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Hello everyone!

It’s the end of the Spring Term and what a peculiar ending it is! Well done to all of you who have made the most of the learning activities and suggestions that Mrs Ashby and I have posted for you. We are very proud of you for your motivation and determination to continue to learn, whilst at home in unusual circumstances. Again, another huge thank you to parents who are helping and supporting all the learning at home.


Today’s theme for Wednesday is: ‘We love to read Wednesday’.

Share two of your favourite stories with your family at home. Talk about what you enjoy about them. Your family can share theirs too.


My favourite story is ‘Rebecca’, written by Daphne Du Maurier. It’s about a woman who marries a rich and successful man, and her life seems happy and content; going on holidays abroad and living in a mansion by the sea. However, you soon realise that all is not what it seems. There’s a strange housekeeper, who wastes no time in explaining to the new wife that her husband was married before, to a strong and determined woman. She soon learns that the previous wife drowned….or was she murdered? I like this story because it is full of suspense! The writer uses lots of figurative language and description to get the reader really hooked.


If you are finding that we are putting too many activities on here to be completed in a day, we are more than happy for you to spread some of these out over a few days. For example; the learning theme project could be started in the holidays as there will be no other work set then. Also, the White Rose Maths is further maths for you to complete - you could just watch the daily videos as these are on average only about 8 minutes long and only if you have time then complete the accompanying tasks. Hope that helps. 


Have a wonderful Easter break and remember it’s time for family and fun!


We’ll be back here after the holiday. Happy Easter everyone!


Mrs Ashby and Miss Barrett

Wednesday's Learning Tasks:

  1. Start your day with an Active Start there are some great links in the 'Resources and Weblinks' section on our main class page. One of the links is Joe Wicks - who will be doing a live PE session for children at 9.00am everyday on You Tube. Or visit the imoves weblink.
  2. Read your book for 20 minutes.
  3. Complete a maths quiz on diagnostic questions. 
  4. Maths: Mark your work from last week. Answers are in the ‘Resources’ section. Scroll down to today's date.
  5. Visit Top Marks website and test your knowledge on some of the fun data         handling games! Link in'Resources'.
  6. Further Maths to have a go at! Visit the White Rose website and complete Lesson 3 (Measure with a protractor) for week beginning 30th March (called Week 2). 
  7. Complete the word of the day activities - see below. 
  8. Project - Make a start with your creative project on either the Vikings or the Anglo-Saxons - please look at the resources and web links section on our class page. 
  9. Visit Active learn website and select a maths and a SPAG activity to complete.


10. Science - Have a go at this quiz on materials and states of matter:

1. When a solid changes to a liquid it is called what?

2. True or false? Liquids are easy to compress.

3. When a gas changes into a liquid it is called what?

4. True or false? The particles of a gas are packed tightly together.

5. When solids reach their melting points they become what?

6. True or false? Plasma is a state of matter.

7. When a gas reaches its condensation point it becomes a what?

8. True or false? Solids do not take the shape of the container they are in.

9. What is it called when a solid changes directly into a gas?

10. True or false? Gases are hard to compress.


I’ll post the answers in the resources section later today.

Let me know how you get on.

Good luck!


Remember to build in some quiet time, creative time and outdoor time.

Word of the day

Smuggle / smuggler

  1. What is the definition of smuggle?
  2. Write a question using it.
  3. Write a sentence that includes a relative clause.
  4. Create colourful waterfall writing using the letters in the word smuggler.








You will need a dictionary for the first activity, if you don’t have one use an online dictionary.

We will be welcoming back more pupils returning to school from Monday 29th June with 2 bubbles of Year 1 and Year 5.............We will now have 45% of our pupils back in school but have run out of rooms and staff!.............The school continues to remain open as usual to vulnerable children and children of key workers in Years 2-4 (places are limited) - to book a place please contact the school office via or use the contact form on this website .............Take a look at our Noticeboard to see the activities the children in school have been getting up to.....................Please see the class pages on this website for home based learning activities each day...........................Would you like to work at Millfield? ...Check out our vacancies in the 'About Us' section...........