Read regular updates and see photos of all our super home learning here
Monday 6th July – Good morning, here is this weeks home learning…
Friday 3rd July – Friday’s round up of Mango Class’ news and home learning!
Have a read of Kyron’s ocean project and then send me yours!
Here is a quick round up of our latest set of photos from Mango Class!
Monday 29th June – Good Morning! Congratulations to Mia and Beth for winning the talent show on Friday and also a massive well done to the rest of you that entered! You made me and Mrs Piggott very proud.
Keep looking on Google Classrooms for more activities you can join in with and you are also able to post your work directly on there to share with the class.
Here is this weeks home learning! Enjoy!
Wednesday 24th June – Wow! What a scorcher today! Please look out for an email from Mrs Robinson (sent Tuesday 23rd) about joining google classrooms… It is an exciting opportunity to join the class at school for some activities throughout the week.
Also don’t forget to check out the talent show entries and send me your votes!
Here are some more fantastic talent show entries from Mango class. Click on the links to view in full.
Monday 22nd June – Good morning mango class! Here is this weeks learning
Friday 19th June – Good Morning Mango Class! Here are the latest talent show entries – keep them coming over today if you’d like to enter
Don’t forget to send me your talent show entries
before Friday 19th June
Voting starts from Monday 22nd June via email to me
Monday 15th June – Good morning Mango Class, here is your learning for this week.
Have a good week – Mrs Isaac
Friday 12th June – It has been lovely being able to speak / see most of you this week as it has made the class seem alot closer and back together. I have been working on setting up our “Google classrooms” where we will hopefully be able to video call each other.
While speaking to you this week it has been great to hear what you have been up to. Oak Academy seems to be working well for some of you while others are appreciating the creative nature of the new curious curriculum theme.
Beth emailed me a poem she had written and I was able to print it out and pop it on the display board. Can you spot it? Have you got anything for the board?
Harry and Nancy have their own clever way of diplaying their work. What does your home school look like?
Kyron was busy with his Oak maths today: as were many of you when I called this morning. Oscar read me a page of a fantastic story he is writing and he has promised to let the rest of us read it when it is finished. Ella told me about her gardening. Elliott is becoming a master at Scratch. Ollie has been baking. There was lots of news that I loved hearing about.
Have a good weekend everyone and look out for updates on “Google Classrooms” next week. Mrs Isaac.
Wednesday 10th June – Calling all Y6 photographers! Please look at the flyer below regarding the diocese leavers service…
How mant of you think they might enter? Let me know if you need help?
Monday 8th June – Happy World Ocean day!
Beth has joined in blue day at home too; did you? What did you get up to? Did you join in with the online activities?
Mia and Ollie have said they are enjoying The Oak Academy learning and sent me some examples of the work they had completed last week. If you are having problems with Oak please let me know.
From Mrs Isaac and Mrs Piggott
Friday 5th June – And a massive “Hello” from the New look Mango Class!
Keep your photo’s coming in so we can share what we have all been doing…
Next week we will be beginning our new curious curriculum “I wonder what we can learn from the ocean”. To start this off we will be following events on the website below. Remember to wear BLUE on Monday. Send in pictures of you for the class boards!
I hope you have had a great week and are looking forward to the weekend. I have attached the new home learning for week 7 below, any problems please email me. Fingers crossed the weather is sunny as we are laying a patio this weekend.
Let me know what you get up to so we can share with everyone…
Thursday 4th June – Y5, we have started the Lockdown PGL board today but only 3 entries so far…
Wednesday 3rd June – Hey there Mango Class. Some of us have returned to school this week and have enjoyed the structure of being back in class. We have been following the Oak Academy programme plus having some creative and sports time.
I’ve had some great photos from Oscar who completed his alternative PGL over the half term holiday.
Kyron sent me his holiday news and has tried the Oak Academy learning too.
Look out for new creative learning next week linked to a special day on Monday… more details on Friday.
Just to finish off today and in honour of it being Finley’s birthday … a little treat from last year … Take it away boys…
Take Care, Mrs Isaac and Mrs Piggott
Monday 1st June – How has your morning gone? Did you sign into Oak National Academy and try the lessons? Let me know how you got on…
Morning everybody! Here is the new weeks learning for you, any problems please contact me by email.
Sunday 31st May – Well I hope you have all had an enjoyable half term and are ready for our new term, whether you are coming back into school or continuing with your learning at home. I have some photos from Harrison‘s alternative PGL to share and a video that Beth and Jess made. Please check back here tomorrow for the new home learning…
Enjoy the last of your evening and I’ll see those of you who are coming into school tomorrow and for those of you who are home learning, I’ll be looking forward to sharing your learning soon. Mrs Isaac
Friday 22nd May
I wanted to wish you all a happy, relaxed half term next week. When we come back I’ll be posting a structured timetable with web links to help with home learning. I’ll also be able to support via email.
I’ve also received some more excellent work and projects people have been up to. I’m just waiting for permission and then I’ll post them here when we come back.
Catch you all in June!
Thursday 21st May – Morning Mangos! We were busy in school yesterday so I didn’t get to post your lovely photos. We have been busy planning for when some of us can return to school.
I have received a lovely email from Beth telling me what she has been up to. Some lovely photos from Jazmin; one of which includes her pet goat.
Here is Jazmin’s story about Mimi
Kyron and his family have also been very creative; a trip to the beach has resulted in this lovely art work.
That’s all for now – Enjoy the sunshine! Mrs Isaac
Monday 18th May – Sorry a bit late today as I have been busy in school today. Mrs Piggott says hello!
New learning for this week
I recieved some great photos from Harry who has been the first to complete the alternative PGL challenge – well done Harry – He spent two nights in his tent!
Elliott also sent me an update today and he has been really busy at home…
Other great news is that Icklesham continue to be the Primary Leaders in The Virtual School Games – well done to those of you that have taken part. Look out for this weeks challenge coming soon…
Thank you for those bits and I’ve added the learning ideas for this week at the top! Enjoy the sunshine this week – Mrs Isaac
Friday 15th May – Well that’s the end of another week! Thank you for your home learning that you have shared with me. Harrison sent me a video of his favourite car that he had made and he would like me to share it with you.
Are you still clapping to thank the keyworkers on Thursday night’s? Kyron and his family are
Today’s photo gallery includes a book review from Kyron and some photos of Beth and her sister practising some gymnastics in the sunshine.
Here is an activity for those of you who have finished the spelling programme or would like another way to practise your spellings… the answers are included but no cheating!
Lastly, good luck to those of you planning to experience the alternative PGL this weekend. One extra activity you could do was the “Teddy Bear Fancy Dress Competition” – I can’t wait to see all your photos…
Look out for links on Monday for the weeks home learning …
Enjoy the sunshine this weekend and stay safe – Mrs Isaac
Wednesday 13th May – Good afternoon everyone. I trust you are all well? I have a few bits of news for you today. Firstly huge congratulations to any of you who have been competing in the Sussex Virtual Games as look who top of the leader board
Well done to those of you who have help us achieve this – let’s see if we can stay there!
A quick reminder to you as well, please could you send me your answers to the little questionaire that I emailed out to you last week and your letters to Five villages.
So let’s see what we have all been up to this week in our gallery below…
Ollie and his mum used this website to find out about Anne Frank – why don’t you have a look too?
Great work Mango Class, keep the photo’s coming. How many Y5’s are going to take part in the alternative PGL? Perhaps Y6 could join them too… See the link from yesterday for details…
Have a good afternoon – Mrs Isaac
Tuesday 12th May – Attention Y5! Alternative / virtual PGL!
Please see the attached file with a fun idea to try and make up for the fact that PGL has been postponed…
Monday 11th May – well year 6’s what should you have been doing this week? That’s right … It would have been SATS week! I wonder how you feel about not completing them? Happy? Sad? It feels strange for me not having the traditional SATS breakfast with all of you.
So how many of you celebrated VE day in style? It was certainly lovely weather all weekend…
Virtual School Games challenge this week is Football! Here are details of the challenge. I know some of you have already taken part, so well done you! Let’s get some more Mango’s results on the leader board for Mango Class.
I have some great examples of home learning emailed through today. Thank you for all of these.
More of us have been sharing our home learning with our siblings. Here is a video that Lily and Peggy have been busy making about Anne Frank. The video is great; well done to both of you.
Will has made a video about his favourite car – would some more of you like to send me videos you have made? (Please get permission from your adults first though).
Remember to check out BBC Bitesize daily learnning for your year group as they have different lessons each day. Happy home learning…
Good bye for now Mrs Isaac
Thursday 7th May – Hey there Mango Class! Just a quick update with today’s pictures and work sent in to me. I hope you all enjoy the weekend ahead and I look forward to seeing what you have been upto. Remember you can always contact me via email if you have thoughts, feelings or questions…
Some quick links for next weeks learning that I have found useful:
Thank you – Mrs Isaac
Wednesday 6th May – Good morning everyone! Thank goodness the sunshine has returned this week; I think everyone had had enough of the rain last week. I have a couple of updates for you today…
The people at Safety in Action have emailed this over to me; have a look as it may interest you especially if you have been out on your bike more often recently.
Beth has written a fantasic diary entry about experiencing a bombing raid, have a read and maybe “magpie” some of her fantastic ideas. Well done Beth!
So as you are probably aware this Friday is VE Day and we are celebrating 75 years since the end of WWII in Europe. In more normal circumstances there would have been lots of celebrations going on around school and home where we would have come together to commenorate this day. However, this year we are not allowed to meet up with friends and family but we are being encouraged to mark this special occasion at home. Are you planning to celebrate? How will you do it? Here is one idea:
Why not send me your pictures of how you celebrated VE Day? How will you remember this day in history? The pictures would make a great gallery.
Please continue to send me your work / photos/ videos as I really enjoy seeing what you have been up to – Mrs Isaac
Here are some of today’s work I have recieved – Thank you Mango Class!
Ollie has been researching WWII rationing and Finley has written to Five villages to learn about their experiences of WWII. Well done you two!
Monday 4th May – Good Moring Mango class and I hope you are well and had a great weekend. As promised the new home learning has been uploaded. Please have a look at it and I look forward to seeing your results later in the week. Remember any questions please email me.
Just in this morning some extra resources about VE day
Why not ask your families about what they know / remember about your own family and WWII? Maybe you could email or write to some family members who might have their own memories…
Have a good week Mango Class – Mrs Isaac
Friday 1st May – Well it’s a new month and what a difference in weather we are having! What has everyone been up to with the rain this week? Lots of you have been busy working on your school work, spending time with your families, taking on projects around your houses and gardens judging by my inbox.
I have received so many great photos of your week, Mrs Piggott and I have enjoyed looking them all. This week we have been in school and I have had the chance to talk to some of you; it was lovely hearing what you had been up to. Harrison told me about what he had found in his garden, Cody said a quick “Hello”, Summer‘s Grandad dropped lots of work off from Summer.
I enjoy receiving emails from you, today Kyron emailed me his fantastic WWII project, have a read and see what you can learn from it!
Here is Kyron‘s WWII project.
Here is Cody’s review of Good night Mr Tom
and last but by no way least Harrison and Mick leading the Thank you NHS clap. I really enjoyed this!
Have a lovely weekend mango class and keep sending me your photos and videos. There will be new home learning landing on Monday to keep you all busy!
Fingers crossed the sun comes back out! Mrs Isaac
Wednesday 29th April – Buenas Dias, Hola. Que tal? I have been looking at the brilliant BBC Bitesize KS2 website today and found out they teach Spanish! Perhaps you could have a go at practising speaking in spanish today? Who can remember what we’ve learnt in class?
I have recieved great home learning pictures over the past two days which are added to the gallery below. Beth has been busy finding out about and celebrating Anzac day and if you read her work you will too. Liam has been busy practising his goalkeeping skills ready for the school team when we come back. Elliott has made some delicous looking bread. Kyron has been helping his younger siblings with their home learning. Well done to those of you who have kept me updated.
I have also recieved an activity pack from Sussex Cricket (see below) with some cricket based activities for you to download.
Remember to email me with any questions you have and take care Mango class!
Monday 27th April – Good morning Mango class. I hope you all enjoyed the glorious weather over the weekend. I certainly did; I ended up painting the back of my house! Will helped with some DIY as well building a new composter…
So it’s the beginning of a new week and this week I am in school along with Mrs Piggott (who says hello). I would really like to hear from you all by the end of the week, don’t worry if your work isn’t ready to show me just yet just email in to say hello.
I have been sent work from Lily – Rose over the weekend which I’ll add to our gallery. Well done Lily. Will did his clap for carers in his scout uniform this week as it was also St Georges day. Did you join in with the clap this week?
Hope to hear from you and see some of your lovely work soon
Will’s clap for carers this week in scout uniform as it was St George’s day too
Thursday 23rd April – Who knows what day it is today? It’s St George’s day! Who knows the story of St George? Maybe some of you could tell us?
Please have a look at the “Virtual Games” (on the newsflash section of home page) as I think a number of you would be interested in this new activity. Let me know if you sign up.
Today I have been sent more great learning so here’s todays gallery…
Have a read of Rosie’s diary
Right that’s all for today, I am off to enjoy the sunshine
Wednesday 22nd April – Wow what a lot of your photos I have been emailed today! It is great to see the creative ways you have tackled the home learning and kept yourself busy…
Keep them coming please …
Tuesday 21st April – Happy birthday Queen Elizabeth! I wonder what other important dates there are this week? Have you been clapping the NHS on a Thursday evening? If some ofyou are in the scouts or guides you may well have been asked to wear your uniform this week when you clap; do any of you know why? Perhaps you could email me with your ideas…Maybe we could add some photos of you clapping this week to our class gallery?
Why not take a look at https://hourofcode.com/uk/learn today? There are lots of different fun ICT projects for you to get stuck into!
Here is a round up of the lovely photos I have recieved today and some I found; I wonder if you recognise anyone?
Looking forward to seeing more of you all soon.
Monday 20th April – New activities for the new term!
Monday 20th April – Welcome to term 5! I hope you all managed to enjoy the Easter weekend in the glorious weather. How many Easter eggs did you eat? I hope you have had a look at the new home learning for this term? Harry has, as he has sent in his review of Goodnight Mr Tom already!
I have posted a useful link to a maths website that has designed home learning organised into year groups. These may need to be printed but some can be copied out into your home learning books and there are answers included so you can check your work! If you decide to continue to use espresso then the topics this week should include Angles and Lines (lower), Measuring angles (upper), Geometry – position and shape (lower and then upper) – remember you could write down any facts you have found out and email them to me.
I am looking forward to seeing your new learning soon.
Stay safe and keep active
Thursday 9th April – Another lovely sunny day, hope you are all doing something fun? Here is a competition for you to enter if you would like to:
Spring card competition for vulnerable people
Calling all artists and designers…
East Sussex has asked primary school pupils across the county to design a spring card with a message of hope and goodwill that can be sent to people that are feeling lonely and isolated at this time.
The designs should be emailed into school in the first instance where the top 5 designs will be sent off to be printed then sent out to those who need to be cheered up.
Come on Icklesham there are plenty of budding artist amongst us; let’s see what we can do!
Wednesday 8th April – Good morning from Mrs Isaac and Mrs Piggott! We are in school this week along with Mrs Maskell holding the fort and making sure the children that have to come into school are looked after.
Mrs Piggott enjoyed looking at the home learning that you have sent to me over the previous two weeks; I wonder if those of you that haven’t sent your learning could do that today or tomorrow while I am in school so I can post it into our gallery?
After Thursday we are going to be taking a weeks holiday (especially as it is both our birthdays!) and so I won’t be answering emails until Monday 20th April but I will be looking forward to hearing from you from then on wards.
The home learning 2 should be completed by 1st May, if you are having trouble accessing any of it please contact the school by phone and someone will be able to help / get a message to me.
Lastly we’d both like to wish you and your families a very HAPPY EASTER!!!
P.S. Just in from Chartwells who make our school lunches:
Introducing our brand new Youtube Channel, The Super Yummy Kitchen! We have created some short, snappy cook-along videos for children, where they can create fun, nutritious snacks using store-cupboard ingredients.
This offers a novelty opportunity to get hands on with some vibrant recipes that are also child friendly. Who doesn’t love the sound of unicorn hummus, or sunshine toast?
Our videos can be followed at home by subscribing to our channel (click here for our youtube). POST a picture of your children’s creations online, and we will choose a winner of the week in The Super Yummy Kitchen! (Don’t forget to @Chartwells in!)
Monday 6th April – Good Morning Mango Class! Wasn’t that a super sunny weekend, did you all manage to get out in the garden? I wonder who had a BBQ? As promised, today I am going to upload the next installment of home learning activities …
As Mrs Robinson said in her letter last week, it should have been the Easter holidays this week and next so don’t feel like you have to start this now however if having a routine is working for you and your family then by all means start the activities.
The new terms curious Curriculum is “‘I wonder……….what was it like to be a child in WWII”?
I look forward to sharing your work with others on here soon…
Friday 3rd April – The end of another week and a new revamp to the Mango Class page. I have had so many lovely photos to share each day that it’s taking too long to scroll down to see them all. From today, I will add new posts and photos to the top of the page so you can keep up to date on what we’ve all been up to.
I see that quite a few of you are racing through your spelling books so when I am in school next week I will email those of you that have requested the next sets / books. In the meantime why don’t you try some of these from the statutory list for years 5 and 6?
If you like minecraft you maybe interested to know that Mojang have launched an education edition that can be downloaded for free (Search minecraft education edition). It has many different challenges that can be played. Please check with your adult before you download it but Will had fun on it this morning. Let me know how you get on?
Have a good weekend
Morning message from Mrs Isaac
– 2nd April
Wellbeing and Online Safety
Please remember it is important to look after your own wellbeing while we aren’t at school. I bet some of you have been feeling a little bit strange, worried or even a bit frightened about what is going on in the news and wondering why we aren’t at school. Remember to talk to an adult if you are worried. (Grown-ups please check the home page for recommended links to support your child). Why not try Cosmic Kids Yoga at home to help calm your feelings. The pack in the link below also has lots of activities to help you with your feelings.
You may be using the internet a lot more too so it’s important to remember how to stay safe online. Work through the Online Safety section on Espresso (under computing) where there are lots pf activities to remind you of how to stay safe online. Perhaps you could teach a family member about being safe online?
(Grown-ups please check the home page for recommended links to support your child).
Look out for the next home learning coming soon
Good Afternoon Mango Class (update 1st April)
Well I tried to upload the songs we were going to perform this afternoon at LONGITUDE but unfortunately due to licensing laws I was unable to load them on here.
I have recieved more work today and will be posting on here once I have recieved permission to do so.
Hope you are enjoying the sunny weather and getting out for your daily exercise
Keep your photos coming , from Mrs Isaac
Hello Mango Class! Monday 30th March
Well I can’t believe it’s been over a week since we were last at school. Who has been finding it a bit strange?
I have loved getting your emails and photos telling amd showing me what you have been up to.
Will and I are getting into more of a routine this week which is helping with everyone being at home. I have been setting myself small challenges and this week is to see if I can add music to our class web page as we were supposed to be doing something special on Wednesday … Can you remember what it was?
I was emailed a challenge for you guys today from the Hastings Half Marathon people… I’ll upload it so if you want to try it, you can.
I have added more to the gallery below so please check that out!
Stay safe Mango Class
Speak soon Mrs Isaac
Hello from Mrs Isaac
I hope you are all well and making the most of the lovely weather in these strange times by playing outside in your gardens, enjoying spending time with your families and relaxing with activities you enjoy.
Will and I have been busy walking our dog, playing games and doing some TT Rockstars. We joined Joe Wicks yesterday for his PE class; it certainly got our hearts beating! We have watched the next episode of His Dark Materials and can’t wait for the next installment.
I have recieved some photos of the work you have been completing and I will be putting them on here for you all to see…
Can you get a photo emailed to me to go on here so we can see how you have been spending your time?
If you send me anything please indicate whether you are happy for it to be uploaded to website or not.
Anyway stay safe everyone and hopefully we’ll see each other again soon.
From Mrs Isaac
Home Learning pictures
Try this quiz that my sister sent me over from Texas, USA. I couldn’t get all of them… maybe test your family…
We have had confirmation that this year’s PGL will not go ahead … however your payments are to be honoured for next May… Once we have more details I’ll update everyone. Thank you for your understanding.
Morning Mangos! Another activity for you football mad Mangos…
Check this out https://plprimarystars.com/for-families/
Welcome to Mango Class
We are a class of year 5 and 6 children who enjoy making our learning challenging and fun!
Homework is usually set each week. We also encourage children to read regularly at home and practise their times tables up to x12. Having a secure grasp of the times tables makes a big difference to children’s mathematical success. There are lots of ways to practise them, for example saying them, writing them down and online games.
The children should have their PE kit in every day because we do a range of PE sessions across the week.
Mango Class are cooking again
On Friday 31st January the children in Mango Class were cooking again, which the help of Mrs Piggott. The children had to make and cook pitta bread and then a dip to go with it. This time Mrs Barry was our taste tester, she said all of them tasted nice and even went back for seconds.
Mango Class Show Stoppers March 2010
Year 6 SATS guide
Please look at this link for a handy guide to this year’s SATS, you can also download practise papers from here should you wish to.