Thames View Primary School

Learning, fun and achievement for all.

Thames View Primary School

Learning, fun and achievement for all.


If you are worried about the Coronovirus, read this book with an adult. It may help answer some of your questions.

Welcome to Kanzi Class!

Teachers: Mr Slack
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Garrett



Kanzi Apple

Kanzi was developed in 2006 and is mostly grown in the Netherlands. It has an orange-red skin and is a firm, crisp apple which is slightly sharp rather than sweet and juicy. Kanzi apples are an unusual blend of juicy Gala and tangy, sweet Braeburn giving a well-balanced sweet and sour flavour, creating apples full of flavour and goodness.



Term 5 - Spot the Difference!




We would like you to look at different places around the world and their weather! You can think about why certain animals live in different climates and how they are suited to their home. You can also measure the temperature each day and compare it to other places around the world using the internet to find out!



Use the link on the English Home Learning web page to familiarise yourselves with the

three stories we would like you to focus on over the next few weeks. We would ask you to describe characters and settings, compare settings, sequence the stories and even retell the stories with your own twist! - Meerkat Mail by Emily Gravett -  Handa’s Surprise by Eileen Browne – Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers



Can you count in multiples of twos, fives and tens? Well, that’s what we would like you to learn in Maths in the coming weeks. You will also learn to solve one step problems involving multiplication and division, by calculating the answer using objects, pictures and arrays. Please complete the daily Maths activities on the Maths Home Learning web page.  



Over the next few weeks, we would like you to look at identifying and naming a variety of common plants, including garden plants, wild plants and trees, and those classified as deciduous and evergreen in Science. Also, see if you can identify and describe the basic structure of a variety of common plants including roots, stem/trunk, leaves and flowers. 

Check the Science Home Learning web page for weekly activities!