Home Learning

Firstly we would like to thank you all for your support, kind words and efforts with home learning during these difficult and unprecedented times. 

We as a staff are fully aware of the challenges that could face our children who have not had the opportunity to return to school before September.  Throughout the last few months, we have worked hard to prepare learning and packs to help our hard working pupils to continue to learn whilst not at school.

As the summer holidays approach, we understand that many of your children may want to access some learning materials across this time.  There will be no compulsory homework set over summer, however, as a staff, we have collated a wealth of online accessible learning platforms that we hope you find useful should you wish to do further learning during the holidays.


MATHS    (a fantastic site with video and worksheets to support)


ENGLISH (Y5/6 only) (KS2)


We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support with ‘Teams’. Over the summer term, we have successfully trialled the use of Microsoft Teams with Year 2, Year 3, Year 4 and some Year 5 children. Over the summer holidays, we will not being using ‘Teams’ and accounts will be suspended until September. This new system will play a pivotal role for school in September and this trial has proved useful in identifying how it can be used in school to promote learning and good outcomes.



Please click on the link below to access the home learning overview for Term 6. Maths, English and phonics tasks will be added to Tapestry at the start of each week.

Thank you for your continued support. I hope that you are all well!

Mrs Moseley


Term 5 Curriculum overview - Summer/Water


Please click on the links below to access our home learning overview and curriculum letter for Term 5. 

I hope that you are all keeping safe and well. Thank you for your continued hard work and support. I hope to see you all soon! 

Mrs Moseley

Term 5 Curriculum overview - Minibeasts

Term 5 Curriculum Letter


Home Learning Useful Websites


Kind Regards

Mrs Moseley

SPRING TERM (2) 2020

This term we will be thinking about Julia Donaldson stories with our new topic. We hope that the weather will enabe us to spend more time outside as we explore different habitats and think about living creatures. Have a look at our curriculum letter to see what this term has in store...


Week 4 is all about 'Room on the Broom'. Pop back and see what we get up to!

Week 3 was all about 'Night Monkey, Day Monkey'. We wrote letters to the monkeys to tell them about night and day time, created our own beautiful day and night landscapes and used the electrical equipment to make simple circuits.


In week 2, we thought about Stick Man and even made our own stick people. We ordered his pictures by size and read lots of Julia Donaldson stories to see which one was our favourite!


In week 1, we thought about the story of the Gruffalo and set up our very own 'Deep dark Woods' Cafe. We painted our own gruffalos to decorate it and thought about how we could describe a gruffalo to somebody who had never seen one!




SPRING TERM (1) 2020

And all of a sudden it is 2020 and we have another exciting term at school ahead of us! This term we will be thinking about all things 'fairytale', from Goldilocks to the Gingerbread Man. Check out our curriculum letter to find out what we will be up to...


 For the final week of our topic, we thought about the story of 'The Jolly Postman' and investigated how our letters are delivered. We took a trip to Leasingham Post Office and sent ourselves a letter!


In week 5 we thought about 'The Gingerbread Man'. As well as baking, and eating, gingerbread people of our own the story inspired some lovely creative work!

Last week we planted our own bean seeds after reading the story of 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. We wonder how tall they will grow...



In week 3 we thought about the story of 'Little red Riding Hood' and we designed baskets to hold the food we were taking to Granny. We had to include a handle and a lid to keep everything safe!


This week we have been thinking about the story of the 3 Little Pigs. We went for a walk around school to look at how many different types of houses we could see. We thought about what they were made of and whether they were new or old.

We used the loose parts to design a house of our own.


We started our term by thinking about the story of Goldilocks and had great fun making porridge, just like Mummy Bear did!



AUTUMN TERM (2) 2019

Here we are, back and 'raring to go', ready for the most exciting term of the year. We have got lots to look forward to over the next few weeks, ending with the excitement of Christmas and our first school nativity play. Click on the link below to take a look at our curriculum letter...


AUTUMN TERM (1) 2019

  Welcome to York Class! 

This year we have welcomed 30 happy, smiling children into our class! We are busy getting to know each other and our new school environment. Click on the link below to take a look at our curriculum letter to see what we will be up to over the next few weeks...





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