Remote Learning is being delivered daily and you will get information on this daily via the school app weduc.

Humanities  Geography has some great info on different countries and on different environments like volcanoes, tsunamis, rainforests, deserts, climate change, rivers and tornadoes.  History has some great info on the British empire, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Mary Seacole, Tutankhmun and Ancient Egypt, The Victorians and World War 1& 2, Ancient Rome, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, Ancient Greeks and Henry VIII. KS3 geography bbc bitesize has some great information on physical geography topics like weather and climate, coasts, ecosystems, rock landscapes, glacial landscapes, natural hazards, rivers and water. Human geographical topics include crime, development, globalisation, trade and interdependence, population and migration, rural environments, tourism, transport and communications, urban environments, shopping patterns and places. Environment topics include energy and resources, conservation and sustainability. KS3 history bbc bitesize has some great information on topics such as World War 1, Tudors and Stuarts, Normans, The Industrial Revolution, The Middle Ages and World War 2. GCSE Geography bbc bitesize has information on the different examination boards. Choose AQA. Living with the physical environment topics include the challenge of natural hazards, physical landscapes in the UK, Coastal landscapes in the UK, River landscapes in the UK and the Living World. Challenges to the human environment include urban issues and challenges, the changing economic world and the challenge of resource management. GCSE History bbc bitesize has information on different examination boards. Choose AQA. Topics include Elizabeth 1st, The Cold War and Vietnam. Also investigate Britain: Health and the people: c1000 to the present day and America, 1840–1895: Expansion and consolidation.

19th January 2020

Cooking – videos on the healthy parts of the diet, with some science included–ks3-the-secret-life-of-our-favourite-dishes/zmfn92p – facts about some of our favorite dishes and tips on how to make them – How to recipes from around the world (varied difficulty) 

Art Work

15th January 2020

Come and listen to 4.3’s adventure story (personalised) made and read by Meg, Neil and Kelly.

Just for a bit of fun. Can you name the chocolates. See if you can work it out with your families! Answers will be posted in a few days!! Good luck!

Dt and Art work

Monday 6th July

10 activities with a plastic bottle

10 up cycling activities to try with empty plastic bottles. Can you create a carnival of games? Who will win the slalom race? What about a new piece of art work?
Send photos of your upcycled projects.


All science activities are being set through SeeSaw. Please check your SeeSaw accounts for lots of fun and interesting activities to work through. Please email if you are having any issues logging on.

11th May 2020

Morning all. Here’s a fun activity you can try at home that teaches you about where food goes inside your body and how it is digested.

  1. Click this link 
  2. Watch the digestion video on the website.
  3. Try to remember these four organs in order; mouth, stomach, intestines and rectum. Get someone in your house to test you.
  4. Try activity 1 at the bottom of the page, an online interactive quiz.
  5. Try activity 2 if you can find the correct items around your home. Be careful – it could get a little messy!

I’d love to see some of your digestion models!


Hi everyone,
Here are some really interesting clips and activities about pressure that you can do at home.

  1. Follow this link: 
  2.  Watch both videos
  3. Have a go at activities 1 and 2 at the bottom of the page – they are online quizzes. I’d love to know your scores.
  4. If you can, try the pressure in liquids activity at very bottom of the page. You’ll need a few basic things from around the house and potentially help from an adult. If you don’t have some of the equipment don’t worry. Feel free to let me know how you got on or even a picture of your experiment.

Practical Maths – Measure Forms 

practical maths measure

Maths activities to teach measurement including length, weight, time, capacity and money. These are activities that use household items. Please email if you have any questions or photos of the activities in action. 

Scavenger hunt activities indoor and outdoor

Educational games and activities online

Daily phonic session on Ruth Miskin Youtube channel. Follow the link for daily coverage and timings.

The link has sheets but you don’t need to print them off just use them for ideas to create your own time capsule. Include letters, photos, drawings, poems, hand prints go for it.

Join Neil in his dance to the well known Young Voices classic “This is me”. Post your videos to show us your perfected moves (can you beat Neil’s expressions?). Watch out for the next dance section to learn.*Remember this weeks PE competition is also dance, send your video to to get your entry in.

Hi all,
Hope you are all staying safe. Here is a story for our stay at home super heroes; Captain America read by Joy

Hi All something to put a smile on your faces. Ruth’s sing and sign along “Friend in me”.

Hi All,
Here is the next instalment of our super hero stories. Listen carefully and see if you can answer the questions at the end of the video. Answers will be on the next video.

Hi all, Have you joined the Silly Squads nNational Reading Challenge. It’s not to late to sign up and get involved. It looks fun and motivational. Linked to libraries who are using online tools to keep us reading. Reading can help us access many far away places even if it’s just in our heads why we stay safe at home. 
Many ThanksJoy-anna Dawson
(Please note; I work part time. I work Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.)