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Bikeability Monday 26th April - Thursday 29th April


Hello all! We are starting bikeability next Monday. On the Monday morning is the playground aspect of the training, then onto the roads for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.


The children will need their bike and helmet in school on Monday morning ready to get started, if it is easy to do so, you can then take the bike home every day and bring it back the next morning as we don't have any dedicated bike storage space. However if you do need to leave it on site, you are welcome to do so at your own risk. We have the WIllow fence and the fence around the gas cylinder which you can use to chain the bike to and it can remain on site for the 4 days of the training.


Please make sure the children have their water bottles and a good sized snack for those four mornings. 


The children are welcome to wear comfy clothes for the bike training as long as they have something with the school logo on top (PE t-shirt, white polo with logo or school jumper) and they bring their school uniform ready to change into for the afternoon. Or alternatively they can wear school uniform and trainers.


If you have any questions, please come and ask :)


Mr Walker

Homework time again :)


Their second piece of topic homework is due on Monday 14th December, again - please send these in electronically to me at


I look forward to seeing what they (and probably you too!) have been up to.


Mr Walker

Joe Wicks HIIT for Children in Need :)

Beginning the building of our Mayan pyramid inventions

For those who need it - my email address is


Thanks for all the amazing looking homeworks that have been sent in so far!

PE 20th October - Group balance routines and river crossing

These Year 6s had a great time at the Hurst and thoroughly enjoyed baking cookies and using the bunsen burners!

PE - Teamwork in trying to complete the River Crossing challenge!

7th September - Learning New Things and practising our growth mindsets

September 2020!


Hello! I am so excited to be welcoming the Year 6s back on Monday and to welcoming the Year 5s into Hornbeam. It is such a long time since I've heard this classroom reverberate with the sounds of a happy, full class. It's going to be different, but hopefully also very normal for them and a chance for them to be back into socialising and into learning with their peers.


We have lots of exciting topics to learn about and lots of catching up to do, I will be sending home a curriculum letter for this term towards the end of next week so you are aware of what we will be learning about.


Please read all of the communications that Mrs Harris has been sending as they will help you ensure that you are sending your children in ready for school and that they have everything they need to be ready for starting back. There are lots of changes as we adapt to the changing situation and I'm having to constantly re-read them to make sure I know what is going on!!


If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to speak to me - otherwise, I look forward to seeing you all again on Monday :)


Mr Walker