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Welcome to Summer Term 6


We hope you have all had a lovely break over half term and enjoyed the beautiful sunshine. For those who are working at home, we will continue to add the weekly/daily plans in the same format as last term. We would love to receive a brief, weekly email from you with one or two photos to add to the class page if you wish.


Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.


Mrs Kelly, Mrs Gomme and Miss Gent smileysmileysmiley


Our topic for the Summer Term is:





Please choose either the daily or weekly planning format to follow.

The following websites provide additional/alternative ideas for home learning:


Science Activities

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                     Maths Problem of the Day

Weekly Maths Quiz

Word of the Day


Year One Story Time!

Previous Stories:


Katie's Picture Show

The Owl who was afraid of the Dark 


Eat Your Peas!

I Don't Want to go to Bed! 

Sea of Riddles

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch

Little Bean's Friend

Toby's Funfair Fish

Little Rex

Winnie and Wilbur Under the Sea

The Reef Cup

Bravest Fish

Where is Shelly's Hat?


Aliens Love Underpants

Toffee's New Friend

A Hole at the Bottom of the Sea

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch (Mrs Gomme)

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch

Sharing a Shell

Kipper the dog - The Seaside

Adventure at the Seaside

The Bear's who went to the Seaside


EPA Big Draw

Look at the file below for details about this year's Big Draw. This is an art activity that you can do at home with help from local artist Dionne Freeman.


                                  Internet Safety

Miss Gent’s New Arrivals

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                     18th - 22nd May Competition!


And the winners are:

A really BIG WELL DONE to everyone who has entered the competition. I hear that you have all had lots of fun creating a seagull-proof lunch for Mr Grinling. I have certainly enjoyed looking at photographs, videos and written explanations. I have loved the way that everybody has had such different and creative ideas. This gave me a real dilemma about choosing a winner. I could think of a reason why each entry should win.


I finally decided that every entry is worth a GOLDEN BUTTON!  

Have a look at the photos below and I'm sure you will agree. 

I hope you all have a little rest over half term and enjoy the lovely sunshine that the weather forecast is promising.

Build a Lighthouse Competition!

18th - 22nd May Lighthouse Competition

I would also like to say a great big well done to Yasmin for making a really fantastic lighthouse. You will also receive 5 buttons for your hard work!

Another great big well done to Louie for your super duper lighthouse. You will also receive 5 buttons for your hard work!

Well done as well to Harley for a great lighthouse with Mr Grinling working at the top. You will also receive 5 buttons for your hard work!

Benji has also made an amazing lighthouse. You will also receive 5 buttons for your hard work!


You all look like you had great fun making them!

18th - 22nd May
20th - 24th April:
March 23rd - April 3rd:


Link to Bug Club:


The children should all have received their Bug Club logins and I have allocated suitable books and resources. There are also some activities to support this week's phonics (see weekly learning plan).


Try these fun ways to practise your handwriting:


We build regular real PE lessons into our curriculum. The children find them inclusive, fun and challenging! I hope they will enjoy this opportunity to keep working on their agility, balance and coordination at home:       


real PE at home – online learning resources

real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from this week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months. Here are the details to access real PE at home:

The website address is: 
Parent email:
Password: hanborough


Jigsaw's aim is to equip children to understand who they are, to be healthy and happy and good, caring people.

There is a strong emphasis on emotional well-being and mental health.

Jigsaw also tries to support parents and carers as they help their children grow and develop, and in these difficult times are pleased to offer some activities which we hope you enjoy sharing with your children.

Please visit  for free stories with activities. 

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A taste of Africa!

We enjoyed working with children from other schools at a pirate themed dance festival.

We enjoyed working with children from other schools at a pirate themed dance festival. 1

Class teachers are:

Mrs Kelly (Monday - Thursday)

Mrs Gomme (Friday)

Teaching Assistant: Miss Gent 


As a school, we will be focusing on the environment this year. We will be thinking about ways in which we can become carbon neutral by 2050. 

General routines and information


Please ensure book bags are brought to school every day. These should contain current reading books and a reading diary.It is important that you hear your child read regularly and comment or sign their reading diaries.


The children will also need a water bottle and outdoor shoes in school each day.


 We would encourage P.E. kits to be brought into school on a Monday with all items clearly named, and taken home to be washed on a Friday. 


Please take the time to review our uniform guidance on the parent.


Useful Websites:


Phonics                      Maths

Topmarks                                   Topmarks

Phonics Play                              ICT games

ICT games                                 BBC Bitesize