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Miss Korotania & Miss Dor

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School Closures


We hope that you are all keeping safe in these unprecedented times. During the closure of the school, it is important that your child continues to actively learn from home. It is crucial that reading for pleasure and practising times tables is incorporated into the daily routine. As a result, we have attached some work and useful websites below to support home learning.



Online Safety 


During lockdown, you may be finding that your children are spending an increased amount of time accessing the internet on their electronic devices . This may be for online learning, communicating with their friends or playing games. Please be mindful that you are fully aware of what exactly it is that they are accessing. This is to ensure they are not communicating with strangers or accessing content that is inappopriate for their age. In short, we want your children to stay safe and happy online. 


If you would like more information on how to talk to your children about online safety and to understand the risks, please click on the links below. 





Speak out. Stay safe. Virtual Assembly

Welcome to our virtual 'Speak out. Stay Safe.' assembly! This session will be led by the wonderful Sally from our Schools Service, and features special guest appearances from Ant and Dec, David Walliams & Children and Families Minister Vicky Ford MP.

PE with. JOE

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Topic - Summer 2


Our topic for this term is Our European Neighbours 


Lesson Ideas


  • To locate Europe on a world map and find out about its features.
  • To write an information leaflet on a European Capital City.
  • To compare and contrast British and European Cuisine. (This could lead on to cooking the national dishes)
  • To research the European Song Contest.
  • To create a piece of Art inspired by Leonardo da Vinci (drawing, painting, sculpture).
  • To read a play by William Shakespeare.
  • To play competitive sports inspired by the 'European Games'. 





Talk for Writing

The Borrowers: Episode One