We hope you all have a great Summer and look forward to seeing you all for the start of term on Thursday 2nd September.

St Mary's Farnham Royal Church of England Primary School

Founded in Faith focused on Family and fulfilling Future potential

Week 7 Remote Learning - Week Beginning 22nd February 2021

Welcome Back Year 6!

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Holes by Louis Sachar Ch. 1-3

Holes by Louis Sachar Ch. 1-3 read aloud with pictures to accompany the story.

Holes by Louis Sachar Ch. 4-6 pt.1

Holes by Louis Sachar ch. 4-6 pt. 1 Read aloud with slides to accompany the chapters.


Read, Read, Read, everyday!

ReadingEggspress Activity - login to Reading Eggspress and your activity will be ready for you to start.  This needs to be completed between the 22nd and the 1st March.


You can read any book; however, you may like to read:

  • Running on Empty by S. E. Durrant
  • The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q Rauf
  • Holes by Louis Sachar
  • The Percy Jackson collection by Rick Riordan

Independent and dependent clauses/Main clauses and subordinate clauses

MAIN CLAUSES AND SUBORDINATE CLAUSES | Independent Clauses and Dependent Clauses | Identifying Clauses - A clause is a group of words which contains a subject and a verb.


Continuing on our theme of blood, this week in Science we are learning about the components of blood. Your task is to make a comic strip cartoon style story about a day in the life of a blood cell. Use the comic strip template below to help you. 



Can you explain this cartoon?

He Is Risen - Matthew 27 | Easter Bible Story |

Topic Resources - Victorian Prisons


This week in art you will be making a flower collage using paper from magazines and newspapers. Remember to send in a photo of your finished masterpiece. 



Each and every one of you is capable of so much.  Each and every day in the classroom you have shown us just how much you are capable of.  Throughout the school closures, back last March and now, you have not only shown us just how determined you are to do well but also how committed, resilient and strong you are.  You have all shown just how you can adapt to any situation and even when you cannot be in the classroom, we can clearly see just how strong you are and you continue to be an inspiration and make us all so incredibly proud.

Your strengths and achievements both personally and academically are obvious to us, but can you see just how amazing you are?  We would like to know.  

This week we would like you to focus on you.  We want you to realise just how brilliant you are so we would like you to think about your personal strengths and achievements.

You have achieved so much and shown so many qualities that make you the incredible young people that you are; we would like to see you acknowledge them for yourselves.  We would like you to draw an outline of you on a piece of paper and reflect on the qualities that make you you and write down all of your strengths, qualities and achievements.  When you have completed the activity, we would like you to reread what you have included and give yourselves a massive pat on the back whilst wearing the biggest, proudest smile on your face. smiley



Watch the lesson below to learn how to say and describe different items of clothing in French.  You may even like to make a video of you describing what you are wearing in French and send it in to us.  Only if you would like to! laugh


Remember you should be active for 60 minutes every day, variety is the key! Below is a list of new websites you can use to exercise on your own or with your family.
Don't forget Joe Wicks on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 
Keep sending us some pictures of how you are keeping active at home, both indoors and outside. 


Daily Mile at home -


Sport England join the movement -


BBC Supermovers -


Topsportability -