Reminder for those who are in school

Dear All

As we welcome more children into school this week and the procedures for lunch are very different from before with no hot meals and eating packed lunch in the classroom. I thought that it would be an opportune time for me to remind everyone about us being a nut free school, we do have children in school with a nut allergy and respectfully request that you be careful about what you send in for packed lunches.

Kind regards

Miss Staniforth

Head of School


Dear Parents

We have received confirmation from the LA that we are able to open on Monday 1st June 2020 for our pre-booked Key Worker children and Tuesday 2nd June for our Reception and Year 1 pupils.

Please note that school is open to those pupils in Reception and Year 1 (not Year 6 unfortunately), who responded with an interest in a place from tomorrow.

If you responded, you will have received a pack of information via email detailing which ‘bubble’ or group your child will be in, and specific drop off/collection points and times, which do not necessarily correspond with the normal school day.


This is because everything is tightly worked out regarding numbers, adult ratios, space.  We cannot go above 15 in a group and cannot mix/combine/swap groups.

We have published our risk assessment under ‘Policies’ for further details.

If you are eligible and book in advance, we will make a plan for your child.

Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.  It is for everyone’s safety that we have to be very strict with our procedures.

Kindest regards

Mrs Beale


Home Learning Pack update

Hi Year 1,

Hope you’ve all had a great half term and have made the most of the wonderful weather.

I have realised that the link for the phonics might not open in this format.

If you use the link below for Letters and Sounds phonics you will be able to scroll down and find the ‘wh’  and ‘ph’  digraphs.

Hope this is useful.

Mrs Oakes 🙂


Year 6 Update

Just to update you all with information about where we are up to with reopening of school for year 6 pupils, we did send the below message to those of you who registered interest for your year 6 child to attend school initially a few weeks ago.


Dear Year 6 Parent

I know that we wrote to you last week following government guidance on opening school for certain year groups and you responded that you were interested in your year 6 child having a place.

As we need to follow strict rules about how many children are allowed in classes and which children are prioritise you will see from the attached letter that at the present time we are unable to offer places to year 6 pupils, other than to those key worker children using the provision.

This might come as a disappointment to you and to your child, unfortunately the order of priority given by the government are key worker children, then reception children, year 1 and then finally year 6.  Obviously as soon as we get more guidance this position may change again.

We are everyone at school but we must continue to follow guidance and protect everyone in the best way we can.

Stay safe and keep well!

Sarah Staniforth

Head of School

Home Learning W/C 01.06.2020

Dear All

Please take the time to read this letter from the SSPP Staff Team with regards to the new home learning packs.  Have a good week all!

Home and school learning letter 01-07-2020

Below are the links you will need for this weeks home learning.


Year 1

school and home learning plans Y1 wk beg. 1.6.20Family-Challenge-Friday-24th Lesson-1-Make-doubles-2020 Lesson-2-Make-equal-groups-grouping-2020 Lesson-3-Make-equal-groups-sharing-2020 Lesson-4-Find-a-half-1-2020

Year 2

Year 2 1.6.20 Lesson 1 Answers – The 10 times-table 2019 Lesson 2 Answers – Make equal groups – sharing 2019 Lesson 3 Answers – Make equal groups – grouping 2019 Lesson 4 Answers – Odd and even numbers 2019 Lesson 1 – The 10 times-table 2019 Lesson 2 – Make equal groups – sharing 2019 Lesson 3 – Make equal groups – grouping 2019 Lesson 4 – Odd and even numbers 2019

Year 3

au-sc-2502-make-a-pulley-instructions_ver_10 Home and school learning plans wk 1.6.20 SW Knowledge Organiser Unit 3.7 – Simulations T2-D-095-Lets-Go-Fly-a-Kite-Activity-Sheet-Making-a-Kite time-capsule-sheets-covid-19Lesson 5 – tenths as decimals 2019 Lesson-1-Unit-and-non-unit-fractions-2019 Lesson-2-Making-the-whole-2019 Lesson-3-Tenths-2019 Lesson-4-Count-in-tenths-2019Y2-Spring-Block-4-WO1-Make-equal-parts-2019 Y2-Spring-Block-4-WO2-Recognise-a-half-2019 Y2-Spring-Block-4-WO3-Find-a-half-2019 Y2-Spring-Block-4-WO4-Recognise-a-quarter-2019 Y2-Spring-Block-4-WO5-Find-a-quarter-2019

Year 4

EDITED Year 4 1.6.20Lesson 1 Answers – Add 2 or more fractions 2019 Lesson 2 Answers – Subtract 2 fractions 2019 Lesson 3 Answers – Fractions of a quantity 2019 Lesson 4 Answers – Calculate quantities 2019 Lesson 1 – Add 2 or more fractions 2019 Lesson 2 – Subtract 2 fractions 2019 Lesson 3 – Fractions of a quantity 2019 Lesson 4 – Calculate quantities 2019 Family-Challenge-Friday-22nd Family-Challenge-Friday-22nd-Answers

Year 5

EDITED Year 5 1.6.20 Lesson 1 – Multiply unit and non-unit fractions by integers Lesson 2 – Multiply mixed numbers by integers 2019 Lesson 3 – Fractions of an amount 2019 Lesson 4 – Fractions as operators 2019 Lesson 1 Answers – Multiply unit and non-unit fractions by integers Lesson 2 Answers – Multiply mixed numbers by integers 2019 Lesson 3 Answers – Fractions of an amount 2019 Lesson 4 Answers – Fractions as operators 2019

Year 6

Lesson-1-Answers-Fractions-to-percentages Lesson-1-Fractions-to-percentages Lesson-2-Answers-Equivalent-FDP Lesson-2-Equivalent-FDP Lesson-3-Answers-Order-FDP Lesson-3-Order-FDP Lesson-4-Answers-Percentage-of-an-amount Lesson-4-Percentage-of-an-amount Year 6 1.6.20 FINAL