Guidance on home learning

Welcome to Maple Class closure page.
Hello everyone. We hope this message finds you safe and well. It is unfortunate that we have had to close our class bubble but the attached pages will keep your child busy over the next, what would be, school days. Each day has an English and maths activity along with resources to support your child's learning. Where we would like to see a piece of work in order to monitor your child's progress and give feedback, you will see the activity highlighted with @ PLEASE EMAIL. As you will remember the last time we were in this situation, you were able to photograph work and email it through or email through work on Google docs or Word etc. We will continue to use this method for work which we would like to see however feel free to send anything else you have been up to!
Alongside the organised activities, please keep going on Times Tables Rockstars and continue to practise the set spellings on Spelling Frame. We have set a new guided reading text on Bug Club, this week we will be reading chapters 1,2 and 3 of 'A tale of Two Poggles'. We have also set an extra text for you to read if you like, 'Porpoises in Peril' will give you a bit of a headstart with our work on habitats in science when we return to school. Busy Things also has an abundance of activities across the curriculum so make good use of that too. Remember to have regular breaks in between your learning to give your brain a bit of a rest - it will need it! I can recommend activities found on:  to keep your child active at home during this time. 
Mr Carr will be reading a chapter of 'The Outlaw Varjak Paw' each day and uploading this to our Google Classrooms page, I know a lot of you were looking forward to finding out what becomes of Varjak and Sally Bones!
If you have any problems with the attached work, whether it be sending it or accessing it or for any questions, please email Mr Carr at:
We look forward to seeing all your hard work and seeing you all again very soon.
Take care and stay well,
Amy Smith  & James Carr