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Maple Class Timetable for Week Beginning 18th October (revised)

Water cycle diagrams to label - remember you could draw your own!

Tuesday 19th October

Remember that Mrs Denley is not in school today but she would like you to select questions from the Maths and English challenge cards below.  (If you need to finish your newspaper report then do this instead.) If you still have time, then there are some Reading Comprehensions further down the page and you can also practise your spellings and times tables using Edshed or TTRS.  Don't forget to read! Have a great day and see you soon!

Computing for Tuesday 19th October


This is the last week of our introduction to Scratch! This time, I would like you to work through the tutorials in the project linked here: 

It will show you how to make an interactive scene, where the sprites do different things when you click on them. When you've made your scene, could you add another sprite or create a different scene that is interactive? Have fun and I hope to see you after half term! - Mr Stradling


For Monday's English lesson you will need Resource 7a today (speech bubbles)


We are going to be doing some Autumnal art this afternoon - join is for our lesson.  If you have any wax crayons and watercolours at home, have these ready.  If not, just have some colouring pencils or pens at the ready as well as some plain paper.


Mental Maths practice/fluency:

Breaking news! Great link to short and fun video maths games to play at home and at school! Click on the link below!

Maths Snacks Videos (


Your logins for Spelling Shed also allow you access to MathShed. On the games option, there are some great key skill games which include Number bonds, times tables, etc. Please have a look. 

Topmarks is also a great free site for all areas of Maths and learning is via games.




I have added some reading bookmarks below to support parents in asking their child questions about the book or text that he/she is reading. There are some useful question starters on them, and these are questions that your child is used to being asked in school.


You are now logged onto and have access to online books whenever you want! I have not allocated books but can see how often you are enjoying the books on there.

In addition to this, the BBC have just created a virtual library giving children free book access via