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




Don't forget to keep practising your phonics.


Read Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae:


Commotion In The Ocean by Giles Andreae - YouTube


Ask your child about their favourite creature in the book and go back to that verse. Read again joining in. You could create actions to enhance the reading too!


Using the information that you found out about yesterday, either create a new verse for the poem or compose a fact file about them, e.g.


The Great White Shark


The great white shark likes to swim in water that is cool near to the coast.

Some of them can be as big as a bus!

hey are grey and have a white belly.

Their teeth are really sharp and shaped like triangles too!


Remember to use capital letters and full stops. Use ‘and’ and ‘but’ and include an exclamation mark, too.


Adults: encourage use of phonics to help with spelling.

Year 1 Maths


Watch this lesson before you get to work on today's Maths tasks.


To use the 'Make ten' strategy to subtract a 1-digit number from a teen number (Part 1) (

Year 2 Maths


Here is a lesson to hep you with today's Maths tasks.


To compare lengths and heights of objects (



This week's Art lesson is a whole school challenge!


The title of your piece of art will be 'From My Window'.


Choose a window in your house. It could be your bedroom window, the window in your lounge or kitchen. 


For safety: Whichever window you choose, make sure you can see out of it safely. You do not need to lean out of or open the window to see your view.


Your task today is to create a picture of the view from your window. Here are some ideas to help you decide how you are going to create your artwork:

You can sketch your view using different marks and shading with a pencil.

You could produce a picture using black pen.

You can paint your view.

You could even make a collage using coloured paper, fabric or any other materials. (If you choose to do collage, make sure you ask a grown up if it is okay to use the materials you have chosen.)


The choice is yours! We look forward to seeing your creations.

And finally...


Have a good half term break!