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Current Homework

Each week during the closure, your child will be set reading, spelling and mathematics tasks for Monday to Wednesday and Thursday to Sunday.   We have also set lots of battles on Times Table Rockstars and we have challenged each of you to a battle against us!  See the tasks below:



There will also be  project based activities for you to choose from. These will be posted on the class page and  some resources to support you.  There is also a writing calendar on the main 'classes' page, full of lovely writing ideas for you to give a go.


We have loved seeing your children's work, please keep sending through pictures of what you have been up to!  

You can contact us at: Miss Hopkins:      

                                   Miss Mole:       


We hope you are keeping safe and well!


Kindest Regards

Miss Hopkins and Miss Mole



Easter Project Ideas:


This week's activities are all about Easter and Spring.  Have a go at some and send us what you have been up to!


  • Can you make an Easter card for someone you haven't seen for a while - it could be an aunt, uncle, grandparent or even one of your school friends!  (I especially like this pop-up chick card!


  • Use YouTube to remind yourself of the Easter story then recreate it as a comic strip, diary entry or a film/freeze frame and you could send them to us on Showbie!  You could even have a go at making your own Easter paintings like we looked at the other week.  



  • Could you write a Spring themed poem?  Maybe about Easter, rabbits, chicks, daffodils or the sunny weather we have!  See what you can spot outside!  

    • A shape poem (where the words are written in the shape of what you're writing about)
    • An acrostic poem (where the topic word is written vertically and each line stars with a letter from the word). 
    • A tanka poem (we wrote these for Harvest do you remember?  The lines follow a pattern with 5, 7, 5, 7, 7 syllables in each line)
    • Any other style of poetry you know!



  • Have a look at this picture on Pobble 365 and see if you can continue the story.  Is it Alice in Wonderland or will you adapt it to be your own story?  Feel free to send us your stories and I'm sure we will enjoy reading them!  






Tune into Live Maths Lessons from Gareth Metcalfe.  They will be streamed at 9am for Y3/4 and 10am for Y5/6.  All information and videos / live lessons will be posted here:


Mathematics Mastery has also designed home learning packs with parent guides for each year group.


Maths with Parents has also opened up all its resources for free. Here is the link:


Topmarks has lots of different maths games, including times tables practice.  By the end of Y3, they should know their 2x, 5x, 10x, 3x, 4x, 8x



Fun Activities


Ever thought of what you may have 100 of around the house?!  Click the link below to try to some fun play ideas.



Freemantles have lots of resources to support the children while they are learning at home.







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