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St Luke's Catholic Academy

St Luke's

Catholic Academy

Pyenest Road, Harlow, Essex, CM19 4LU

Through God’s love we learn together, grow together and achieve together.

Dear Parents/Carers,


Thank you for all your support and for all your feedback for the past five weeks of remote learning. We were very happy to see all the resilience, dedication and enjoyment children showed in doing their home learning. A big thank you to them for sharing that via Teams as well.

These are the highlights of today’s lessons:





Plan the build-up (Part 1)*


What is a fraction? *

Guided Reading

Session 1 - Vocabulary


How can we show how we see things in a mirror? (Part 2) *


Celebrate The Little Things

Other Suggested Activities / Links

  • Maths, History and Book Club Sessions (09:00, 09:20 and 09:40) of the day from CBBC, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button
  • Planning a quiz (ICT)

Note: * = if you have trouble downloading the Sway, please access the Oak/BBC/White Rose lesson while waiting.

In addition to these, please ask your child to practise daily the spellings, timetables and to keep reading the books they like.

Please remember that we have a selection of Assemblies you might join throughout the week:

Also, this week we celebrate Safer Internet Day and we will be having as theme ‘An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world.’ We will explore activities and resources to help children and adults talk about how to navigate the issue of reliability of information online in a safe, responsible and engaging way.

Here are some suggested activities you might wish to do with the children:

  • Make a family agreement. It is a great way to start a conversation with the whole family about how you all use the internet, and to start discussions together around how to behave in a positive way when online, whether this is at home, at school or at a friend's house:
  • Safer Internet Day films - This resource provides some prompt questions and suggestions to guide a discussion when watching the film with children.

I am looking forward to receiving any work children would like to share about this topic.

Kind regards,

Miss Gifford