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Maple Class


 Welcome to Maple Class! 

Mr Nash is our teacher and Mrs Prideaux is our Teaching Assistant.

To find out more information about supporting your child/children's mental health regarding COVID-19, please follow the link below to the Young Minds website.



smileyA big half term hello to all Maple Class!smiley


Its half-term...enjoy your week off. Please don't feel you have to complete any of the tasks week commencing 25th May. 

Watch out for some new activities/ideas on June 1st. Watch this space!



Please try to complete SPaG...it's so important for next year.

For those who are interested, BBC Bitesize are producing some great ideas for work to do at home during lockdown. Also try The Oak National Academy which is a scheme supported by the Department of Education. They are uploading lessons every day online.

Try to download and have a go at some SAT papers from satpapers.org like I showed you all before lockdown.

Have a go!


Mr Nash


Please see below information from Sir Thomas Boughey Academy about Year 6 transition activities. Please click each link to find out more. 

English Project

Science Activity

Guess Who 








I have highlighted in yellow the activities I expect to be completed to make it easier for you to find.



year 5/6 spellings


SPaG online test to be completed weekly. I usually set on a Sunday, for completion the following Sunday.


Reading: Reading is extremely important and you should be making time to read each day. Each week, I will put a daily reading activity for you to complete. 


Monday - Complete the comprehension attached to the link. Answers here.

Tuesday - Listen to an audio book. If this is not possible, read a paper book, newspaper or magazine or something else of your choice. You will need to create an account to listen to the audio books.


Wednesday - Download an eBook. If this is not possible, read a paper book, newspaper or magazine or something else of your choice. You will need to create an account to download the eBooks.


Choose the level that is appropriate for your age group.

Thursday - Read a book of your choice to someone in your family.

Friday - Pick a book that you have read this week to write a book review. 



Writing: Each week, I will put a daily writing activity on the website for you to complete in the book you took home. Also, use the Writing Expectations provided in the link above (year 5/6 spellings).

Please see below your activities for the week.


Monday - Write a recount about your weekend. If you are bored with this (!) then start keeping a diary about your experiences.

Tuesday - Complete the activities attached to this link.

Wednesday - Write a story based on the picture from yesterday's link.

Thursday - 

Write a report on the composer Vivaldi. Use the link below to help you with your report:




Friday - Attempt some free writing. Write a letter, diary entry, newspaper, story, etc. Let your imagination run riot!



It is extremely important that you continue to practise your times tables. The activities that will be set will be focused on recapping areas that we have already covered. Use the link attached and spend 25-30 minutes a day completing the small activities. 


Mini Maths:

Go through the weekly activities for your year group. You should be able to find your year group from either of these links. It is there but you may have to search for it!


Note: If myminimaths is not available (owing to high demand on their website), there are lots of materials for all KS2 at http://www.mathsphere.co.uk/resources/MathSphereSampleWorksheets.htm.
Timestables: The first link will bring you to a screen which has 25 questions on.  The second link is games and you can practise specific times tables.


Please see the attached link for your wider world activities and daily exercise













SATs are cancelled this year





Thanks Year 6 for a great 3 days at Standon Bowers. You were fantastic fun to be with!


I hope you all agree that our Ambassadors are doing a wonderful job. Thank you for all you do.



Remember to always be:

Repectful, Ready, Safe



Useful Links:











Below is a page under construction.

Please see below our new and exciting home learning page.

We now offering two options for home learning. We recommend that you follow the Oak Academy scheme, but we will continue to offer our orginal scheme if you prefer.


The Oak Academy learning schedule provides lessons for English, Maths and foundation subjects. They are providing fantastic resources, which include videos and tutorials from over 200 experienced teachers, that are easy to use and backed by the government. See this link for more information for parents (https://www.thenational.academy/information-for-parents-pupils/).

Click the link below for your year group. Find the current week and click on the day to see the work.

Year 5: https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-5#schedule

Year 6: https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-6#schedule

Also, for your times table practice, click here.



Monday - Answer the questions on this text (answers here).

Tuesday - Read your own book (you could read to somebody else).

Wednesday - Complete this reading activity from the BBC website.

Thursday - Read your own book (you could read to somebody else).

Friday - Be creative! You could design a book cover, draw a picture about your reading book, write a character description, write a letter to a character.

Writing (remember to include the skills for your year group)

Monday - Do the activies on this picture (if it asks you to write a story, that is for tomorrow).

Tuesday - Write a story about yesterday's picture.

Wednesday - Choose one English activity from this week's BBC Bitesize page (you can choose any). Click the link to your year group.

Year 5: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

Year 6: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-and-p7-lessons/1

Thursday - Write a report on...

Friday - Free writing. You could write a poem, letter, set of instructions. Anything you like.


My Mini Maths...

Year 5: https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-5-mini-maths/

Year 6: https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-6-mini-maths/

Also, for your times table practice, click here.


Instead of the two schemes above, you can also choose to follow the BBC Bitesize page. There are three activities every day (Maths, English and wider curriculum).

Year 5: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

Year 6: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-and-p7-lessons/1

Here is a link to other websites the government has suggested for home learning. They cover a wide range of areas.

Reading, writing and spelling information

You will also need to continue reading your own book.


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