Dr Walker's Church of England Primary School

An Exceptional Place to Flourish

Learning activities set 4th May 2020

First of all I want to apologise for any confusion about what happened to the work from this week. Something went a bit wrong somewhere along the line and we are going to try and bring it all back as soon as we can.

We will put up as much of it as we can, but feel free to look at the work set for the 11th May in the meantime.


Mr Evans


Chapter 7 Varjak Paw

Chapter 8 Varjak Paw

Chapters 9 and 10 Varjak Paw


As well as making sure you get onto Sumdog, there are two tasks for Maths again this week. A maths of the day activity and the next sessions on the White Rose website.

I've chosen activities that link to what you have already been learning in Maths for extra practice.


Year 3 - Yours is Shopping Problems.

Year 4 - Yours is also called Shopping Problems!




Have a look at the picture below of King Tut, one of the more famous pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. We would like you to try and draw a picture of King Tut.

Remember to try and sketch lightly first, so that if you aren't happy with a part you can rub it out more easily and change it.

Try to think about the shading (the light and the dark parts) and try to shade your picture to make it look more 3D.



For DT this week we want you to try and make your own Ancient Egyptian Pyramid, using some of the materials you may have at how.  Try to be as creative as possible about it and remember to send pictures to us.

Below is a link that may help give you some ideas to get you started (though you may need an adult with some of these).

We would also like you to have a go at some Egyptian cooking! I've added a link to a recipe below, have a go and let us know what you think!



The first task for science this week is to identify the different types of teeth in the human mouth and what they are used for.

You could write the information and paragraphs for this or you could draw and label a diagram, including the information for each of the types of teeth.

How do different animals use their teeth to eat? | BBC Teach

Task 2: Fireworks in a glass.


Have a go at the fireworks in a glass experiment. Don't worry if you don't have all the items you need straight away, have a go when you can.



For History this week, we want you to research and write about Tutankhamun. You could show your information in a number of different ways.

Below are some questions that might help get you started and give you some ideas of what to look for.



In Geography we want you to make a guide to rivers around the world. Write down some key and interesting facts about a selection of rivers in different countries.

The link below gives some example famous rivers around the world and some information about each one (though I am sure you can make it more interesting).



Computing this week is to add a picture to your Wiki page.  This could be something you have done, something you have made or something you might have seen while you have been out for exercise.


Join in with another of Myleene Klass' lessons below!

The one where we listen to the melody, then repeat, sing and clap!



Dance with Oti Mabuse


Either that or try a different PE activity. If you find a good one, let us know so we can share it with everyone else.

HARRY POTTER 30min kids dance class Oti mabuse and Marius Iepure



Have a look through this Holy Book powerpoint as we continue to explore Christianity. Remember to discuss it and share your ideas with people at home!



Task 1: Journaling, What am I grateful for?


Task 2: Look outside a window and focus on one thing that you see. Draw it without using a normal pencil.


Jesus, you are good and wise

I will praise you when I rise.

Jesus, hear this prayer I send

Bless my family and my friends.

Jesus, help my eyes to see

All the good you send to me.

Jesus, help my ears to hear

Calls for help from far and near.

Jesus, help my feet to go

In the way that You will show.

Jesus, help my hands to do

All things loving, kind, and true.

Jesus, guard me through this day

In all I do and all I say.