Class 4 Home Learning

As you may have heard, the Government have launched The Oak National Academy to support teachers and families with online learning for our pupils. The teachers at Scole Primary will be using this resource to support the planning that they have already established, where appropriate. Please be guided by your child’s teacher in the learning activities that you do at home to ensure that they make progress in line with the school’s curriculum.


PE Home Learning Update 1.6.20

Hello everyone

You will have now received your new PE Home Learning Packs which are full of a mixture of activities to do, but also have information about running your own Home Sports Day with ideas for races, warm ups and the chance to give out certificates and design your own medal. I hope you have fun getting everyone at home involved and active.

You can access my new letter and the Home Sports Day information here – Create your own sports day

Don’t forget to send a photo to the school office if you have completed the bike design competition. It would be brilliant to see all your ideas, or you can let me know about your Home Sports Day.

Check out the PE & Sport webpage to see all the information about the Virtual Norfolk School Games – It is being updated weekly with the new challenges.

Take care & keep active everyone.
Mrs Goldsmith


Friday 22nd May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

The last day of this half term is here! I do not expect you to do any school work next week. You might like to try and complete some of the National Trust’s 50 Things to do Before You’re 11 and 3/4 list. VisitEngland has a list of ways to explore England without leaving your home, including virtual tours of a number of museums and zoos hosting behind the scenes looks at their animals!

I am so proud of how you have all adapted to these strange circumstances and I hope we are all back in the classroom together soon. Whatever you decide to do this half term, keep safe and stay curious about the world around you. 

Miss Sibley

Thursday 21st May 2020

Hello Class Four,

Children’s illustrator Rob Biddulph has been running online art lessons throughout the lockdown and today he is hoping to achieve a World Record! You can join in the attempt by clicking here and following the instructions. It all begins at 4:00 this afternoon. I’ll be getting my pencils and paper out – let me know if you do as well!

As always, please feel free to share any artwork or other brilliant work via the school office!

Miss Sibley

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Morning Class Four,

It’s looking like it’s going to be quite a warm day so if you’re outside at all, make sure you are protected and drink lots of water!

If you are looking for some further Maths activities then this week, BBC Bitesize has lessons on fractions:

These are optional activities but would certainly help you to revise some of the key areas we have previously covered in Maths.

If you’ve enjoyed the crystal experiment then you can find further experiment ideas here

I hope you’ve enjoyed Mrs Tisbury’s Infinity Colouring sheet! Here is my attempt which I found incredibly relaxing in the evening:

Keep safe and, as always, please e-mail the school office if you have any questions or wish to share any of your brilliant work with me!

Miss Sibley 

Tuesday 19th May 2020

Hello Class Four,

Thought some of you might enjoy this: National Book Tokens and Puffin have teamed up to launch a writing competition. You can write a story of up to 300 words on the theme of BIG DREAMS. Further details and how to enter can be found here

Have a lovely day,

Miss Sibley

Monday 18th May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend. Hopefully by now you will have collected your latest Home Learning packs and are busy completing the activities inside them.

BBC Bitesize has a lesson on Henry VIII if you would like to learn more about him and his legacy. I feel that some of you may watch one video and do some of my favourite grammar correcting!

Here are some Fact Sheets about some Tudor objects which you might like to use as inspiration for your Tudor relic.

Keep safe and keep working hard,

Miss Sibley

From ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’ by Charlie Mackesy


Friday 15th May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

The past week has been Museums Week, so here are some useful links to ideas for activities you might like to complete.

With the weather set to warm up, now’s the perfect time to get outside and be creative. The Natural History Museum has some brilliant activity ideas to help you get closer to nature. I can see all sorts of birds visiting the bird feeders on the tree outside my window!

I hope you are enjoying the crystal experiment! If you’re looking for more experiment inspiration then the Science Museum has some ideas, including how to make instant ice cream!

The Museum of London has some creative ideas for learning at home.

To help with your Tudor work, you might like to visit the Historic Royal Palaces and explore some of the resources on offer there. You can see how Tudor royalty lived!

Have a lovely rest of Friday and a good weekend Class Four!

Keep working hard,

Miss Sibley

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

I have finished your latest Home Learning packs and they are ready for collection from school. This is the latest selection of Home Learning Activities

These are some of the extras in the pack:

This week’s Starters for STEM can be found hereYou might remember we did a similar experiment to the gummy bears with gummy worms. Do you think the same thing will happen?

Finally, here is an update from Mrs Goldsmith:

PE Home Learning Update 13.05.20

You will have now received your new PE Home Learning Packs which are full of a mixture of activities to do, new weblinks and even a competition to design a bike, so plenty to keep you busy and active as we move towards the half term holiday.

You can access my new letter and the list of websites here – Home Learning Letter 2

Remember to send a photo to the school office if you have completed the design competition. It would be brilliant to see all your ideas.

Check out the PE & Sport webpage to see all the information about the Virtual Norfolk School Games – It is being updated weekly with the new challenges.

Take care & keep active everyone.
Mrs Goldsmith

As always, please e-mail the school office if you have any questions or wish to share your child’s learning with me.

Keep safe,

Miss Sibley


Monday 11th May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

I hope you all had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend and were able to enjoy the sunshine before the wind made things quite chilly! I’m busy putting together another Home Learning pack for you which you can collect from school on Wednesday 13th May.

Today would have marked the start of SATs week for you, Year 6. Even though this week looks a bit different, I am incredibly proud of how hard you have all worked this year and know that you would have given it everything this week. You are all stars!

BBC Bitesize have lessons on Calculating Area and Calculating Perimeter which you might find helpful if you are struggling with the Area and Perimeter question. You might like to also conduct your own investigation into the areas and perimeters of different objects in your house (for example, which book in your house has the cover with the largest area?). MyMiniMaths also has further materials for you to practise your area and perimeter skills.

You may also like to have a go at the Mixing, Dissolving and Separation lesson to revise what we were investigating in Science pre-lockdown. Here are some STEM resources which could support/further your investigation.

As always, any questions or if you wish to share any of your work with me, please e-mail

Keep working hard,

Miss Sibley

Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
And never stops at all,

And sweetest in the gale is heard;
And sore must be the storm
That could abash the little bird
That kept so many warm.

I’ve heard it in the chillest land,
And on the strangest sea;
Yet, never, in extremity,
It asked a crumb of me.

 – ‘Hope is the Thing with Feathers’ by Emily Dickinson


Wednesday 6th May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

Here is the link to the Short Division with Remainders BBC Bitesize lesson.

If you are looking for inspiration for your Tudor story, this extract from Berlie Doherty’s Treason has some excellent ideas. Use the Bitesize settings lesson to help get you stated. Thank you to Mrs Hillman for sharing this with me, I’ve already placed my order for the book! 

You may also like to have a look at Little Moreton Hall or, a little closer to home, Lavenham GuildhallRemember, your Inspiration Station is a guide, you don’t need to use every single sentence starter.

As always, any questions or if you wish to share anything with me, please e-mail It has been lovely seeing what some of you have been doing!

Have a lovely day Class Four – work hard but make sure you also go out and enjoy the sunshine!

Miss Sibley

Monday 4th May 2020

Good morning Class Four,

Here is a list of lessons on Bitesize which you may wish to complete this week: Bitesize Lessons.

Tuesday’s Bitesize Maths lesson

My Mini Maths has additional worksheets relating to the different Maths lessons:

To keep active, you may like to complete a Norfolk School Games Virtual Challenge. Mrs Goldsmith has all the information here (it’s cricket week!).

If you would like to do something creative AND scientific, then here are some Starters for STEM to get investigating!

Don’t forget that this Friday is a Bank Holiday. Usually it would be today but the 8th May is a significant date in modern British history because it is VE Day. You may wish to complete this VE Day comprehension activity to find out more information. Historian Dan Snow has also launched a competition to mark the occasion.

As always, if you have any questions or wish to share any of your fantastic work then please e-mail

Stay safe and missing you all!

Miss Sibley


Sometimes when I’m lonely,
Don’t know why,
Keep thinkin’ I won’t be lonely
By and by.

– Langston Hughes


Thursday 30th April 2020

Good morning,

For those interested, the National Literacy Trust has produced a book called The Book of Hope which is completely free and contains stories from over 100 children’s authors in the UK. It is currently only available online but if you are looking for something to read and share together then I can highly recommend it.

If you are out on your daily exercise, The Woodland Trust has a Tree App to help you identify any trees you may encounter!

If you are looking to reduce screen-time, Bedtime Maths has ideas for practical maths investigations.

If you need any guidance on grammar then Grammarsaurus has (very) catchy songs to help with grammar concepts – the subordinating conjunctions song is a popular one in class!

NumberRock also has maths songs (please bear in mind that NumberRock is an American website so methods may differ to what your child knows), including times tables.

I have been able to contact all of you and it’s been lovely to hear how you’ve all been getting on. I’ve loved reading the diary entries I’ve received so far! Please keep e-mailing to share Post Horn entries or anything else you’ve been doing!

Keep safe,

Miss Sibley


Monday 27th April 2020

Good morning Class Four,

I hope you have all received your Home Learning packs and are working your way through the tasks. If you are finding the area question tricky then you might like to complete either Wallpaper Shapes or Sizing Them Up instead.

If you need some inspiration for your Tudor servant story then English Heritage has a video meeting a Tudor cook.

As always, any questions then please e-mail

Keep up the good work and stay safe!

Miss Sibley

PS Thought I would share a (very!) short poem called ‘Happy Thought’ by Robert Louis Stevenson:

The world is so full
of a number of things,
I’m sure we should all
be as happy as kings.


Monday 20th April 2020

Good morning Class Four,

I hope you have had a good Easter break and that you, and your families, are all keeping safe and well.

Sadly, we have finished our Ancient Civilisations topic but I hope you enjoyed learning about the Egyptians!

However, this term’s topic is Britain Through Time which your new activity grids reflect. You will get a physical copy of this, and the attached activities, soon. Please continue to complete your work in your Home Learning books.

Working From Home Tasks

(If the Scratch link doesn’t work then click here)

Attached pages mentioned on grid:

Grammar Guidance:
Year 5
Year 6
Printable List of Grammar Terms

For RE activity ideas, please visit Norwich Cathedral for a variety of exciting and interesting activities. You might like to think about researching what life was like in the cathedral as a monk before Henry VIII closed down monastic communities. You may also develop your Maths and Art skills by completing the mosaic activity.

This is a list of websites which you may find useful to help you complete your activity grids. It also contains ways to help keep your mind healthy: Websites

If you are able to access them then I would highly recommend the BBC Bitesize lessons, especially in Maths and English:
Year 5 lessons
Year 6 lessons

Monday 20th April’s Maths lesson for Year 5 focuses on negative numbers whilst Year 6 focuses on rounding.

Finally, Class Four’s 100 Things To Do Indoors – this is a list of optional activities (i.e. you don’t have to complete all 100 of them!) but gives you some more practical/creative ideas to help you with your learning. I’ll be picking things to do from it as well!

If you have any questions, please e-mail and I will respond as soon as I can (within school hours).

Stay safe, keep well and work hard, Class Four!

Miss Sibley



Don’t forget to keep active during your time off from school – Use the PE Activity task grids and other information in your new home learning packs.

Home learning letter 1 2020

Activity Tasks 2020 (2)

Being active at home

Home working challenge 2

Home working challenge 1

Youth Sport Trust activity bingo

Create a game

Joe Wicks workout

Your packs also include some websites for you to look at. (Tasks updated weekly.)

Enjoy keeping active in the great weather.

Mrs Goldsmith