Friday 3rd April

Hello everyone!

Last day of the week before the Easter holidays – not that there is a lot to do in the holidays, but I’m sure some of you will be glad to have no work!

Thank you to those children who shared all their work this week, it looks fantastic. Please visit the pictures on this page to see some of their creative work and writing!

I have discovered an amazing NEW ACTIVITY that you can do on your phone, which will keep you entertained for hours, especially over the Easter holidays. You will be able to view 3D animals in your home!! Follow the instructions below:

  1. Type in an animal’s name into Google on your phone/tablet.
  2. Scroll down a little and press view in 3D.
  3. This brings up your camera.
  4. Move the camera around like it tells you to.
  5. 30 seconds later, you have an animal in your house!!
  6. You could take a picture of this, or you could even get in the picture with it!!

You can also find a:

Tiger, Lion, Cheetah, Shark, Hedgehog, Duck, Emperor penguin, Wolf, Angler fish, Goat, Rottweiler, Snakes, Eagle, Brown Bear, Alligator, Horse, Shetland Pony, Macaw and whatever other animal that comes up as 3D that you search.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.


Today’s activities:

Joe Wicks live workout at 9am!



Let’s see how Harold, our friendly giraffe, is getting along and what he’s up to today.

Every day he’ll be giving positive, fun messages about what he’s doing to stay happy and healthy while he’s off school, separated from his friends. Some ideas are:

  • Taking regular exercise
  • Being creative
  • Helping others
  • Connecting with others – in ways that are safe
  • Mindfulness – learning to enjoy the moment, here and now.


Task: Spend time looking at the activities Harold has taken part in this week and take time to try some of them. Reflect on this week: what have you done well at? What have you perserved at? What other school values have you shown this week?



  1. Add to your diary.
  2. Edit/continue any writing that you didn’t manage to finish.



  1. Complete the timetable test & time yourself – the document is attached to the bottom of the page.
  2. Complete the ratio and proportion page in your achieve 100 books.



  1. Ask a family member to test you on your spellings, or write the 10 words down and self-mark.
  2. Complete noun phrases (pg 30 for most children) and commas (pg 46 for most children) in your achieve 100 book.



30 mins cosy read.



A cross-curricular activity! There are two activity options for this task, if you want to complete both then you can.

Option 1:


The cross is a symbol of hope.  Even death was not the end for Jesus and that is what the celebration of Easter is all about.  





Using items in your household create a cross and post a picture on class dojo with a caption – this could be your favourite saying, or a phrase from the Bible. If you would like more ideas, click on the ‘In Another Place’ Facebook link

Option 2:

This activity message comes from Liz at Asda Cockhedge:

“To Brighten Your Day

If you are bored and feeling blue, here’s something I would like you all to do:
Take a pen, crayons, paintbrush and make a picture but don’t be in a rush!
Post them to me as we would love to see,
We will put them in our windows to display,
For all our communities to see and hopefully make someone’s day!
Share this far and wide and let’s make sure we make people feel happy inside.”

Post to:
Liz Cotterill
Asda Warrington Cockhedge Centre

You can also share your work on class dojo – let’s brighten up our class story page!



Continuing our issue on ‘The Future of Healthcare’, you are going to complete session 2 which is attached to the bottom of the page. It is better if you do the BNC activities as a family for that greater level of discussion, if no one is able to join in with this then why not log onto the Burnet News Club and find a discussion post to comment on.


Creative task:

Using food in your house, can you create your own tree snack! This person has use grapes and I think Twiglets or breadsticks. Obviously, you can eat it once you’ve taken a picture and share it on class dojo!!








 Enjoy today. Be creative. Let your light shine!
 Enjoy the holidays as best as you can. Speak to you all soon. X

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