Wylye ValleyCofE VA Primary School

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"Let your light shine in all you say and do" Matthew 5:16



Read/Listen up to p9 of The Enormous Crocodile (up until ‘… I’ve eaten at least three juicy little children!’):

The Enormous Crocodile by Roald Dahl - YouTube


Discuss what has happened in the story so far. Make a list of the characters which the crocodile has met along the way, what they are doing and eating. Create a fact file, e.g.


Character 1 Name: What are they doing? What are they eating?

Character 2 Name: What are they doing? What are they eating?

Character 3 Name: What are they doing? What are they eating?


Return to the film/story to find these details. Be creative when you make your fact file.


Task 2 (for today and tomorrow)


Here are a couple more crocodile stories that you can listen to:


The Selfish Crocodile - YouTube


The Crocodile Who Didn't Like Water - Give Us A Story! - YouTube


Have a go at writing your own 'Crocodile' story that KS1 children would like to listen to. You could even make it into a book and illustrate it or you could make your story into a comic strip.

Plan your story today, ready for writing and illustrating tomorrow.

Year 3 Maths


Here is a video lesson for you to watch today:


Using arrays to multiply a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number (


When you have watched the lesson, have a go at the worksheet tasks.

Year 4 Maths


Here is your lesson for today.



Mrs Thornton has sent a link for today's Music lesson.


This week, Mrs Thornton would like you to do the rhythm activity.



There are several videos made by PH Sports on YouTube. You can access these video lessons by following the link on PH Sports homepage at Resources for Schools | PH Sports


Here is a suggestion for you to do today:


PH Sports Virtual PE Lessons – Dance and Gymnastics - Key Stage 2 - Week 3 - YouTube


You will also find lots of different activities in the 'Remote Lesson Plans' section. Click on current KS2 lessons for ideas.