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If your child is isolating


If your child is isolating at home, paper work packs are available from the school office. Also, a range of work including maths and English can be accessed online at: 

The Book of Hope

The Book of Hopes is a completely free collection of
short stories, poems and pictures.

The collection, published by Bloomsbury, is dedicated
to the doctors, nurses, carers, porters, cleaners and
everyone currently working in hospitals.

Over 100 children’s writers have contributed including
Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and
Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo and Jacqueline

It is a really nice thing for families share, best
suited to KS2 upwards.


Keep Moving while you are safe at home, try out some of these activities from imoves.


Miss O'Shea

PE Leader

Please find below a list of websites which link to activities that can be accessed at home which are not year group specific.
Below is a link to First News, a newpaper written for children, try sharing this newspaper with your family.

Then there was 4!

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We have a butterfly!

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We are still waiting for the butterflies to emerge... keep checking back at this page!


The caterpillars are in their new home.

All 5 caterpillars are working hard.

The caterpillars are starting to build their cocoons!!

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Day 11

They are getting massive!!! 

Day 8

Day 7

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Day 6


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They are getting very big now. 

Day 4

They are doubling in size everyday. They aren’t very active today. Think they are too full to

move just like the Hungry Caterpillar in the story. 

Day 2 31.3.20

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The caterpillars are awake. They already look bigger. The sludge at the bottom of their pot is their food. Keep an eye on it over the next week as they eat more and more of it.

Baby Caterpillars 🐛


Hello everyone. This is Mrs Peake. My family were very lucky to have a delivery of five baby caterpillars this morning. At the moment they are very tiny and hardly moving after their long, cold journey to our house. Soon they will wake up and start eating and get much much bigger. Do you know what they will turn into soon? Keep coming back to this page and I will post pictures and videos so you can see how they are getting on. 

If you have any questions, or would like to tell me anything you know about caterpillars, please email me at