Thank you for supporting your children during this period of school closures.

Summer Term Home Learning

Each week we will send home a ‘Learning Project’ which has a variety of English and Mathematics core learning tasks. Ideally, one of each of these tasks should be completed daily.  (1 reading, 1 writing, 1 maths and 1 spelling). There are other learning activities to choose from: Art, Music, Science, Computing of which we would recommend choosing 1 per day. Each ‘Learning Project’ also has a theme for example ‘My Family’ which gives your child the chance to do some research and be creative in how they present their learning during the week. Also try to do 1 physical activity per day.

Look at our main ‘Home Learning‘ page for general advice about Home Learning.

Children need to still be reading their books at home every day, and can use Oxford Reading Buddies, online articles and eBooks for additional texts.

White Rose Maths

Here are this week’s maths resources:

Lesson 1 – Litres

Worksheet | Answers

Lesson 2 – Temperature

Worksheet | Answers

Lesson 3 – O’clock and half past

Worksheet | Answers

Lesson 4 – Quarter past and quarter to

Worksheet | Answers

If you would like to do more, please see this list of other activities you could also do:

  • Watch a movie/read a story and write a retell on it
  • Write a set of instructions e.g. for a meal you have prepared with a family member or something you have built
  • Write a story based on one of the short clips or pictures from
  • Create a non-chronological report based on an animal of your choice
  • Write a character description on a character of your choice
  • Set up a pretend shop, give everything a price, calculate how much you need to spend and change
  • Create your own mathematical problems using + –
  • Go on a shape hunt – find 2D and 3D shapes in your house
  • Practise telling the time


Children who have purchased CGP books at home should be using these to access SATs style questions. The majority of those books purchased were the booster books. These are great resources in ensuring your children are maintaining their ability to answer questions correctly and to ensure they don’t forget how teachers have taught them to answer specific questions. Although SATs are no longer going ahead, it is important that the children have this key understanding for their transition into Key Stage 2.

  • Try out some fantastic at home science experiments
  • Create a travel brochure based on one of the countries in the UK
  • Write an information sheet on a country in a different continent

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