Claremont Primary and Nursery School

A Brighter Future for Everyone



It is time for an e_e digraph. Can you spot it in these words: theme, these?



Today's lesson is going to be all about the plot of the story. You will have to write what happened at the beginning, middle and at the end of the story. I know you can do it because you've practised a lot with Awangalema story! wink

Look at the picture below to help you understand what a plot is. Then, listen to a story again and complete the activity 


The Tiger Who Came to Tea

Tuesday English worksheets - choose the one you like :)


Today's maths lesson is for a real brainiaccool It is tricky, it is difficult and it will make your head dizzy wink Are you ready to write some addition and subtraction facts? Remember to use the same numbers when you write the number facts!

If you find it too difficult, try to play the game. It should help you to write the fact families. Just choose the level you are comfortable with and have a go!


Our traditional story of the week is 'Jack and the Beanstalk'

Watch both videos. Can you tell your grown up about differences in these stories? What was the same? What was different? 

After that, think what the main characters could say and write it in the speech bubbles. 

Jack and the Beanstalk - The Children's Story

Jack, a poor country boy, trades the family cow for a handful of magic beans

Jack and the Beanstalk

Classic fairy tale read with silly voices.

Speech bubbles


Today all over the UK people celebrate Safer Internet Day. Because of the year1 timetable we had to move the main activities to Thursday. You can still listen to a story about that topic,

but the main lesson about the internet safety is planned for Thursday smiley