Home Learning Year 3

Home Learning Year 4

Home Learning Year 5

Home Learning Year 6

Holly Class

The children in this class are Year 3. Our teacher is Miss Simmons.

Please email your homework to a.simmons@carltonjunior.org.uk

Hazel Class

The children in this class are in Year 3. Our teacher is Miss Kerrison.

Please email your homework to a.kerrison@carltonjunior.org.uk

Rowan Class

The children in this class are in Year 4. Our teachers is Mr Patchett.

Please email your homework to d.patchett@carltonjunior.org.uk

Silver Birch Class

The children in this class are in Year 4. Our teacher is Miss Daly.

Please email your homework to k.daly@carltonjunior.org.uk

Chestnut Class

The children in this class are in Year 5. Our teachers are Mrs Willson and Miss Hickling.
Please email your homework to f.southall@carltonjunior.org.uk and l.hickling@carltonjunior.org.uk

Oak Class

The children in this class are Year 5. Our teacher is Mr Schofield.

Please email your homework to t.schofield@carltonjunior.org.uk

Pear Class

The children in this class are Year 6. Our teachers are Mrs Tait / Mrs Charlesworth.

Please email your homework to g.tait@carltonjunior.org.uk and s.charlesworth@carltonjunior.org.uk

Willow Class

The children in this class are in Year 6. Our teacher is Mrs de Gilbert and Miss Hickling.

Please email your homework to c.degilbert@carltonjunior.org.uk and l.hickling@carltonjunior.org.uk

Useful Links

Please find some really useful links below that broaden your child’s experience of home learning.

The Government have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.


The e-Bug project is led by Public Health England and has a dedicated webpage for learning resources on hand washing and respiratory hygiene.


This is a free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.

Coronavirus A Book For Children

‘The Coronasaurus Rex’ is a short-story which explains what the Coronavirus actually is, what children must do to keep safe and give them the reassurance that this new way of life won’t
last forever.

Coronasaurus Rex 

Staying Active with Tech

Go Noodle gives families an opportunity to learn and move together.


Super Movers offers fun videos, ideas and incentives to inspire children to become more active.


The scouts have pulled together some great indoor activity ideas for you to try.


The Football’s Staying Home campaign brings together players of the past and present – as well as experts from the national football centre, St. George’s Park – to keep your mind and body active while you’re at home.



Other Useful Links

First News is a children’s newspaper that we get in school. The children love reading it and learning about the news from around the world. Every week they are sharing an edition of First News as a PDF so your child can continue reading it at home.

First News 12th – 18th June

First News 5th – 11th June

First News 31st – 4th June

Here is a link to some calming activities you might like to try.


STEM Ambassador Tim Peake stars in a new home learning video where he answers children’s questions about how to become an astronaut, whether astronauts worry about loo roll running out, and if viruses can survive on the International Space Station.

Tim Peake Video

The audiobook platform, Audible,  has said that, for as long as schools are closed, anyone can listen to a vast selection of its titles. This means many books are available to stream at no cost at all.


Twinkle is giving free access to most of their resources during the Coronavirus period.


Story time with David Walliams. There is a free story everyday at 11.00am.


Oliver Jeffers (a children’s author) will be reading a story each day at 6.00pm via Twitter.


Pobble 365 gives you one picture a day with lots of English activities linked to it.


There are many other useful website links for all subjects, SATs and the Multiplication Times Tables Check in the Curriculum section of the website. You can find this section under PUPILS – CURRICULUM

Computing Activities

Pic Collage

This is available on Android and Apple for free. Arrange selected photos from your photo folder onto a single page, add titles, smilies and backgrounds.

You could use Pic Collage to produce a weekly/activity montage of photos as a record of what you and your family have done and email it to your teacher using the email addresses above. We can then share a selection of  them on them on the website in the Gallery.

Touch Typing

This is a fun way to improve your touch typing skills.



Scratch is a free download you can use for programming.


Kodu is another free download you can use for programming.


The Hour of Code is a great website with lots of coding activities that take about an hour.


Code.org is a dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools. It has many activiites including Minecraft Hour of Code Tutorials.


Computational Thinking

The Barefoot website  builds computing skills in an enjoyable and accessible way –  through  easy activities, fun ‘mini missions’ and interactive online games!


3D Modeling

Google Sketch Up is a free 3D modelling program that can produce stunning results, given time and patience.


Computer Science and Digital Literacy

There is a lot of useful information here about Computer Science and Digital Literacy topics.


Online Safety

Gooseberry Planet  will help you make sure that your children know how to keep themselves safe online over the coming weeks. You can download the gooseberry parent app via the app stores. It’s free.