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Production songs to practise

Oliver! - I'd Do Anything

One of the production songs to learn

Oliver!- Pick a Pocket or Two (Sing-a-Long Version)

On the Cambourne site we check your homework weekly on a Monday.


We initially start by asking you to read regularly and practise your current spelling lists in your home school spelling book. You will need to make sure you are reading regularly at home each week (at least 3 times) and practising your spellings (at least 3 activties). You need to be reading a mixture of fiction and non-fiction texts. The more you read, the more this will help you with vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, grammar and writing. Reading is also fun!

Books can be borrowed from school and taken home to read, but must be checked out first with your class teacher. If these are lost, they will need to be replaced by your parents so look after them. Reading Planet via the English page is an online option and this page also has reading recommendations:

Home-school spelling books (blue)  can be used at home to practise your word-lists. You can be tested at home and then move on a list. You will also be tested in school, but in your spelling jotter (red). All spelling lists can be taken home from school and are also available on the English webpage:

Spelling Frame should be used at home to practise lists and rules. This can count as 1 (or more) of your 3 (or more) spelling activities each week. If we put any test lists on Spelling Frame, we will tell you first so you know you need to look for these. 

If you would like to independently research our current topic -A Passage to India - we will share and celebrate your work in school. Ask your teacher if you’d like some websites to help you gather facts for any independent topic-project of your own.


Maths is set by your maths teacher on a Wednesday, then checked in your maths lesson on a Monday.