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  • 28/09/20

    Week 4 - we got through assessments!

    Welcome to week 4 (yes it looks like we skipped a week but we didn't I promise, we have moved from telling you what happened last week to what is happening this week)
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  • 20/09/20

    Week 2 - hot air balloons.

    Week preview and home learning 21/09/20
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  • 14/09/20

    Maple Class 2020/2021

    Welcome to the new Maple Class! 2020/2021
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  • 21/07/20

    Aaban's Lockdown Poem

    Aaban, we love the way you used your experience of Lockdown to create this poem. 
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  • 20/07/20

    Summer Challenges!

    We would like to say a massive thank you to all the children who completed and sent in daily challenge work.  To keep you busy and get you ready for Year 4, we have put together some Reading, Maths and Summer Fun challenges.  To find these challenges, follow this link. 
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  • 16/07/20

    Friday Challenge: 17th July

    Look at this diagram. How many different routes can you find from A to B? Calculate the value of each route. For example: 13 + 43 + 71 = 127 What is the route with the lowest value? What is the route with the highest value? EXTENSION: Can you design a diagram with slightly...
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  • 16/07/20

    Albie's Monday Challenge

    Well done Albie.  We love all the different 3D shapes you created with modelling clay and straws. 
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  • 16/07/20

    Thursday Challenge: 16th July

    Consider and discuss this philosophical question: Could a robot replace a: teacher police officer fire fighter parent brother/sister farmer pilot judge librarian factory worker   Why? Why not?  
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  • 14/07/20

    Wednesday Challenge: 15th July

    Learn to Tie Knots 1. Square Lashing This is useful for attaching sticks together to make mobiles, swords, frames, stars and so on. 2. Clove Hitch Use this knot to attach a rope to a fixed post to make a washing line or similar. Use this knot to start a square lashing or simply to at...
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  • 13/07/20

    Tuesday Challenge: 14th June

    Create a piece of writing inspired by this short film. 
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  • 13/07/20

    Monday Challenge: 13th July

    Skeleton Shapes   Skeleton shapes are made with balls of modelling clay and straws. This shows a cube and a skeleton cube: How many balls of modelling clay and how many straws does it take to make the cube? Here are some piles of modelling clay balls and straws: Look a...
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