Wylye ValleyCofE VA Primary School

To aspire to being outstanding in everything we do by always aiming higher.

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




Hotel Transylvania Watch and enjoy this clip from Hotel Transylvania – Welcome to Hotel Transylvania scene:


Hotel Transylvania (2012) - Welcome to Hotel Transylvania Scene - YouTube


Which is your favourite monster in the scene and why?

Write a short paragraph explaining this.

Now read and enjoy this extract from Stitch Head by Guy Bass:


Stitch Head by Guy Bass (9781847151834/Paperback) | LoveReading (


(You will need to register with LoveReading4Kids to view the extract. Membership is free).


Investigate some of the vocabulary that is unfamiliar, e.g. : trundled, toiling, creation, peculiar, administering, rafters, behold, witnessed.

Discuss the meaning of these words with an adult, or use a dictionary to help you understand them.

Discuss these questions together or think about them:

How does Stitch Head feel about the professor creating all these new monsters?

How does the professor feel about creating all the new monsters?


Now, write down the questions and your responses.

Year 3 Maths


Multiplication and Division Problem Solving, Part 2. Remember the different skills and methods you have learned in this unit.

Year 4 Maths


Here is a lesson for you to watch about dividing. 


Short division (Part 2) (


Now, have a go at the tasks on the worksheets.



Today you will be starting a History topic about Anglo-Saxons, Picts and Scots.


You will be studying the archaeological evidence at Sutton Hoo to ask and answer questions.


First of all, read the slides for information about archaeology and Sutton Hoo. When you have looked at the slides, have a go with the task. This is what you need to do:


Look at the Object Cards and the three challenges on the Challenge Sheet (at the end of the worksheet document.

Organise the objects into piles according to each category, then label each category.

List the objects on a piece of paper. You could take a photo when you have sorted the objects into each category. 


If you want, you can choose worksheet 1A, 1B or 1C to complete.