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Home learning pre September 2021


The person responsible for overseeing the home learning is Julie Lillycrop.

The Talking Hamster returns.

See you very soon.

Miss Martin, the talking panda.

See you soon!

Mrs Eastes, the talking cat

Stay safe and happy Half Term.

Mrs Lillycrop's Maths competition

My goodness, the sun has been out all morning but look how much snow there still is in my garden! I imagine you would like to play in that?

For a bit of Maths fun enter my competition: how deep do you think the snow is right now where the red arrow is, in cm? Use the cleared path as a clue. Key Stage 2 children can you convert to mm and metres too?

Enter by e mailing me at

The winners and the actual amount will be shared on the website on Thursday afternoon. By e mailing me your parents are consenting to your first name being used on the website if you win.


Mrs Lillycrop.


The competition has now closed. We had lots of entries, thank you. Nobody guessed exactly right, which is not surprising. I thought that there was less than there really was. I don't think it has melted much at all today, either. Before I tell you who the closest people were (the winners) can you work out the answer yourself from this photo?


15cm of snow!


The joint winners are:


Ruby Pu


Isabella B

Well done and thanks to all who entered. It didn't look as much as 15cm did it?

Safer Internet Day 2021

Norfolk advice line can help parents get their device working as needed such as how to turn it into a hotspot.  The Technology support line for people getting started with online services number is 01603 774777.


Once Upon a

Tuesday 9th February is Internet Safety day.
Mrs Eastes is here to read you a story that reminds us all that we should be telling our grown ups when we are online...and NOT to buy things.

Lee and Kim's online safety tips!

Miss Strutt, the penguin.

Mental Health Week 2021.

Mrs Carter, the talking giraffe.

Message for you, children.

Talking Hamster

Please listen carefully.

This document explains our remote learning and explains what parents can expect

Message for you, children.

Still image for this video

Summer 2020: some ideas for the holidays!

Lockdown 2020


Do your children need a bit of help with processing all of this?

Do you need some advice or mental support?


Please see the below resources or e mail Miss Strutt who might be be able to help you.

If you have a concern about safeguarding please contact Miss Strutt and myself ( and the person who sees the e mail first will get back to you. 


Resources for talking to children about coronavirus British Psychological Society tips for talking to young people Newsround video clip for children Tips for families Conic book style story about coronavirus Social story Guide for parents and professionals Animation for older children  A comic exploring coronavirus for young people Comprehensive guide for adults to manage a range of situations related to coronavirus Advice for parents of children with SEN  Advice from The Child Mind Institute   ELSA coronavirus story for children  Parent resources from National Association of School Psychologists Easy read information page about coronavirus


Anxiety Resources (generic and targeted) World Health Organisation advice for maintaining good mental health at this time  To support young people in managing virus related anxiety  Advice for managing the volume of anxiety inducing news  Range of resources from American Psychiatric Association Generic tips from Anna Freud Centre  Generic tips to support good mental health website with activities to support children experiencing anxiety. Their YouTube channel has guided videos with relaxation, deep breathing and meditations List of creative ways to practice deep breathing



After Week 7 Home Learning photos are in the class shields.

Week 7 home learning photos

Home learning photos week 6

Home learning photos week 5

Home learning photos week 4

Home learning photos week 3

Home learning week 2

Home learning photos: Week 1