Spratton CE Primary School

'Living and learning together, celebrating life in all its fullness'

UKS2 Class


Who knew the children would make such excellent tea pots? We've been learning nursery rhymes every day as part of 'Nursery Rhyme Week'!


Also, as part of a church project, the children painted angels on pebbles to be distributed around the village. Aren't they lovely?




The children respect a two minute silence for Remembrance Day.



The children also took part in a live zoom, with our M.P Chris Heaton-Harris, as part of UK Parliament Week. The children had many questions to ask and thoroughly enjoyed the session.


...and last week, some pupils worked independently to produce their own powerpoint presentations on the Greek gods. We got to see some of their finished work today!


Some of the children explored manipulatives today to help them solve more complex multiplications.


They also wrote some brilliant independent narratives today! They are working so hard!


The children have been sketching Ancient Greek pots whilst also contributing to a group collage of Medusa! They have been really enjoying it!


...and a special mention to this member of UKS2 who chose to stay in during part of her lunch break to complete a complicated maths problem. Determination or what!



I have released some new home learning on Mathletics, please check it out and complete your assigned tasks. These will be in line with what we have been doing in class so will certainly support your learning.

I have also opened up Mathletics so any area can be accessed - perfect if you need to brush up on your fractions or area and perimeter. Please remember to try and complete your assigned tasks first.

Thanks very much,

Mr Pool


 UKS2 made use of the new story circle to enjoy their class book.




It has been amazing seeing our children back in school. They have settled in so well and have done you all proud! This week we have focussed on wellbeing and ensuring our children are in the best possible position to learn and develop.

Below are just two of the challenges the children have taken part in; draw their teacher and create an animal with natural resources.