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Our school is a unique, happy and special place. Within the heart of the community, it is where children feel safe, loved and supported as they grow and develop into confident and successful individuals. We believe that an outstanding education is the single most important factor in ensuring success in life and we are relentless in the pursuit of this. We expect the highest level of engagement from all who share in our vision of 'beyond expectation'.

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Thursday 25th June 2020

Good morning Titan!



Can you Pop See Ko? Join in with Koo Koo Kanga Roo!



Start with 10 minutes of Times Tables Rock Stars.


Answer the question below in your Home Learning Journal.



When I went into a classroom earlier this week a child rushed up to tell me she was 8 that day.

This challenge is about finding a variety of ways of asking questions which make 8.


You might think of 6 + 2, or 22 - 14 or...


However, try to create examples that use all the different mathematical ideas that you know about.

Perhaps you could challenge yourself to find ways of making 8 that you think no-one else will have thought of.

If you are not 8 years old, you might like to use your age instead of 8.


This week's spellings are below. Write each word THREE times and then use each one in a sentence.



Listen to the story on this link


After you’ve listened to the story, answer the questions below:


  1. Why didn’t Camilla want to let others know that she liked lima beans?
  2. How does Camilla feel when the other children laugh at her?
  3. Do you think the other children are bullying Camilla? Why/Why not?
  4. What do you think of the phone call the headteacher makes to Camilla’s parents?



Improve these boring setting sentences by adding interesting adjectives and changing verbs.


The bedroom had a bed, two chairs and a table.

There were books and some pencils on the shelf.

The lane wound its way between two hedges.

She entered the forest.

He walked down the street.

The cave was dark.

They climbed into the tree.

There was a boat moored to the bank.

A boy has joined our class.

I found a map in the box.

The mouse ran round in circles and then fell.

Staying safe in the sun

There’s nothing better than when it is nice and sunny! Catching some rays is good for us too.  It is our primary source of vitamin D, which helps us get stronger bones. However, it is important to stay safe in the sun.


Slip on a long sleeve shirt when you are outside in the sun

Slap on a wide brimmed hat to protect your face and back of your neck

Slop on some sunscreen.  Use a sunscreen with an SPF rating of 30 or higher, and put on sunscreen 15 to 20 minutes before going out in the sun.

Drink lots of water. When the weather is hot, it’s important to drink lots of water because this will help your body to cool down.

If you start to get too hot - stay in the shade.


Design a poster showing other people how to stay safe in the sun.