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Class 7

Welcome to Class 7

Class Teacher - Mrs Reynolds



Hello Class 7,

I hope you are all safe and well. I would like to learn more about the fun activities you are completing at home. The longer we are away from school, the more important it is for us to keep communicating and sharing what we are doing whilst at home.


I will upload the latest learning packs including other fun activities and challenges to keep you busy and I would love to hear how you get on with them! Why not share your work with me by emailing me your thoughts or photos of your work to


These photos could then be shared on this page under the heading 'Sharing Your Work From Home' to celebrate your achievements during this strange time. Don't worry if you do not want your photos shared on our class page, I would still love to see your work. You could even just email me to say hello!


Don't forget to log on to Purple Mash and TT Rockstars too!


Check out my weekly messages by clicking on the stars below. Here, I will let you know what I am up to and share my stories from home. I am also going to upload videos of myself reading a story to you all so have a listen  - great for just before bed!


I miss you all lots and am looking forward to hearing from you. 

Stay safe


Mrs Reynolds x

Spar Lancashire School Games is going virtual!


On 30th June, they have released an action-packed day full of activities and challenges for the whole family, whether they are in school or at home. We would love for you and your family to take part in, what we hope, will be the biggest Virtual Sports Day in the country! Click on the link below to check out their page and view their activities.

Please also view our updated on-line safety advice for parents and carers whilst we are away from school.

A message from the Year 3 and 4 teachers

Below is a book which explains Coronavirus using a child friendly approach

Below is a link to an ebook if you have any worries about Coronavirus

Maths - click on this link to access White Rose Maths Summer Term Week 3. Here, you can watch a video lesson and then use a pen and paper to complete the maths work. Or, if you have a printer, you can print off each lesson to complete. Once you have finished your maths, you can check the answers to see how many you got right. If you wish, you can take a photograph of your completed maths and email it me as I would love to see your work!

Why not try the following puzzles all about chocolate to keep you entertained and your brain sharp? Yum yum!

Making Cushions


The children in class 7 followed instructions to make a pumpkin lantern.  They had to be self managers and work independently.  Many found this tricky but they showed great resilience.

How does light travel?

Red, White and Blue Day

We thought about how troops would feel.
We listened to the sounds they would have heard.
We made spitfire planes.
We tried to fly the planes.


The children had a visitor from the Faith Centre to teach them some interesting facts about Hinduism.  They were able to look at different example of clothing, learn some dancing and have a pretend Shyama Tara if they wanted to.  They loved the experience and had lots of interesting questions.
They then learned about Raksha bandhan and made some bracelets. 


We have been plotting numbers on number lines.
We have been making numbers in different ways.
We have been matching numbers and pictures.

Role play in Literacy

In English, the children have role played an event in our story 'Henry's freedom box' so that they could put themselves in the character's shoes.  This activity created lots of emotive description from the children and their writing pieces were excellent.

Science experiment

The boy's Kaleidoscope reflected the glitter well!
The boy's proved their predictions were correct!
The girl's agreed shiny materials reflect the best