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Westglade Primary School

Westglade Primary School

Grow, discover & blossom

School Values

  • Resilience
  • Creativity
  • Kindness
  • Excellence
  • Respect
  • Honesty

CURRENT - Summer 1

Hi Hedgehogs! Click on the flowers above for each week's work. You will find activities for maths, writing, reading, science and spelling. Stay safe!


You can also find dance videos with Mrs Bathgate on the P.E page on our website :)



50 Year 1 books to read

Learning Challenge - What is hiding in the woods?

Photograph linked to art

If you do go out with your families for daily exercise, you could take a photograph of the woodland area for art linked to our learning challenge. Otherwise, see if you can take a photograph of your garden and see if you can draw what is in your picture. You could use pencil, crayons, felt tips, pens, paint if you have it. Whatever art materials you have at home are great. If you do not have access to a camera, you could practise drawing from what you can see. Think about the different shapes and patterns you may see. If you want to use the photograph above to create your art, that is great too!

Geography - Aerial Photographs

Take a look at the example of an aerial photograph above. Imagine you are a bird flying in the sky, this is the view they may have. What can you see in the photograph? Can you find our school, Tesco, fields, our school woodland area? How does it look different to what we usually see? What can we use to help us know what the buildings are?

Sherwood Forest Aerial Photograph

How is our local area different to Sherwood Forest? What similarities and differences can you see in the photos?


If you have access to the internet, you can type different locations into google maps and click on satellite to show the aerial view.

D&T this half term

As part of our D&T this half term, we are asking you to design and make, if you can, a bird feeder for the garden. Birds like to eat a variety of seeds. You may have seen bird feeders that have already been made, or have one already in your garden. I have uploaded an idea of how to make them using lard, seeds and string, as well as recycling plastic bottles. It would be great to hear if they are successful and the birds enjoyed them. Post a message on our blog.

Pine Cone Bird Feeders

Bird feeders using plastic bottles