Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Long Melford Church of England

Cordell Road, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9ED     01787 379929


Summer Term Learning Themes


Our Wonderful Village


Recent Class Successes

Lots of people have moved up to the high levels on our 'Times Tables Challenge'.  Lots of the class have been making a real effort to learn the facts that they don't know.  Make sure you show your families when you take them home!  We are now moving on to the division facts.


Josh won a tennis tournament last weekend.  Well Done.

Current home learning - important information

Have a look at the e-books I have put on our page.


Reading every day.  Make sure your reading record sheet is signed.  Thank you.  Remember to have a story then an information book.

Record the maths games you play on the sheet.

Write a maths challenge and give to Mr M.



Becoming a powerful learner theme for the half term

Powerful Learners are reflective

Powerful Learners are great members of any team

Current key research questions


What old buildings can you see in Long Melford?

What road names do you know in Long Melford?




Home learning - website links.




                                                Maths Weekly Home Learning.   Wednesday 3rd July

1.  Times tables = 3  4  5.  Extension =  Learn the division tables that go with these.

2. Skill = Counting forwards and backwards in steps of 10.   134, 144, 154, 164....

3. Interactive game of the week =


Thanks for your efforts with the maths challenges.  Please feel very free to keep learning the skills all week, so that you have lots of chance to develop them.  Ask a grown up to make you a new challenge based on the ones here.


Maths Homelearning = Try and read through / learn some of the times tables each day.   You need to know all of them (or as many as possible) by the time you start Year 5.

Mr Moulton and

Mrs Tonks' Class


Last updated


Word Puzzle

Well done to all the class for our outside day.  Our visitors in the morning were impressed by the children's enthusiasm with the bulb planting.  I was really pleased with the brilliant pieces of art (inspired by Andy Goldsworthy) that the children produced in the afternoon.


Vocabulary Connectives Openers Punctuation


Word to include in your talking and writing.



Our Wonderful Village

These questions should give you a flavour of the learning we will be doing in class.

Powerful Learners

What are my strengths as a member of different teams?

How can reflecting help me to improve further?

Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning.

What different relationships do we have in our lives?

How do I cope when different changes occur in my life?


What was life like for poor people during Tudor times?

How can we use different types of evidence to find out about the past?


How can I write a diary extract from the viewpoint of a sailor in the Elizabethan era?


Can I visualise 3d objects from 2d drawings?  Can I make nets of common solid shapes?

Can I tell the time on digital and analogue clocks and use them to solve word problems?


What substances dissolve in water?

How can we separate soil and water





We love all of the new folders you have for your Reading Records.  Please make sure they have your names on them so they can easily be handed out!





Our lessons will be on Friday mornings, so please remember to bring your flute.

Try a milk bottle!

Two tone tooting

Greg Patillo

Maths Memory Gym


1.  4, 500

Class Book -Sport is Fun Class Book - Sports Poems


Paper copies for costumes sent home today.























Kentwell Money for flapjacks, biscuits or peaches.

75p = 1 old pence

£1.50 = half groat

£2.25 = thruppence

£3 = 1 groat

Costume Notes General Costume Notes Girls Girls' Hat Costume Notes Boys Boys' Hat How to make a Cupstring Tudor Phrase Book_0 Kentwell Video Kentwell Video Interactive Maths Games

Check with an adult BEFORE you watch the video clips.

Trapped Sentences Book - The personality potion

The word to tell Mr M or Mrs T = man of ginger

Interactive Reading and Writing

And finally...


Remember to keep reading fiction and non fiction