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Week 2 (30th March - 3rd April)

Well done for all of the brilliant work that you have produced and sent us this week - we have enjoyed seeing what you have been up to. For the next two weeks, there will be a grid with multiple activities on it. These are all optional tasks for you to complete if you want to. If you do complete any of these, please do send us photos as we still want to know how you're doing and what you've been up to! 

Reading Billy and the Minpins by Roald Dahl

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Science experiment

Joshua created his own science experiment at home and sent in these photos. He grew a salt Christmas tree using NaCl (table salt) & K4[Fe(CN)6], also known as potassium hexacyanoferrate (ll)

Poetry competition

Today the children were tasked with writing a poem about food waste for a poetry competition. Above are some of the entries that we have been sent so far. Keep up the good work!

Miss James has  been contacted by a member of the Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, who is in need of some art work to put up in the ward to brighten the staff’s day. It has been posted on the Facebook page with the details for sending their creations. The details to send it are:

FAO Melanie Gager
Intensive Care Unit
Royal Berkshire Hospital
London Road

There are some templates attached above but you can draw anything so long as it is brightly coloured, named and has our school name on it.

Could you also email these to us as we have also turned this into a school competition, so each class will have 2 winning entries. All entries will be displayed in the Intensive Care Unit of the Royal Berkshire Hospital. Let's give something back to the NHS by brightening up their days 🌈

Answers for Wednesday 1st April

Music challenge

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Today the children were challenged with changing the lyrics to any song by looking at syllable patterns. Here are some of their new songs - it looks like we have some talented musicians on our hands!

Endangered animals reading task

English - setting descriptions

Answers for Monday 30th March

Passport Challenge - Rome

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Hello everyone. Well done to all of you who sent us some amazing work last week! Make sure that you are recording it in your homework books and email us if you’re unsure about anything. We may not reply straight away but we will reply. Leave anything that is too tricky and please continue to do your best with the our ‘Geography Passport Challenge’ as we are enjoying seeing the work that you produce from this. Stay safe.

Nightingale Class, Mr Lathia,


Magpie Class, Miss Thompson,