Welcome to Maple Class 2019-20
A letter from Mrs Hughes and Mrs Hudson
Home Learning for Maple Class during school closure
Home Learning for Term 6 Week 6 week beginning 6th July
This week we're going on safari in a Tanzanian counting story. The video has wonderful music and we learn how to count in another language!
Home Learning for Term 6 Week 5 week beginning June 29th
This week our book is Oliver's Vegetables. It's a lovely story about a boy making some new discoveries in his granddad's garden. Week 5's activity sheets are in your home learning pack.
Home Learning for Term 6 Week 4 week beginning June 22nd
Hello, we're thinking about the story of Handa's surprise this week. If you have picked up your home learning pack there is a plastic pocket with week 4's activity sheets inside. The home learning packs can be picked up from the school office. If it is difficult for you to pick up your pack please phone the office and we will post or deliver the pack to you.
Home Learning for Term 6 Week 3 week beginning June 15th
Hi everyone! Hope you are all well. This week we are sharing the story - Funny bones. You might know this story already. I have planned some super activities that link with this story. Also, if you are continuing to learn at home, we have put together another home learning pack of activities for you to use for the next 3 weeks (weeks 3,4,5). I will put plans here for weeks 4 and 5 at the end of next week. If you are coming back to school on Monday 15th June we look forward to seeing you. Remember to bring in your water bottle and a coat. Please leave your toys and books at home to keep them safe :)
Home Learning for Term 6 Weeks 1 and 2 week beginning June 1st
Hello again! I've chosen one of my favourite books for the next 2 weeks. If you try these activities or think of your own fun activities to do remember to share them with me on Tapestry.
Home Learning for Term 5 Weeks 4 and 5 week beginning May 11th
Following on from our pirate theme we'll look at boats and their features. The plans include some design technology and science activities.
Home learning for Term 5 Week 3 week beginning May 4th
The theme this is Pirates - have fun and if you think of your own ideas then share them with me on Tapestry.
Home learning for Term 5 Week 2
The home learning packs may keep you busy for next couple of weeks.
below are some other suggested activities you may enjoy having a go at.
Home learning for Term 5 Week 1 2020
Hello everyone in Maple Class,
I've been thinking of you all and hope that you are keeping safe and well. I have loved to see some of the activities that you have been busy doing over the last few weeks. Do keep uploading your photos and videos on Tapestry.
I have been busy taking my dog for walks and doing lots of digging in my garden. I have planted some seeds and I look forward to watching them grow!
I have also enjoyed reading some story books. I hope that you have all been doing some reading too!
Below are some activities that you may enjoy doing to keep you busy next week. I will enjoy hearing and seeing how you get on with them.
Big hugs from Mrs Lawton :)
Home Learning for Term 4 2020
Autumn Term 2019
The children in Reception class have settled in brilliantly. They have been learning the new routines and are already becoming independent in some activities such as putting on their coats and wellies. The children are making new friends and developing their confidence. This term we are finding out about ourselves and looking for signs of Autumn as well as having time to following our own interests.
Spring Term 2020
During Terms 3 and 4 we have been sharing some traditional tales which have included Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks and the Three Bears. We have been learning about the world around us; observing changes and growth. We’ve shared books with our Year 6 reading buddies and still had lots of opportunities to follow our own interests.
Visit to Court Farm
We had a fabulous time learning about farm animals and the farmer's job. We met some new people on the farm and listened carefully to all the information they told us. We helped to feed some of the animals and learnt how to keep ourselves safe on the farm. We saw some lambs that had been born earlier that morning.