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St. James' CE Primary School

Welcome to Class Belgium

Belgium children who are going into Year 6 in September 2021 are invited to indicate interest in the residential trip to take place in June 2022. Click here to fill in the form by 28th May.  A £35 deposit to secure a place is payable by 11th June.

We are learning about                                           !

Could you create your own African animal or African scene? Here are some pictures to inspire you!

Below are some links to African folk-tales:

African folk-tales 1

African folk-tales 2

Read a variety of African folk-tales and choose your favourite!

Once you have chosen your favourite, you could retell it using a

                   story board                               or a                  story map.


You could do your own research on Africa and create a fact-file or a poster. Try including

  • famous people & landmarks from Africa
  • the different countries & their languages in Africa
  • various animals & their habitats in Africa  
  • their flag & many more interesting facts!










Below is a link to some maths worksheets relating to Africa and linking to our most recent topics of 'measurement' and 'data handling'. 

African Maths worksheet

Please find below a variety of links to learning resources that you can access from home 

  j2e - Use your 'MyUSO' log-in to get logged in to j2e. Once logged in, find the 'Belgium' file and there is work for you to do. 


 LGFL  - Through logging in to LGFL using your 'MyUSO' log-in, you can find a variety of educational resources including busythings , which is full of Maths, Science, Computing, English and many more fun games and learning aids. 



 Listen to a story read by David Walliams Click  here 

Click here to choose and listen to a story.  


There are also so many amazing learning resources on Twinkl. 
Setting this up is really easy to do - click here
TWINKL and enter your email address, make up a password and enter the offer code 'UKTWINKLHELPS'.



  Top Marks - Many of you loveHit the Button’! 

  Oxford Owl 

  BBC Bitesize