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Woodbridge Junior School

Happy Children Inspired to Learn

Self Isolation Learning



Reading for pleasure:

Fiction and Non-fiction:

Reading Shakespeare:



Expanding noun phrases:

Using paragraphs:

Using inverted commas:

Using fronted adverbials:

Using apostrophes to show possession:



Watch ‘Girl and Robot’:

Complete the following activities:

  • Watch the film up to the title screen.  Ask the children if they can guess what it is going to be about.  Are there any clues.
  • Watch some more and ask the children to come up with questions.  (Why is she building it? where are her parents? Why is she not at school? etc)
  • The children can collect vocabulary to do with machinery, cranks, pipes, spanners, sprockets and bolts.  They can then use this vocabulary in their written work.
  • Design their own robots and label with descriptions. 
  • Create the bare bones for the story and use these to write a narrative.
  • Create a journal page for the girl, charting her successes and failures over a week.  Perhaps using language to show her frustration.  
  • What happens next?  Children write the next part of the story.  Use the Writing pad to help you.
  • Write instructions for building a robot.

Online Maths Resources

BBC Bitesize Rounding and Estimating

Place Value

Hit the Button

Work on your quick mental maths on times tables, addition, subtraction and number bonds.


White Rose Maths

Week 1:

100’s, 10’s and 1’s, Numbers to 1000, Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

Week 2:

Count in 1000’s, 1000’s, 100’s, 10’s and 1’s, representing numbers activity and a number line to 10,000!

Week 3:

Find 1, 10, 100 more or less, compare 4 digit numbers, 1000 more or less, order numbers, round to the nearest 1000

Week 4:

Count in 25’s