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The documents below contain an outline of the activities your child is expected to do while at home until Friday 3rd April. The focus should be maths, reading, writing, phonics and spelling. 

Thank you for supporting your child's learning in these difficult times.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me by e-mail and I will reply as promptly as possible. It would also be lovely to receive messages about how you and your child are getting on at home.

I look forward to seeing you all safe and well soon.

Many thanks,

Miss Bradshaw


PS. No school work is to be completed during the Easter holiday! Instead, enjoy your well deserved family time- maybe you could enjoy the sun in the garden, have a picnic, bake cakes, play I-spy, build a den or help with the gardening!

Home learning activities to be completed after the holiday will be uploaded below in 2 weekly blocks.

Week 1 & 2 Learning Projects

English - Reading

4 additional reading books have been sent home for your child to read and enjoy. Please read with and to your child as much as possible.

Please complete either a phoneme spotter or comprehension (below) every day.

English - Spelling

Please learn 2 spellings per week day - 10 a week.

English - Writing

Pick one of these to have a go at every day.


Have a go at some of these free science activites.


History and Geography

In History, we have been learning about Toys from the Past. 

Read the information below about toys from the 1980’s and present your learning in any way you wish. You can be creative and carry out an art and craft activity or produce a poster or a powerpoint.


Don’t forget to exercise! Here are some great websites to help keep you active!



Virtual Trips

Even if you can't get out and about, you can visit some amazing places! Take a virtual trip!

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