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Class 6

You are the rainbow children of 2020...

Back in March, we were sent home to stay,

Learning online was our new school day.


We made rainbow pictures and went out to cheer,

The key workers protecting those we hold dear.


It's not been the year for which we had hoped,

But we are amazed at your strength and how well you have coped.


Hold on to the memories that we have shared,

Remembering friends and those who cared.


The class of 2020 will hold a place in our hearts,

For the courage you've shown from the very start.


Mrs Murray, Miss Hattersley and Mrs Bates are very proud of you and will miss you all!





Hello everyone,


Hope that you are all keeping safe and working hard. Below you will find the learning grid and documents for this week. Keep sharing your home learning with us on Twitter @SummerlanePS


Please don't forget parents that if you need any help or support with your child's home learning you can contact school by email at homelearning@summerlaneprimary.co.uk.


Love from Mrs Murray and Mrs Bates xxx




Home Learning Week Commencing 13.07.20


EXCITING NEWS ALERT! Summer Lane have been invited to take part in the 'Summer STEM Academy'! Going live on the 15th June, you can access up to 26 STEM workshops from home. If you complete at least 5, you will receive a STEM Academy certificate! Get a grown up to sign you up here in order to access this brilliant opportunity: https://www.stemacademyscotland.org/workshops. Don't forget to share with us how you are getting on!


Reading is the Key!

Continue to read regularly at home (fiction, non-fiction, magazines, newspapers, etc). 



We have a NEW online reading portal called myON which you can use completely free at home. 


Follow the link below to access over 1000 authentic books including nursery rhymes, poems, fiction and non-fiction, tradition tales, super heroes and sci-fi as well as books about arts and crafts, baking, maths and English (where you can practice skills and different objectives). Each book appears on the screen for you to read but also has an audio option too. It comes with a dictionary for any unusual words you may be struggling to understand. 




Also, attached is a guide for parents and children on how to use the website.

Another GREAT reading resource...Oxford OWL


Register on Oxford Owl to access their FREE eBooks collection, developed for children aged 3-11 years old and start reading!. All the eBooks are tablet-friendly yes.



                                    Read, read, read, read, read

PE with Joe

Monday - Friday 

9 a.m. Live on YouTube

The Body Coach TV

#PEwith JOE

Tune into Joe's YouTube Channel at 9 a.m. each morning for a 30 minute, fun workout! 

It is important we keep ACTIVE! 



Our new topic for the Summer Term is 'British Isles.'

Please see below, some activities and educational website links to support your learning in this topic.









Twinkl Home Learning Hub - New ideas, everyday!


Each day you'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with. 




Here are a list of useful websites and resources to support your children's learning at home.