Look at our wonderful artwork. Can you spot the animal in the camouflage pictures? Recognise anyone from their self-portrait?

  What a wonderful time we had at Robinwood. The children pushed themselves mentally and physically from high-wire antics to problem-solving challenges. Fears were faced and future leaders emerged.

Christian Values day

We worked in the hall for the day so our classroom could be used for an exciting learning journey activity (linked to the Lord's prayer) for all the juniors to attend. In the hall, we wrote our own prayers, devised comic strips about prayer, created large paintings of the winning banners for our three school Christian values - Friendship, Trust and Forgiveness and creatively came up with dance routines based on the Lord's Prayer.

Celebrating Roald Dahl's 100th birthday

 The whole school were invited to dress up as a character form one of Roald Dahl's books. We looked great and had fun carrying out lots of Roald Dahl theme activities too, such as: creating a parachute big enough to hold James's giant peach and using our collage skills to create large group collage of Willy Wonka.

Suggested websites to help with any home-based work



Check out the above link for writing examples, tips and games.

Spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG)



These sites provide activities that let you practice your spelling, punctuation and grammar, with games such as alien hangman and collective nouns.



This website has a range of games to help you practise your mental maths, including speed challenge and ghost blasters.



A good link to arrange of Science topic video clips and activities.


A range of fun games


Test your skills with these multi-level maths puzzles, action and memory games.


As always, I love to know about any extra work you've been doing at home. If you try any of these activities or do any work at home, do come and tell/show me.


Mrs. M :)