Claremont Primary and Nursery School

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It's all about one sound represented by different digraphs! Among them is a split digraph a_e. Can you spot it in these words: lake, snake, bake?

a-e ai ay a


Today we want you to play a presentation and learn how to make another word by adding un-.

un- prefix

Worksheet - choose 1 page you would like to complete


Today we would like you to compare number sentences. Use all of your maths skills to find the right answers smiley

Wednesday Maths worksheet


It's time for Chinese New Year!

This new year celebration is also called Lunar New Year. It is celebrated in January or February in many countries around the world. Chinese calendar is made up of a cycle of twelve years, each of them being named after an animal. This year we celebrate The Year of the Ox. The new year is often celebrated with dragon dances, lion dances, gift exchanging and fireworks.


Watch these videos to find out more about Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year (Lunar New Year) | Zodiac Story

Learn how the Zodiac years were named by the Jade Emperor.

Celebrating Chinese New Year - Let's Celebrate

Abbie takes to the street with her family for a parade and firecracker display.

I hope you enjoyed watching these videos about Chinese New Year. When you finish we would like you to make your own Chinese Dragon!

Below you can find some pictures to help you find some inspiration. Me and Agata had lots of fun making our dragons. Watch us play :) (took us a few attempts to stop giggling when recording :)  

Chinese dragons

Chinese Dragons

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