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Green Class

Welcome to Green Class

God wants me to be the best me I can be

Class teacher: Mrs Khan

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Kay​​​​

Remember our safety rules whilst learning online and always check anything you are unsure about. If anything makes you feel unsure, don't forget STOP! BLOCK! TELL!


Click here for activities you can do with your

parents/carers to help you with online safety at home

RE: We had lots of fun on our RE day doing Mustard Seed activities based on the parable of the mustard seed (Matthew 13:31-32) telling the story of a Gardener who plants some small seeds. The journey of the seed was likened to each child. They were invited to journey together as the seed is planted, takes root in the ground and grows to become a mighty tree. Once fully grown the tree battles in a storm but remains standing despite the knocks from the wind and rain. Finally the tree bears fruit in all its unique colour and beauty. We completed activities such as researching the warriors Boudicca and William Wallace, designing our own warrior shields and creating doves using origami and writing prayers on their wings to be used in an interactive performance by video with the RISE theatre which we took part in in the afternoon.

GEOGRAPHY: Using 4 and 6 figure co-ordinates to locate human and physical features on Ordnance Survey maps. WE ARE CARTOGRAPHERS: creating our own ordnance survey maps of Stacksteads using aerial photographs and OS symbols.

SCIENCE: Linking with our non-fiction literacy topic about Charles Darwin, we conducted a science experiment to understand how different bird's beaks have adapted to their needs and food over time

Forest Friday Science Observations

To link in with our Charles Darwin topic we have been Botanists! We have been making observations of plants and leaves producing detailed notes and sketches.

This topic has also included studying genes and how species, including humans, inherit variations of traits from their parents. We designed our own 'Reebobs' using the traits from their parents and creating a gene code. Using different materials we then created the 'Reebob' children.

UK Parliament Online Workshop

Green, Yellow and Turquoise class enjoyed an online workshop that taught them all about UK Parliament. They learnt how UK Parliament works, what MPs do, the role of the House of Lords and how laws are made. The children then had the opportunity to ask questions. All the children really enjoyed it and found it fascinating.


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This video was sent by the District Nurses to say thank you for the kind donations of 'treats', the beautiful cards and artwork from all of you and St. Peter's.

Uniform Letter for Y5 Parents

Hello Parents and Children of Green Class, 

I hope you all had a restful half term break. We will resume our normal zoom timetable this week and I look forward to seeing you all! Remember independent tasks are below and work needs to be emailed in. smiley


There are two sessions a day via Zoom. 

For Green this will be:

Session 1- English: 9.30am - 10am

Session 2 - Maths: 10.30am -11am


I will send one link each day to use for both sessions. If you haven't already emailed your email address, please can you do so as the links for the zoom meetings will be sent via email. 


In addition to our daily zoom sessions we will be having a weekly Well-being Wednesday zoom! We will have a different theme each week. The theme will be sent with the link at 11am on Wednesday. Let's have some fun!


It is really important to keep working hard at home and make sure you keep to a routine. See the timetable below to help.


School work will be added to this page each week. I do not expect you to print any resources, please use your homework books to complete your home learning. Any work you completed needs to be share with me via email, my email address is at the top of the page. If you have any questions or need any support drop me an email.


If parents would like to collect a home learning pack please call school by 10am on Tuesday and collect from 1pm Tuesday.


Thank you


Miss Adshead smiley





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Find an information sheet below:

Music Lesson

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Why not have a go at bouncing a ball to the rhythm of a song? Maybe try it to your favourite song!

Talent Show

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Talent Show

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Last Half Term Work

Children's Mental Health Week

Now more than ever it is important that we not only look after our physical health but our mental health too.

It is a difficult time and it is absolutely ok to not be ok but remember adults are here to help you!

Below are some activities you can have a go at. 


Watch the virtual Assembly then have a go at the express yourself resources! 


Enjoy and look after yourselves smiley

Wellbeing Wednesday - join our Zoom in the Afternoon!

Links will be emailed out to you to join our fun afternoon Zoom to mark Children's Mental Health Week

Our first half-term in Green class