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Mrs A and Mrs S have been awarding gems and House Points for all the work you've been doing and the effort you've put in!

Look on our display wall to see how Class Dojo is looking!

With children spending more time online due to school closures, we have add new content for parents on the 'Online Safety' page of our website. There you will find links to some extremely useful websites aimed at keeping you and your family safe online. Thinkuknow have also produced some home learning packs with 15 minute activities for you to work through with your children at home. 

Class 5 home learning information


Week 13:


Hello Class 5!


Another video message for you this week! Have a look and a listen below.


So, class 5, we have two more weeks to go of term to go! You've done brilliantly, all of you, and we want you to keep up the brilliance for just a little bit longer! . As we said last week, if you can continue with the maths and literacy, that's great!  However, the key thing is to keep occupied, and we have a few things to help keep you busy and stimulated this, and next week. We are also offering you the opportunity to take part in a very exciting initiative too so read on and find out more below!


Mrs B is there for you, as are we, if you need support so do email us with any questions and/or if you fancy a phone call/video chat. 


Here is a reminder of your maths and Literacy choices:


Complete the daily White Rose lesson, first watching the video and then completing the worksheets. Remember to mark your work and learn from your mistakes :) 


Complete a literacy task each day. There are two options and this week we also have a very special task to complete:

Option A: Hamilton Literacy lesson every day.

Option B: Over the course of the week, complete 3 SPaG mats, the "WORD OF THE DAY" activity and 1 - 2 writing tasks (these will change each week - try to choose things that you're interested in.


Try to get those buddy letters to Mrs B or ourselves - there are a few outstanding and Miss Goodchild really wants to share them with your little buddies asap!

FOREST GREEN ROVERS APPLICATION! Open to all year 5 pupils!

Are you passionate about football? Are you an advocate of "green living"? Are you confident at sharing information with others (being a public speaker)? Are you a positive role model at school?

If so, this exciting opportunity might appeal to you!

Forest Green Rovers are looking to recruit a year 6 " FGR ambassador"  from the British School. The role of the FGR ambassador is to promote the club and share with others how the club works. FGR is run in a very environmentally-friendly way - the footballers are said to live, breathe and work sustainably - and the ambassador will learn all about this and promote the values of sustainability. The ambassador will also have the opportunity to 

  • receive a free season ticket
  • be invited on the pitch to lead out the team with other ambassadors before a game.
  • invite a player into their school to talk about their career, role models, and the importance for hard work and dedication.

Further details of the role and FGR can be found by clicking on the link below: 


If this sounds like something you would LOVE to do, we are asking you to write an application, in which you should tell us in as much detail as you can (a minimum od 20 sentences):
  • why you want the role 
  • why you think you are the right person for the role
  • how you will share what you do with children and staff at school, if you were to be given the role
  • why you think the ambassador role is important and worthwhile

And remember to give your application an appropriate title, to write neatly and clearly, using interesting vocabularly and well-structured sentences and to check your spellings! 


Email Mrs B or us your completed applications! Good luck!



  • Soap carving

  • Look at "links to websites". Here you'll find ideas for a variety of activities. (download document below)

  • Grow a Rainbow challenge. (download document below)

  • Tie-dye with Tumeric!

  • Create a magazine on all the things you like! If Mrs Smith were doing one, she'd include an article about dancing, add photos of her family, include a puzzle section, a recipe, an exercise challenge, some book recommendations and so on. You could do this on Publisher or Word or by hand.

  • 100 ideas to do at home. Whilst aimed at KS1 as well as KS2, you might find some fun activities to keep you busy! (download document below)

  • What do you want to learn about? Mrs Smith would like to know all the countries in the world! Why not research something new that you want to find out more about?!

  • Read, read, read! You could visit the library and sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge  or enrol online.  Go to to find out more.

  • How about investigating the WAMA "share your lockdown experience" creative task. Mrs Swain has made a page on the Class Pages homepage with all of the details here:
  • Mr Beale's Gloucestershire Schools PE challenge. All info found here

  • Do you go for daily walks with your family? Perhaps you go on bike rides? Total up the number of miles you do in a week!

  • STEM challenges (download document below)


Big smiles and virtual hugs!


Mrs Amigoni, Mrs Smith, Mrs B and Mrs Butler xx

p.s. You might have remarked that we are indoors together in our video. Don't worry - we were very careful! We kept a gap between us, had windows open to ventilate the room, washed our hands, didn't share devices and wiped surfaces down afterwards. As teachers, we have obviously had to work in school together throughout lockdown but we always ensure we take sensible precautions and adhere to government guidelines for schools. 

Hello from Mrs Amigoni and Mrs Smith

Still image for this video

Weekly maths and literacy lessons:

Further maths resources:

Further literacy resources:

Other activities: