looking forward to seeing you all.

I’d just like to say a MASSIVE WELL DONE – We are so proud of each and every one of you for all your excellent work, determination and for coping so well under such difficult circumstances. Take a moment to reflect on how brilliantly you have done – and at the same time, say a HUGE thank you to your amazing parents for being your teachers over the past 8 weeks!

You will see that this week there are not as many tasks as usual – this is because it is also WORLD BOOK DAY on Thursday and there are some cool creative tasks that you do as well. (I also thought that you needed a ‘lighter’ week as you prepare to come back to school). 

Weekly Timetable:  Class 5 home learning March 1st


Please see the below English and Maths Independent work booklets. These can be done over a couple of days.

Year 6 Independent Maths and English Workbook 1 (more challenging)

Y5 independent maths and english workbook (mid ability)

Year 4 Independent Maths & English Work Booklet 1 (easier) 



Telephone Stage 4 Comp – Comprehension Pack- easier

Three Star Non-Fiction Pack – Mars Rover – more challenging 




Read through this Pobble365 Story starter and have a go at finishing the story…


World Book Day Activities: 

Reflecting on the things  – activity



Some World Book Day Activities:

KS2 World Book Day Word Search



Can you make your own World Book Day Wordsearch or crossword?



Class 3 Home Learning WB 18.1.21

Hi Class 3 Parents, I hope the first full week of home learning has been a success. The dragon reports have been outstanding, full of imagination, similes and powerful adjectives. Well done on your adding and subtracting along with your science work. This week your literacy work is ‘instructional writing’ called How to Trap a… Continue Reading