Packington Church Of England Primary School

– with Jesus as our guiding light.

Welcome to the Owls Home Learning Page.

Hello everyone and welcome back to a new school year. I know we are all disappointed that we cannot be together in school at the moment but we need to make sure that everyone is safe and well.

This is the page where your daily learning tasks will be added for you to look at and try to do at home. I know not everyone can do their work at the same time but I know my fantastic Owls will always try their best.

Each day I will hold a Teams meeting at the following times:

  • 9:05 - 9:25 am Registration and introduction to activities
  • 10:55 - 11:15 am Catch up and activity introduction
  • 2:40 - 2:55pm End of day catch up and feedback.

   If you are able to join in any of the meetings that would be great. If you can't don't forget you can email me or message me on Teams.

Thank you

Mrs Dyche

Here are the programmes being shown on CBBC and the iPlayer this week.

Have a look and see what you think.

Lockdown Forest WK2

Monday 25th January 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to a new week of learning. I hope you had a good weekend, and maybe got chance to go out in the snow.

This week we are going to start to look at some traditional stories from India. Like any traditional story they have been told over a long time and they may have been changed slightly each time they were retold. 

English: The Monkey's Heart

Our first story is about a meeting between a crocodile and a monkey. I will read it through on TEAMS and the text is below for you to read too. When you have read or listened to the story can you answer my questions?

Maths: White Rose (WEEK 3)

Year 3: Divide 2-digits by 1-digits (3)

The worksheet is below with answers so you can check your work. 

Year 4: Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2)

The worksheet is below with answers so you can check your work.

PSHCE: Keeping safe, lesson 3 The Risk Robot

Today you need to use the Risk Robot to help you decide whether situations are high, medium or low risk. Look at the scenarios below and say what level of risk they are and why. To help you consider these questions for each scenario.

  1. What is the situation?
  2. What is the risk level? 
  3. How can I make the situation safer? 
  4. Which of these would be the safest? Why?
  5. What is the risk level now? 

Here are the scenarios:

  • Crossing a busy road
  • Drinking from an unlabelled bottle
  • Climbing a tree
  • Riding your bicycle on the road
  • Playing near a railway line
  • Singing in front of the whole school
  • Playing in the school rounders / netball / football team 


Year 3

Year 4

Year 3 Answers

Year 4 answers