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Stiperstones online learning – Tuesday 5th January 2020

Hi Stiperstones class,

Happy new year!

I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas break.

For today, until  you have passwords to access your learning in real time via teams, I will upload work to this class page, as we did during the last lockdown, so that you can do the work from there.


For English, I am going to ask you to write a diary entry about your Christmas holidays. This is what we would have been doing in class today.

You can either choose a single day to write about, or write about a few days. Either way, make sure you include lots of detail, including expanded noun phrases to describe (with commas between adjectives (e.g. the giant, beautiful, green tree) and adverbs to describe verbs (e.g. I woke excitedly).

Remember to focus on your handwriting, ensuring you write joined and as neatly as possible. Also, think about your basic punctuation – this needs tightening up!

Remember full stops to end each sentence and capital letters to start each new sentence and for names of people or places (proper nouns).


In maths we were going to be multiplying and dividing by 6.

Here is a  video to follow so that you can still do the same learning.


Here is the maths worksheet that corresponds with the video –

Multiply and divide by 6 work sheet

You will need to have this to work on at the same time as playing the video. The video will tell you when to pause the video and complete each part of the sheet. If you can not print the sheet, do not worry! You can write your answers on paper or in a work book.


Reading Comprehension 

For reading comprehension, please read the text and then answer the questions in full sentences.

Mo Farah Reading Comprehension Activity


As we were not in school on Monday and this meant that P.E was missed, please follow this Joe Wicks exercise video as our first P.E session this week.


For R.E, please can you create a mind map of everything that you think of when you think of the word ‘God’. There are no right or wrong answers and all ideas are valid. You can even draw a picture in the middle of what you envision that a ‘God’ may look like.


Remember everyone, you will also need to be accessing Times Tables Rockstars throughout lockdown and will also need to be reading for at least 15 minutes a day to an adult.

Additionally, I will upload your Spellings onto the Stiperstones spelling page on this website each Thursday like usual.

Keep up the hard work  and feel free to email Mrs Winwood on her admin email address if you have any questions for me or if you would like to show me any of your fabulous work.

Stay safe Stiperstones!

Miss L-J



Welcome to Stiperstones Class!

Hello and welcome to Stiperstones class!

I am so excited to be welcoming you all back to school this week.

Amongst other things, this term we will be studying Greece and the Ancient Greeks as our history and geography topic, and we have lots of great new books for our English topics that I can’t wait to read with you ! In Science, we will be studying the classification of plants and animals and in R.E we will be learning more about the religion of Hinduism. Wow – what a lot to look forward too!

For your information, PE days for our class are Monday (for now, we will see how this goes!) and Thursdays with the P.E coach, and we would like to remind you to wear your kit to school on these days, so that there is no need to get changed whilst you are here . As always, remember to bring your healthy snack for our break times at 11 o clock each day. Just as another reminder – our school day in Stiperstones class will begin at 8:45 drop off and collection will be 2:55 at the playground gates. We ask that you are on time and waiting ready as we only have a 10 minute slot to get you all in to Stiperstones class, one at a time. I hope you have had a fabulous summer and I have been looking forward to seeing you all this September !

Miss Lloyd-Jones

A Minute’s Silence – A Tribute to NHS Workers

In school, we will be holding a minute’s silence to remember the bravery and pay tribute to the NHS workers who have sadly died during the virus pandemic.


We will be holding the silence at 11am, but if you can’t do it then, you could do it with your family later today.


For more information, click here:

Fiction Express Competition – Rules

The submitted works must have a minimum 1 page and a maximum length of 2 pages of A4. The text should double spaced, using Times New Roman font, size 12. Presented in Word document format and must be written in English.
The Word document should specify the full name of the author, teacher full name, the title of the story, the name of the school and the school have a native level. Participants can download the Word template which has all of the required information specified.

Please fill in your details at the top of the page and send to school by 30th April.

Competition – Fiction Express

Fiction Express have a competition for young writers to complete a story that has been started by one of their authors.

The CLOSING DATE is very soon THURSDAY 30th APRIL 2020

You must email any entries to me as they have to be submitted by class teacher.

Have a read of the link with the start of the story and see what you think.

Category a – born between 2010 and 2012.

Category b – born between 2007 and 2009

Have a try!

Good luck guys! 🙂 I look forward to sending off your stories.

Mrs Sallie Roberts

Deputy Headteacher

Fiction Express explanation



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