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Ings Lane Staxton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 4SS

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Hertford Vale Church of England Primary School

Compassion, Friendship, Thankfulness, Fellowship

Mr Palmer's Class

This page has some messages from Mr Palmer and weekly activity grids that can work alongside the BBC resources.

10.7.20

3.7.2020

26.9.2020

19.6.2020

Week Beginning 22/6/20

Hello Everyone

I hope you and your families are all well.

It has been really nice to speak on the phone and find out how you are all doing. Information about the Leavers’ Picnic is on the website. If any parents need to get in touch with me regarding transition, my email address is john@hertford-vale.n-yorks.sch.uk

Learning Grids: This week I’ve included a science investigation for you to have a go at alongside the Bitesize lesson on sound.

All the best and stay safe

Mr Palmer

16.6.2020

11.6.2020

Week Beginning 15/6/20

Hello Everyone

I hope you and your families are all well.

I am currently contacting all parents by telephone to see how the children are doing and to discuss transition to secondary school with parents of Year Six children. It will come up as a withheld number on your phone. This is obviously a very unusual year and secondary schools are unable to provide the transition events for children that they usually do. If you have any worries or questions about transition to secondary school then I will do my best to contact the schools and find answers for you.

Learning Grids: The maths this week, again, covers some quite complex concepts, particularly Monday and Tuesday. If these lessons are confusing then use the Year Five ones instead as they are good revision of some previously covered work.

All the best and stay safe

Mr Palmer

4.6.2020

Week Beginning 8/6/20

Hello Everyone


I hope you and your families are all well.


This week, some of the future Bitesize lessons have been available to view in advance again. Where they have, I have recommended particular activities. Unfortunately, not all lessons are available to see in advance, so for the others I have provided additional video links. Once you see the Bitesize lesson you may decide that you do not need to use the additional videos, but they are there as extra information just in case.


The maths this week begins to look at algebra. I’d suggest having a look at the lessons and the video link I’ve included on the grid for Monday and Tuesday (the rest of the week’s lessons were not available to look at). Have a go at these lessons, but if you are finding it tricky don’t get frustrated – have a go at the Y5 lessons instead as they are a good revision of some of the decimals work we’ve looked at.


All the best and stay safe


Mr Palmer

29.5.2020

Week Beginning 1/6/20

Hello Everyone

I hope you and your families are all well and have enjoyed the lovely weather we have been having. 

This week, some of the future Bitesize lessons have been available to view in advance. Where they have (eg English) I have recommended particular activities. Unfortunately, not all lessons are available to see in advance, so for the others I have provided additional video links. Once you see the Bitesize lesson you may decide that you do not need to use the additional videos, but they are there as extra information just in case.

All the best and stay safe

Mr Palmer

22.5.2020

14.5.2020

7.5.2020

Week Beginning 11/5/20

Hello Everyone

I hope you found last week’s learning grid and ideas helpful. Each week I’ll update the grid with ideas and links to videos that will hopefully help with understanding. I’ve tried to include some videos for maths, in particular, as I know that you benefit from seeing examples of different types of calculations. In the grid I have picked out the main topics covered by the BBC Bitesize lessons and have suggested some activities that you might like to try. Here is the BBC Newsround link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/news/watch_newsround

All the best and stay safe

Mr Palmer

1.5.2020

24.4.2020