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Stonehenge Class

Welcome to Stonehenge's Class Page.


Here you will find all the home learning for our lockdown period. All of our learning will also be on Teams. Please keep sending me your learning via Teams, as I can give you feedback and help you to move your learning on. You will have to do the majority of your Maths work in your home learning book, the children will already have this book. Also use your home learning book to practice your spellings, try using lots of different strategies to learn your spellings. You can use this book to complete your handwriting and Talk for Writing tasks if you wish but I would love you all to find ways to "turn" your learning into me via Teams. 

Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any concerns, we are always here to help you. You are not alone. 

Missing you all already but hopefully we will see you all soon.  


Take care everyone and stay safe. 


Mrs Orrsmiley



The reading tasks for Tuesday and Thursday are on the weekly timetable. 


This week I would like you to think about our value of hope. Take some time out of your week and sit and think about what hope means to you. What does it look like? 
Home Learning week commencing 18.1.2021 

Spelling and Reading Tasks

Reading Tasks - This week's reading tasks can be found on the weekly timetable. All the activities are about Ted Rules the World which I have been reading to you. You will find these videos on our Stonehenge Teams page

Handwriting Tasks -19.1.21


Find out about the mathematical term "mean". What is the mean of a set of data? How do we find the mean? 


Afternoon Topic Tasks - ANCIENT GREEKS with a bit of Science!

Home Learning - Week commencing 11.1.21

Home Learning Challenge - Stonehenge - Can you do all 30?

Home Learning  4.1.2021

Stonehenge Photos

Summer Reading Fun Challenge 


Over the summer holidays, the library always run the reading challenge which many of our children enjoy participating in. Even though the library isn't running the challenge this year, it would still be wonderful if your child could continue their reading for fun over the summer break. Aim to read some different types of books over the next few weeks and I would love to hear about them when we return in September. I would love your child to write a book review of one of the books they have read and we can share their thoughts in September. Feel free to use the book review format below or create one of your own. 

Talk for Writing 

Stonehenge we are carrying on with out current Talk for Writing packs. Monsters for Year 6 and Wonderful Wizards for Year 5. 

Remember to keep working on your current Talk for Writing learning pack. We are having lots of fun here at school using our spy names and designing our own spy gadgets as part of the Year 6 Talk for Writing pack. We are looking forward to creating our wonderful writing next week. I hope that our lovely Year 5 children are enjoying their writing pack this week.  Please remember to keep sending me your lovely learning. 

Reading task - read the three texts in the booklet below and write sentences telling me what you have read.

Talk for Writing

Remember to continue working through your current Talk for Writing packs, Stonehenge. You've got until the end of next week to finish your writing tasks and I can't wait to read your amazing ideas. 

Home Learning Term 5 Week 4 Commencing 11.5.2020
How did you get on with your 99 club challenge last week? Let me know. Can you get any faster? Have another go this week! 
White Rose Maths - w/c 11/05/20
Home Learning Term 5 Week 3 Commencing 4.5.2020

99 Club Challenge


This week I would like you all to challenge yourself to completing one of the sheets from 99 club. Stonehenge children, you know which club you are on so just start where you left off. You need to time yourselves and remember that you only have 5 minutes to complete each club challenge! Grown ups, why don't you have a go too! It's brilliant and a great way for the children to learn and remember their times tables. You'll find all the 99 club information in the parent information section of our school website. Good luck everyone and let me know how you get on by emailing me or sending me a message on dojo. 

Remember to continue working through the Talk for Writing packs, you've got until the end of next week to finish them. I'm looking forward to seeing your amazing writing and hearing what you thought of the packs. Keep writing, everyone. 
Year 6 Science Challenge
Home Learning Term 5 Week 2 Commencing 27.4.2020

Online PE Tasks - See how many of these tasks you can get through!

Home Learning Term 5 Week 1 Commencing 20.4.2020

Message for Year 6

Hi all, as well as focusing on the home learning that I have set you this week, why don't you start to have a look at some of the BBC Bitesize learning for KS3. It just gives you some great ideas of some of the learning that you might do when you start at your secondary schools. 


Also, Stonehenge keep remembering to have a go at 99 Club, TT Rockstars and Sumdog. Can you beat your last result? 

In this section you will find all the tasks for this coming week. smiley

Welcome to Stonehenge Class


Year 5 and Year 6


Welcome to our class called Stonehenge, we are the eldest of the school and the tallest! As we are the oldest, we have lots of responsibilities, you will find us around school always helping out. Our class teacher is Mrs Orr and our wonderful TA is Miss Coakley. Scroll down to see some pictures of our time this year, we are having so much fun. We hope you enjoy looking at them.


Welcome back to term 4


Our topic for the next two terms is the Vikings. We will be focusing on learning who the Vikings were, where they came from, when they came to Britain and why they came to Britain.  We will also be investigating the legacy left by the Vikings. I would love the children to investigate Vikings at home, researching areas that they are interested in. In Science this term, we will be learning about Light. We will be learning about the anatomy of the eye, how we see and how shadows are formed. 



World Book Day


We will be celebrating World Book Day in style this week by making our own wooden spoons and cakes inspired by our favourite books.  In addition, we are also trying out a "book tasting" event during the day, where the children will visit our book cafe and explore a variety of book genres, thinking about the types of books that they might enjoy reading. Here are some ideas from last year. 

Knowledge Organisers 2019/2020

SATS Information 


The Year 6 children are focusing on their SAT tests that will take place in May 2020. We are working hard at school to provide them with opportunities to experience the types of questions that they may be asked. At home, it would be very helpful to begin to spend time practicing some of the questions using some of the revision guides that parents can either buy themselves or order from us. An order form has recently been sent home. If you have any questions about the SAT tests, don't hesitate to speak to me. 




Lavington Cross Country Sport 


Stonehenge were invited to Lavington School for cross country tournament. They all participated with a great attitude, and showed what it truly means to be supportive. A big well done to all.

 Dance Show 


We were thrilled to end term 3 by participating in the Around the World Dance Show at Dauntsey's. The children had an amazing time rehearsing and performing our Diwali dance in front of pupils and parents from other local schools. They did really well and made the staff feel so proud. Can't wait till next year!