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



Read Chapter 2. You can use either link to access this chapter:


The Abominables by Eva Ibbotson (9781407132976/Paperback) | LoveReading (


Chapter 2 - The Abominables - YouTube


Think about any new/interesting vocabulary that you come across. Use a dictionary/thesaurus to find the meanings and some synonyms. You can use Thesaurus and Word Tools | WordHippo 


Draw a picture of all of the Yetis and name them.

What do you think they all might look like?

Think about size and any characteristics that you can gather from the text, e.g. Yetis have snub noses.

Annotate your picture using words from the text to i) describe their appearance and ii) describe their personalities.

Year 3 Maths


Today, you will be starting a new topic about different types of graph. The first lesson is about pictograms. Watch this lesson first.


Reading and understanding pictograms (

Year 4 Maths


Today, you will be using your knowledge about area to help with this lesson about making shapes. Here is a video for you to watch first.


Spr4.4.3 - Making shapes on Vimeo



In today’s you will get the chance to explore Anglo-Saxon culture including art, music, legends and poetry. Look at the slides first and then complete the tasks.


If you choose worksheet 5A, draw a picture for each of the chapters in the storyboard to retell the story of Beowulf.

If you choose worksheet 5B, write some text to go under each title in the storyboard and then draw a picture for each chapter to retell the story of Beowulf. Use Story Sheet A to help.

If you choose worksheet 5C, create your own storyboard to retell the story of Beowulf, using Story Sheet B to help.


Why not try to work out the Anglo-Saxon riddles. Read the riddles on the Riddle Cards and then check if you were correct on the Riddle Solutions sheet.