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Are you missing Spanish? Looking for a different challenge. If so, have a look at some of these videos, produced by Lightbulb Languages.

(The same videos can be accessed directly on you tube on Clare Seccombe’s You tube channel).


Here is also the link to a starter pack of worksheets on Twinkl




Try a new physical challenge

Follow the instructions for the 60 second challenges below. Check your current score against the scales and then set yourself a sensible target 🎯 for improvement. Can you achieve it?


If you enjoy these, look at the following link to find more challenges.



This June, join thousands of people taking part in our annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild! The Wildlife Trust want you to do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month: for your health, wellbeing and for the planet. 

You’ll get a free, downloadable pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!). For extra ‘bonus’ items, keep an eye on your emails for additional, fun activities, from instructions for baking hedgehog cupcakes to a beginner’s guide to wildlife photography.



How are you feeling? Compile a playlist for your current mood. Your playlist should contain a minimum of 5 songs. Give your playlist a name, describe the overall vibe of your playlist and maybe think 💭 why you chose these. You could make yourself a dance routine to one and teach to your family. 

If you are feeling brave, share them on our Chatty Space blog. To listen to our happy playlist from morning work, click on the music notes below. 


  • Purple Mash- another logo challenge will be set as a 2do after the holidays. There is a video tutorial that explains the task clearly. This one is called Viking Village.  You might also want to research who the Vikings were and what happened during this fascinating period of world history.



  • Practise your sketching - use the Sketchbook Art Skills or Zentangles ideas below


  • Project - take the time away to complete a project on a subject of your choice. The outcome is up to you. If it is written, please remember the joins, spelling and punctuation. However, it can be creative e.g. a model, sculpture, painting, PowerPoint presentation etc... If you want to you could share this when we return.


  • BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons launched on Monday 20th April. There will be different lessons each day for a variety of subjects, including a video and suggested activities. This week's page has lessons for History, Geography, Science, Music and Well Being. Use this link to access the Year 5 lessons:


  • Newsround is a great resource to help you explain things to your child and keep up to date with other world and local news. 


  • Would you like to create a time capsule? Use the resource below to help.


You ask, we find! Thank you to Lacee who asked for an offline version of coding. The activity below should explore similar skills as the online Logo tasks. If you enjoy this, there’s a range of other off-screen computer tasks available on the web link below.

Staying in is the new going out!

While many attractions were closed and we had to stay in our houses and gardens, we planned a series of field trip ideas for us to share. There’s was no compulsory task. If you wish to chat about it, visit the Chatty Space blog or there is a blank postcard on Purple Mash to tell us about your trip!