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Welcome to Earth Class!


Your teacher in Earth Class is Miss Reakes. Your teaching assistant is Miss Apsey. 


Children are to bring their book bags in every day and will be given one book at a time. This book can be changed once it has been read twice. Homework is given out every Friday in yellow homework folders and is due back in on the following Friday.


Our PE days are Monday and Tuesday - please come dressed in PE kits on those days. Children can bring daps to change into.


It would be advisable for children to have a warm coat with a hood for playtimes and when we are arriving and leaving school.


Thank you very much. 



Your new learning experience is... Treemendous Outdoors!


Please see our curriculum newsletter above for more information.

Class Gallery

Treemendous Outdoors Hook Day- Thursday 28th April

The children enjoyed a trip to Stourhead and took part in different activities. They did sketching of the lake and the Bristol Cross, went for a walk around the lake and went into the Pantheon. Along with a treasure hunt around the Walled Garden. We had a brilliant day! See photos below.

Special Delivery Hook Day- Wednesday 9th March

The children took part in a treasure hunt around the town to find clues, at each place was an envelope with a letter inside. They had to work together to put all the letters together to make a word to find treasure back at school- biscuits and squash. 

Fetch the Vet Hook Day- Wednesday 12th January

The children took part in animal based activities and had a visit from South Hill Vets. They got to meet guinea pigs and a tortoise.

Countdown to Winter Hook day- Thursday 4th November

The children took part in lots of fun autumn activities. We made bird feeders, did leaf rubbing and made a leaf hedgehog. We also went to Cale Park for an autumn walk and walked in lots of crunchy leaves. What a great day!

Toybox Outcome- Wednesday 20th October

The children were joined by their grown-ups and enjoyed playing their board games with each other. This included snap, snakes and ladders and top trumps. 

Toybox Hook day- Tuesday 14th September

The children enjoyed a visit from Somerset Heritage who bought in lots of old toys for us to explore and learn about. We also made peg dolls.

Work for home learning if isolating.


If you are having to isolate at home please let us know so we can send you work via Google Classroom.

In the meantime here are some open ended activities to do.

We hope the Year 6 children have a fabulous time at Camp this week. We look forward to hearing all about it on your return.