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Documents for Use in the Event of School Closure 


Hi everyone, I hope you are all well. 


Parents & Carers - We would be grateful if you could support your child in accessing any of the resources provided, whilst encouraging them to vary the subjects they study each day.


Please remember to complete your home learning packs now school is closed. Try to do a some English and Maths each day, and remember - reading is still very important.


There are some additional resources below which you might find useful if you would like some extra work to keep you busy. You may like to write your own story to enter Mrs Green's story competition.


Mr Blair




Please don’t be disappointed if we don’t reply to you. We love reading all the messages from you and we do read every one.  Unfortunately, we are only allowed to reply to questions or comments made by your parents/carers.


11+ Appliction Letter from QUEGS - application closes 31.03.20

STEM Challenge

We're thrilled to announce the launch of the first in a series of Engineering @ Home STEM Challenges!

Since the Smallpeice team can’t visit schools, we’ve decided to challenge each other to build the best rubber band-powered car, just with materials we have at home and we’d like to invite you to join in.

Every Wednesday we will have a new Engineering @ Home STEM Challenge that turns those materials you would normally send out in your recycling, into something that you can design, build and test. The projects are for all ages and will cover a variety of different topics.

Please click here to watch our instructional video and click here to see written instructions showing how to build your rubber band car.

Be sure to share photos and videos of your rubber band car with us on social media using the hashtag #SmallpeiceRBCC - we would love to see how you get on!

Best of luck with the first challenge!

Kind regards,

The Smallpeice Team


A brilliant website for e safety - keep safe online. Home activity packs are available with Think U Know:


Corbett Maths


Crick Web - A brilliant interactive resource for Key Stage Two Maths, English and Science games:


Times Tables Rock Stars 


Education City Worksheet Packs


BBC Bitesize


White Rose Maths - A brilliant Maths site with resources for every year group


BBC - Personal, Social, Health Education for all ages


Primary Resources - Social, Health Education for all ages


SEAL - Social, Health Education for all ages


Joe Wicks will be using his YouTube Chanel to lead PE at 9am Monday-Friday


Some great, free audio books


Classroom Secrets - Home Learning Pack


RE at Home, from Barnabas in Schools:


Field Studies Council.,VTJ,K4IVW,315C,1


Sumdog - free online Maths activities.


Access Art resources and ideas:


Music apps and interactive resources (even some online lessons) Follow the link for a list of lots of lovely musical activities:

Healthy Minds Lincolnshire

As this situation regarding the COVID-19 virus progresses we would like to provide an update regarding the service offered by Healthy Minds Lincolnshire.  The situation is changing rapidly therefore details may change however, as it stands the following is in place:


Useful Information:




  • Attached WHO guidance for helping children cope with stress and mental health considerations during this crisis, the section for care providers for children is highlighted on page 4
  • Healthy Minds Relaxation Booklet
  • The attached leaflet may be helpful for younger children to help explain the Coronavirus

Mr Blair's Class


Welcome to Class 2AB's class page. We are an enthusiastic and hardworking group of Year 4 and Year 5 children who love to learn new things and improve on our current learning!

Our class teacher is Mr Blair. Mrs Dixon helps us with our learning in Maths each day and Mrs Evans helps us with our English learning.

We are also really lucky to have Spanish lessons with Mrs Lauder every week.


General Information


The school library is open each morning and lunchtime for us to change our reading books when we have finished our books. We note down the page numbers we have read and ask an adult from home to sign the relevant part in our reading diaries. Mr Blair will collect our reading diaries on a Monday morning to check they have been signed. The school expectation is for reading diaries to be signed at least 3 times a week. It is important to bring our school bags to school everyday to collect letters and other important information.



We are given Maths homework every Wednesday. This work needs to be completed and returned by the following Monday to be marked. Mr Blair will also send our English homework out on a Friday. This work needs to be completed and returned by the following Wednesday.



Spellings for each week are in our planners. Each week we should practise at home 4 times and there is space for this in our planners. However, if spellings are completed in another manner (iPads, notebooks etc.) our parents indicate how many times we have done this and we ask them to ensure that they sign the spelling page in our planner. Spelling tests will take place on a Friday.



We need to have PE kits in school throughout the week. It is also very important that all  of our belongings are clearly named. If we are wearing earrings, we need to ensure that we are able to remove them for PE or ask our parents/carers to provide tape for them to be covered up to meet health and safety recommendations. If we have hair below our shoulders, it should be tied back for PE and our tights should be replaced with socks for PE lessons.


Staying healthy:

It is important that we bring a water bottle to school every day, filled with fresh water. In addition, we are allowed to bring a healthy snack for break time if we wish. These snacks should meet the agreed list: fruit, vegetables, cheese or yoghurt.

Term 1

Welcome Back to the New School Year.

I hope you all enjoyed a lovely summer break. Many thanks for all the lovely gifts and messages that I received before the summer break; they were very much appreciated and enjoyed.


Please read 2AB's newsletter to see what will be happening this term...

2AB Term 1 Newsletter

Term 2

Welcome back to this busy and exciting term. In English we are focusing on the work of Michael Morpurgo and would highly recommend his books such as Farm Boy, The Butterfly Lion and Private Peaceful. Please read the newsletter for more information about what we will be studying this term.

2AB Term 2 Newsletter

Term 3


Welcome back. I hope you have enjoyed the Christmas festivities and had time to rest and recharge your batteries. I would like to say thank you for the lovely gifts  that I received before the Christmas break. In our science lessons we will be investigating circuits and in history studying the Anglo-Saxons. Please read the newsletter for further information about the areas we are studying this term.

Newsletter Term 3

Term 4


We hope you all enjoyed a lovely break and are rested and ready for the term ahead. There are lots of exciting things planned for 2AB this term. Please see below to find out what we will be learning.


Geography lessons will explore a variety of case studies looking at water supply, dam building in Brazil, water pollution, flooding and flood management.

In science we will developing the children’s understanding of evolution and inherited features.

Art this term will develop the children’s skill in drawing and will use the perspective work of artists such as Vincent Van Gogh as inspiration.

In RE we will focus on Incarnation and exploring the belief of Jesus as the Messiah.

ICT will develop programming skills using Scratch.

Our PSHE lessons will focus on mental health and wellbeing.

In our PE sessions we will be developing competence in dance and outdoor and adventurous activities.