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Mrs E Jarvis ( Class teacher) and Mr Moreton (Teaching Assistant)
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Thursday 21st July 2021


Summer Holidays 2021 - Epinay


Wednesday 21st July


Create a memory wall of all the things that you have already accomplished and all that you have done. On the other side it will be a dream wall so place things that side that you want to achieve in the next week, month or even years in advance.

Think really carefully about what you do want to achieve and what you hope to be successful in.




Tuesday 20th July


 You are going to create your own time capsule – include items from this year that have made it different eg face mask, hand sanitiser etc and write a letter to a stranger or to yourself if you plan on digging it up in a few years time. Discuss all of the ways that this year has had an impact on you, how you have felt, what you haven’t been able to do, what it has made you appreciate more etc.


Then find a container and bury it (with your parent/guardian’s permission.)





Monday 19th July 2021
Good morning team, today during Literacy I would like you to write a letter to somebody who is just starting out at Coppice. Tell them of all the great things that you have been able to complete; anything about the teachers; the opportunities that they are about to have and all the great memories that you have. You may also want to include some survival hacks etc!
Today in maths, have a go at completing the investigation below:
Think about the shapes that you can instantly work out.
In the afternoons you have four choices : PE, Art, ICT or PSHE You will do each one but you can select which you do on each day and teh rest of your time should be spent reading please.
This is all about you coming to terms with teh changes that you are about to go through and allows you time to process this transition. When it says work in groups you could perhaps phone your friends and discuss things that way with someone and share your thoughts and feelings. Just be cause we are isolating doesn't mean you have to be doing it alone!
This will be dependent upon how much space you have at home and please make sure to drink lots as it has been very hot over teh past few days.
Please view the video links below.
There is a circuit training (for those of you who want a good workout)
a yoga video for some calmness for those of you who would prefer to do that.
You all have your purple mash log ins - please continue with the work that we began on blogging - if you need your username and password please let me know in the morning session! Your blog can be on anything appropriate that you have a direct interest in and I very much look forward to reading them!
Throughout this topic, we have been looking at Indian tribes so for art I would like you to attempt to draw/paint a scene from an Indian tribal village.
Tribal Village High Res Stock Images | Shutterstock
Hi everyone, welcome back to the Summer term!
Please make sure you wear your PE kit on the correct days and don't forget: no watches or earrings and your hair must be tied up - thank you.
Literacy We are covering the following genres within our Literacy topic this term:
- The Wild West
- Famous Americans
Oh Freedom!
John Henry tale
We are covering the following skills in Numeracy this term:
The children will be looking at a range of problem solving skills this half term whilst continuously revisiting the four operations and place value.
  • solve problems involving the calculation and conversion of units of measure, using decimal notation up to three decimal places where appropriate
  • solve addition and subtraction multi-step problems in contexts, deciding which operations and methods to use and why
  • use estimation to check answers to calculations and determine, in the context of a problem, an appropriate degree of accuracy
Our topic this half term is North America!

Week 1 : Question

Where in the world is North America?

Week 2: Question

How was North America discovered?

Week 3: Question

Which countries make up North America?

Week 4:  Question

What are the United states of America?

Week 5: Question

Which direction?

Week 6:  Question

New York, New York

Week 7 : Question


Week 8: Question


This year we have incorporated the Learning Passport within a document that recognises children’s achievements in school and the wider community. What is expected in order for children to achieve their ’Ambassador Award’ comes under 4 headings: 
  • Citizenship
  • Relationships
  • Learning
  • Behaviour and conduct
Each section has elements that underpin the values that as a school we hold dear. We believe that learning is something that continues every minute of the waking day and it is important to recognise children’s achievements not only in lessons but beyond. Adults in school will discuss each section with the children and how they can meet the criteria identified; we are hoping that the children will be able to take some ownership of the passport themselves!Have a look at the Ambassador leaflet to find out more and look through 'Steps to Success' passport the Year 6 children will be working through this year to help them achieve their Ambassador Awards!

Kestrels Ambassador Award. What I need to do.  

Here are the dates we have so far for this half term. We will continue to add to them as the half term progresses. Also remember to check your half termly newsletter!