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I hope you're safe and well. 

I'm now teaching in school again so you need to go to the Benenson class page (I've attached the link below) for all your home learning from now on. 

If you want to speak to me, you can still complete a 'contact Miss Turner' form and I'll call you as soon as I can. 

See you soon!

Click the link below for your online learning, which is being provided by Mrs. Marley
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Contact Miss Turner

If you have any questions or would like to get in contact with Miss Turner, please fill in the contact form and you'll receive a response within 24 hours.

Weekend Workout

Weekend Workout 1

This was meant to be the video that I was going to upload. 


Set a timer for 1 minute 30 seconds

Complete each movement 4 times

For the rest of the time, run on the spot with high knees to get your heart rate up!

30 seconds rest


Complete 10 times. 


I hope you enjoy it! 

Let me know how you get on. 


Welcome to Tutu class 


Our PE day is a Wednesday. Please ensure children come to school wearing their PE kit.


Children are expected to read at least 5 times a week and have their reading record signed by an adult at least once a week. Reading records are checked daily. 

We encourage children to continue their learning at home and have a range of websites available for children to access including:

Times Table Rockstars  


Homework is set every Monday and is expected to be given in on a Thursday. 

This week, we’ve been learning about missing angles in Maths. It’d be great if parents could ask children about these facts at home. 
What do angles in a straight line add up to? 
What do angles around a point add up to? 
What is a right angle?

What is an acute angle? 
Can you explain an obtuse angle? 

How would I know if an angle is a reflex angle? 

Our current project is ‘Can You Solve a Crime?’ We will be exploring crime and punishment through history including the Romans, Anglo Saxons and Tudors.
In English we will be writing a non-chronological report, police reports and witness statements.

In Maths we will continue following the White Rose curriculum which will include algebra, geometry and position and direction. We will also be revising previous blocks from the year 6 White Rose curriculum. 


Our project in the Autumn term was ‘What Would the World Look Like in a Frame?’ We explored music and art from different cultures. We studied ‘Living things and their Habitats’ in Science and natural disasters in Geography. We wrote about natural disasters in English, including a non-chronological, newspaper report and a narrative. 
In Maths we learnt about the four operations, fractions, decimals and percentages.