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Class 2f

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We will miss you all. Stay safe and keep smiling.

Mrs French and Mrs Bullen


World Book Day 2020 - your last photos together.

Find this week's home learning using the links below:

Updated 17th July

Online Safety and PSHE Home Learning

Please continue to:

  • Read at least three times a week
  • Practise your times tables
  • Learn the year 5/ 6 spellings in the front of your spelling books


Also, don't forget:

  • Active Learn Primary – for Maths 
  • Times Table Rock Stars - for Times Tables
  • Sumdog (maths, spelling and reading) - email me for your login details
  • Arnold Mill website – MFL (under ‘Children’) for French activities


While we are not at school, if you need any help with understanding something, or if you need more things to do, just send me an email (email address above or use the contact form below); this can be anything you may need - however small it may feel to you.

Non-screen ideas

If you're happy for your child to be on our class page, please email me photos of your child learning at home and we can keep in touch with each other.

Please feel free to email me with any questions while we are closed.

Termly Overview Autumn 2019

Termly Overview Spring 2020

A few reminders...

  • Tuesdays and Fridays are our PE days.
  • Reading homework is to read their book banded books 3 times per week. An adult must sign their diary so that they earn a Green Card. The children change their own books once they have read them. They also get to choose a free reader so they can vary what they read. 
  • Spellings and spelling homework is given (and tested) every week on Fridays.
  • Maths homework is to learn all times tables that are not already known. If you know all of them to 12x12, start on the next ones i.e. 13, 14, 15 times table etc. (don't forget the 25 times table which is a very useful one!).
  • Children will need both trainers and school shoes on days when they wish to use the MUGA.



This term we are learning about Hip-Hop and focusing on the song The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

The children will have the opportunity to learn about the structure of the song, learn how to sing it, and be able to put their own musical accompaniment to it.


Below there are links to the lyrics and the original song on YouTube.

Lyrics for The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

What's going on in the world?

Stay up to date with what is happening around you with these helpful websites. 

Newsround is great for finding out about the major issues affecting us nationally and internationally.



Singing Assembly


In Singing Assembly we have been learning Stand Up and Shine (written by Steve McGill) from the Poppy Rocks album.

Please find below the song lyrics and the YouTube link to the song.

Stand Up and Shine lyrics

                                 Summer Term Learning