Welcome to Hungerford Bridge Class!


Our teaching team are:

Miss Agyemang -  class teacher

Mrs Jones - class teaching assistant

Home learning – Easter Holidays

April 5, 2020



Here are some suggested activities.

Home learning-Easter holidays



30 day free trial

Book trust:

Oxford owls:

Sign up for free using an email address and get access to a range of free

e-books. Choose your child’s age range and away you go

You can also choose specific texts e.g. non-fiction.

The whole website gives you, as parents, an insight into the skills required by your children to read and understand.

Phonics/ spelling

Choose phase 5 or 6 phonics


Don’t forget that we have already learnt about:

  • Number and place value (inc counting in 2,3,5,10’s)
  • Addition and subtraction
  • Multiplication and division
  • Money
  • Time
  • Shape (2d &3d)
  • Fractions
  • Length


You could use the attached twinkl log in to access a multitude of games, worksheets and resources to support the revision of these areas.





If you fancy taking part in some physical activities at home have a look at ‘Real PE’.  The school uses these resources and now the company have offered parents an opportunity to try some of the activities at home during school closures.

It’s really simple:

Log into:

The website address is: 
Parent email:
Password: howardprim


Then choose which activity you would like the children to take part in.  There are a variety of activities you can do throughout the day if you wish.

If you log onto facebook and join their closed group-you can then post photos of you and the family taking part in these activities.  They have weekly competitions with winners announced on their facebook page.  There are all sorts of different prizes so have a go!

Facebook: Join our real PE at home – tips & ideas


Well being

Health and Well-being-

Click on the link below and you will be sent through to some amazing resources that will help create routines for children at home and different things children (supported by parents/carers) can do to keep happy and healthy-including looking after their emotional health.  All you have to do is click on the link and the activities will be there.   Have a look at the well-being wheel-5 different daily tasks to keep your mind and body healthy during this difficult time (Day 6).  This is updated daily so will be useful to keep looking back at the website whenever you can.


Supporting children’s mental health – Harold’s Daily Diary  
Harold the giraffe is posting daily ideas.  This is going down really well, particularly with younger children.



(use the twinkl code to access these resources)



Sign up and use your email address. Use this code to get free access to a huge amount of resources

Lego challenge:


Harry Potter:


Oxford owls:


Most importantly, stay safe…

Ms Brown and Ms Agyemang

It’s World Autism Awareness Day!

April 2, 2020

Today is World Autism Awareness Day!

We all know someone who is on the Autistic Spectrum. What can we do to understand and support a friend, a colleague, a relative who has autism? The most helpful thing we can do is to understand what autism is and how it can affect people.

Watch the animation video to find out key aspects of Autism. What can you take from that?

Then watch the second video which contains lots of practical tips. What tips would you put into practice to support someone with autism in your class, family, place of work, neighbourhood?

Understanding is the first step to acceptance. As we say at Howard Primary School : we are all different, we are all equal!

If you have any questions, please get in touch :

Many thanks

Mrs Pollington