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Class 5 - Home Learning - Friday 17th July

Good Morning Class 5,

Today is your last day of 'school'. It was wonderful to see so many of you join in with the class video meeting this week.Although our time together in the classroom has been much shorter than any of us had hoped, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you. Even in the short time you were part of my class it was wonderful to watch you grow in your learning. I saw children who felt they would always struggle with handwriting develop improving styles of their own. I witnessed those who struggled to start the first sentence of a story craft incredible and imaginative pieces. I saw children applying their understanding of maths in problems that, to begin with, seemed impossible. Most of all, I saw a class with a love of learning, we had fun no matter the work we were undertaking.

I am proud of each and everyone of you. Whether you feel it yet or not, are ready for year 6.

All the best and I look forward to seeing you in the new school year,

Mr Redmond

Download Year 3 to Year 5 Learning-Project-TRANSITION

Bite Size

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted, such as the Oak National Academy. Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload.

Maths:   The big quiz

English:   Bitesize Daily Book Club

Wider Curriculum: Cook pancakes on the hob

Oak National Academy


Shared Work




All the best,


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