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Welcome to Meerkat’s Virtual Classroom!


This page will be updated daily with learning that parents/carers can access to complete with pupils at home.


We love to see what you are learning. It can be emailed to


Please only use this email address for sharing evidence of learning, general questions and queries should continue to be communicated via the school office.


Summer Term 2


Hello, Meerkats!

It is so good to hear from you and see you. 


As the government has asked us to welcome some year groups back to school. It is very strange for us all but we are doing the best we can. All staff are now teaching different classes to usual, so from next week all your virtual learning can be found on the LKS2 page. You can still continue to email me your work and send me messages and pictures. I will respond as soon as I can.


Don't forget our school Rainbow run challenge! I hope you are going to have a go. 


I love to hear about what you are doing at home. I miss you all so much.


Stay safe, be kind and keep smiling.


Mrs Holt coolheart


The Wildlife Trust are running 30 days wild in June.

It is free to sign up and there lots of activities for you to enjoy.yes


If you don't want to sign up I have uploaded some of the resources you will need to take part plus each week I will be adding an extra activity for you to enjoy

Enjoy and let me know what you get up to, send me a photo and I'll add it into the 30 Days SHOUT OUT folder for us all to sharesmiley



Summer Term 2 - Extra English and Maths challenge

Some of your lovely letters

Some of your lovely letters 1
Some of your lovely letters 2 Some of your lovely letters...keep them coming!

Tonight, 7-4-20 I've been looking at the Supermoon through my telescope. Tonight and tomorrow night the moon will get as close as 221,772 miles to Earth which makes it appear bigger and brighter than usual. If you missed it tonight I've added a few photos ( which I took by attaching my phone to the telescope ) for you to look at but remember you can see it tomorrow night too.

Miss Carltonsmiley

So tonight (31-3-20) I went outside to see if I could spot the ISS.  Guess what?  I didn't!

I  think it was a little too cloudy, so I will try again tomorrow night. Well done Finley for spotting it earlier in the week.

Miss Carlton smiley