Dr Walker's Church of England Primary School

An Exceptional Place to Flourish

Friday 8th

Don't forget please email us any work! We'd love to see it.


Add to the diary you started yesterday. Write two sentences you did yesterday.


Collective Worship- Thankfulness

Today's the day we celebrate what we have done this week. Take a look back over the week and have a think about something you are proud of. 

Don't forget to check back later for Star of the Week.



Thank you, Lord, for the blessings you have bestowed on my life. ... You have given me family and friends who bless me every day with kind words and actions. They lift me up in ways that keep my eyes focused on you and make my spirit soar. Also, thank you, Lord, for keeping me safe



Today we are just going to have a recap  of all the Phase 3 sounds we have learnt so far. How many could you remember? Can you find anything in your house that contains those sounds?


Phonics Digraphs Phase 3 Phonics


Ask your grown-up to read you these tricky and high frequency words to you. How many can you spell correctly?

Year 1: Phase 3

Year 2: Phase 4

EXTRA CHALLENGE: How many of the phase 5 words can  you spell?



Year 1: Patterns with 2D and 3D shapes

Now its time to have some fun with the shapes we have been learning about. Have a watch of the video below and then complete the task.


Can you draw a picture of something out of 2D shapes? Can you build something out of 3D shapes you may find around your house?


Don't Forget we would love to see anything you make and draw through email. 


Year 2: Mixed addition and subtraction activity

Have a watch of the White Rose maths video below. Once you have watched this go back over any of the sheets this week that you think you may need more help with.

Big Question: Do we need rules?

Talk to someone in your family about the questions below.

What rules do we follow?

What rules do you think we need to follow?

Can you think of your own rule?



Science: Living, dead or never alive

Can I organise things into living dead or never alive?

Have a look at the power point below that teaches us about how we know whether something is living, dead or never alive. Some things might surprise you. For instance did you know that a stick used to be alive but is now dead?

Once you have had a quick look at the power point have a look around your house or your garden and see what you can find to put into the categories. Below is a sheet you can fill in with pictures, words or even the items you find.


Can  you explain to a family member why you have put the items you have under each category?


Don't forget to stay safe and happy!

Also we would love to see some of your work