Long Melford Church of England

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


 Primary School


Summer Term Learning Themes

                       Life Cycles



Current home learning - important information


Reading every day.  


Every week - Learning our Times Tables.


Monday = New spellings given for test the following Monday                                          


                Homework to be handed in


Friday =    Homework handed out


Any problems then please ask for our help ASAP.  

Becoming a powerful learner theme for the term

Powerful Learners Explore and Investigate.

Powerful Learners Experiment and Explain.


Mr Fossett &

Mrs Price

Tigers Class

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.

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


Powerful Learners

How can you explore and investigate unknown things?!

What skills do you use when you are experimenting with something?


Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning.

What goals do you have for this term?

What goals do you have for your year 6?



We are investigating the Life Cycle of a plant.



We are exploring the genre of science fiction.



We are concentrating on problem solving this half term.



We are increasing our understanding of Christianity and particular of the Eucharist.



We are thinking about Thankfulness.



Remember to bring your Home Folder to school each day.  Keep your reading records, maths home learning and other important bits in it.  You are welcome to organise it in the best way for you.



Future class events.


Zoo Trip


Play : Mid Summer

                      Night's Dream

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


Interactive Reading and Writing


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