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Summer Term II-Week 6-Week Beginning 1st June

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Dear Parents,

We hope you and your families were able to spend some lovely time relaxing in the sunshine over the half-term break. 

Home/School Contact: Please do not hesitate to speak with us if you have any queries or would like advice/support with any aspect of the guided home learning programme. We are here to work with and support you as well as your child. Please do as much or as little as you feel appropriate.


Maths: As White Rose Maths is in partnership with the BBC Bitesize Daily, the children can access the worksheets from the website given below. Kindly let the parents know that they can access for daily videos and for daily worksheets. Some extra tasks are also added for the children to challenge themselves. Mymaths tasks are also uploaded weekly. As requested by the children, some additional tasks are also provided to help them revise the topics.

English: The daily tasks designed are to ease the transition into home learning and has a daily tasks to enable the children to write and complete their work independently. The flow of lessons is given with the timetable. Grammar tasks are also uploaded weekly on

RE- This week children will know that Pentecost is a Christian festival that is celebrated 50 days after Easter. They will also learn about some of the symbolism associated with  the Holy Spirit.

Science: This half term children will learn about Light and this week they will recognise why we need light in order to see things and that darkness is the absence of light.

Humanities: This week children will learn about human and physical geography and plan perspectives to recognise landmarks and basic human and physical features; devise a simple map; and use and construct basic symbols in a key. For more information children can log on to

We want your support in encouraging independent reading and in engaging in your child’s reading. Kindly try to build this into your daily routine and have a quiet, comfortable space your child (and you) can read in. The children may use the school notebooks to complete the task. They may also use their own notebook. We would be delighted if they can complete the daily tasks, but if they cannot, we completely understand.

Best Wishes

Mrs Poddar, Mrs Gallaghar and Mrs Williams