Claremont Primary and Nursery School

A Brighter Future for Everyone

Friday 5th Feb

Subject Task Extra Information
Morning Maths

When you have completed the questions, try to upload them onto your Dojo account so I can see how well you have done.

Also, look out for the answers on this afternoon's Class Story.


Narrative - Lesson 10

Click on the image below to access the Oak National Academy lesson:

"Analysing a Visual Film Clip"

Use your exercise books from your Home Study Packs to record any work you do.


Let us know how you get on.


Click here to access the White Rose Maths lesson called Multiply and divide by 7.


Answer the questions in the Worksheet booklet .The worksheet has also been posted below so that you can check that you are doing the correct one.



There is an extra worksheet called 'SEVEN TIMES TABLES AND DIVISION FACTS' in your booklet. You may answer it as an extra challenge if you like.

Please note- this is the last activity in this booklet. You will need a new booklet for next week's work. Please make sure it has been picked up from the school office.

Thank you


When you have completed the worksheet, use the answer booklet and the videos to check your answers to the Multiply and divide by 7 worksheet.

The videos will help check your understanding.


If you complete the optional worksheet, use the answer booklet to mark your work.


As usual, post your work on


BBC Women's Footballer of the Year

Step One

Read page 14 of the KS2 English Comprehension Book in your Home Learning Pack. It is best to read it several times to make sure you understand the text. 


Step Two

Answer the questions on page 15 of the book. If there are any questions you cannot answer, read the text again and look for the clues which will help you.


Step Three

Later today, we will put a link on Class Story with the answers to the questions.


Don't forget to let me know how you are doing.


Use Class Dojo as this is the best way to keep in touch.


Build a model Habitat

If you haven't done so, complete yesterday's science activity.

I would love to see your completed models on