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Week 11-Week beginning 6th July, 2020

6th  July, 2020

Dear Parents,

Hope you are all keeping well. Thank you for continuing to embrace the regular routine of structured English and Maths work each day, and we continue to focus on ways in which to engage and stimulate your child’s learning. While it is important to focus on the core subjects, please remind them to take advantage of and complete the tasks on foundation subjects too to ensure they maintain a good balance of academic as well as creative thinking skills. 

Please see the collection of the work sent by our dear children from St Clare. It's in the folder' St Clare's lock down learning'. Thank you parents once again for all your effort in making home learning engaging and a good learning experience.

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. We would be delighted if they can complete the daily tasks, but if they cannot, we completely understand.

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: This week onwards the children will be revisiting and revising the learning some of the maths topic to enable them to deepen their understanding. This week the children will be revising ‘Place Value and Addition and subtraction. The answer keys are also provided; they are either on the next slide or on the notes in the PPT. Mymaths tasks are also uploaded weekly.

English: This week the children will explore ‘Bug Life’ to extend their writing. So try to challenge yourself with using adventurous adjectives and exciting verb choices. Grammar tasks are also uploaded weekly on

RE- This week we start a new topic called "special places". We ask the children to think about places that are special to them and their family.

Topic: This week the children will be looking the history of television and complete a comprehension based it. They will also make a flow chart to display how television has evolved.

Spanish- Revise Numbers 1-10. Do a fun maths activity based on numbers. The key is provided to help you with the problems. Enjoy!

Science: Children will recap the lesson on Plants and will make an information poster on seed dispersal.

Best Wishes

Mrs Poddar, Mrs Gallagher and Mrs Williams