Nursery Rhymes

One of today’s activities is to sing 5 Nursery Rhymes. Share which 5 Nursery Rhyme you know.

Can you guess these Nursery Rhymes?


Share a little joy!

I know that things are very different for all of us at the moment and that this can be hard for us to understand. Every day we can all find something to be grateful or thankful for and I’d like us to share it with each other. Please comment or email a picture of something that has brought you happiness.

I am thankful that my cat loves helping me with my work!


Year 1 Home Learning

We have enjoyed receiving emails with all of the wonderful work you have been doing at home. Please keep sending them in.

Keep up the great work everybody!


Good Morning

Good morning everyone. This morning you have been writing your bucket lists and it’s got me thinking about what mine would be.

I think I would like to visit a country in every different continent, do a deep dive/snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef, do a sky dive and maybe work in a different country. What would be on your bucket lists?

This afternoon you’re going to complete a self portrait and then design your own board game. We would love to see pictures of your work so send any pictures to

Keep up the hard work!

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Staying fit and healthy at home.

There are a number of great youtube clips to help keep you healthy and fit while at home. Above is Joe Wicks, he has a 30 minute session every school day, but he is not the only one. Below are a number of other places you could visit for a bit of variety….

Just Dance has lots more to offer.

The above link takes you to a new website created by the guys that provide us with the wonderful Connor from City in the Community. It looks great – go and explore.

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Tuesday – though I thought it was Monday!

Hey guys!

I hope you are all well and fighting fit. We will add a Maths problem for you to solve every day, too. Keep your eyes peeled and send answers to the email for Year 5, or in the comments box below.

Enjoy the activities you choose to do today and spending time solving problems with your family.



Please find links below that provide information and support to parents and carers to keep children safe online, particularly whilst we are learning from home.

  • Internet matters – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • London Grid for Learning – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Net-aware – for support for parents and careers from the NSPCC
  • Parent info – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Thinkuknow – for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
  • UK Safer Internet Centre – advice for parents and carers

Take care and stay safe.

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Problems for the day



If you want to go above and beyond your timetable today, try these science questions to revise life cycles.

The link has the questions and mark scheme.


Problems for the day