Templars Primary School

Home Page

Templars Primary School

Home Page

Home Learning

Knowledge organisers help you to know things. They show you the key vocabulary and key knowledge for each subject. You will know all of this content by the END of the term or year but you might not know it all yet. Click  below  to take you to your year groups knowledge organisers and check what you know already. This will help you with your home learning too. 

Spring Theme - the planner below has some activities to choose from. You can decide how to present them and which ones to do. There is enough work here for two weeks. Complete them on Seesaw or do the work in your home learning book, take photos and upload on Seesaw. Use the links and knowledge organisers to help you. 

Click on the images below to visit Our Virtual Classrooms for Meditation, French, Computing & P.E.





While you are at home, having fun, keeping active and mindfulness are really important. Try one of Miss McLean's brain breaks when you feel you need to.

Computing Activities to choose from - at least one per week

PE - It is very important to exercise every day for both our bodies and minds. Here is Day 1's PE lesson

Click here for days 2,3,4 and 5. You can repeat in the second week and maybe try a harder level.

Tell somebody what you can remember about last terms theme. The more we make ourselves remember by moving things to our short term memory from our long term memory, the more our knowledge grows. 








Think back through your time in class and or what you already know. What can you remember about the Great Fire of London? You could write a list, draw some pictures, create a mindmap.

Click on the link to find out about the subject you are learning about today and why it is important.


Look back at the knowledge organisers to help remind you of things that you have learnt which might help you with your new learning. We want you to know all of these things by the end of the term.






Click on the link for information that will help you learn this knowledge


These links may also be useful – make sure you search for the Great Fire of London:


Below are two search engines that use Google's safe search, which helps to filter out inappropriate websites, images and videos.

Pick one of these activities to complete. It might take you longer than one lesson.





  • Describe what Pudding Lane looked like before, during and after the fire
  • Using Samuel Pepys to help you, write from a child’s point of view how you felt in the fire – what could you see, hear, smell, taste, touch?
  • Write an acrostic poem for the word ‘FIRE’ or ‘LONDON’
Welcome to our website!