Netherseal St Peter's CE Primary School

Final Term Week 6

Hi Class 1,

I hope you have had a lovely weekend.  Can you believe we have come to the penultimate week of home learning?  This week we will be focusing on our whole school theme of keeping safe, but first, lets have a look at some of the things your class mates got up to last week.

Katie found out lots about light and created a very informative and beautifully presented poster about it:

Taylor enjoyed creating a family tree with his family:

Anna has created a lovely PSHCE poem.

Look at all this work Harry has been completing.

Well done to last week's 'Netherseal Stars of the Week'.  Who will be the penultimate week's stars of the week?

Taylor has created a well presented and informative light leaflet.

This week, our school topic theme is ‘Keeping Safe’, focusing on keeping safe online and being sun safe. There are a range of activities, a creative challenge and an exciting competition for you to enter!


Keeping Safe - Online Safety:

It is really important to keep yourself safe online, particularly while we are using the internet so often for home learning.

Read and complete the online activities, which can be found below:

 Upper KS2 thinkuknow-home-activity-sheet-7.pdfDownload
 Upper KS2 thinkuknow-home-activity-sheet-8.pdfDownload
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Additional books, activities and advice can be found on our online safety page:

Why not….?

  • complete the fun online safety activity pack
  • follow Digiduck and his pals in a story of friendship and responsibility online.  A brilliant resource to help provoke discussions about online safety and being a good friend online. 
  • Read #Goldilocks and complete the related activities

Keeping Safe – Be Sun Safe:

Read the story of ‘George the Sun Safe Super Star’ or watch the video version below.

Sing along to our ‘Sun Safe Song

Choose your activities from the wide range of suggestions in the ‘Sun Safe’ folder.

 Sun Safe Schools Activities.zipDownload
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You could also visit: for additional resources, videos and information.

Sun Safe Challenge:

Can you find an exciting way of showing what you have learnt from all the sun safe activities you have completed? It could be a poem, a film, a playscript, poster, piece of artwork – the choice is yours! The more creative the better. Please send your response to the Sun Safe challenge to



For keeping safe week, I thought it would be a nice idea to say thank you to the people that have helped to keep us safe during the Covid-19 pandemic, so please get inventive and design your own badge to say thank you. Details of the competition can be found by clicking on the image below.

As well as all this sun safe work, if you would like to, you could complete any of the maths and English suggested activities below.  The choice is yours!


Year 5 – over the rest of this week, and next continue and complete reading the last few chapters of Good Night Mr Tom. Then research or invent your own exciting way for completing a book review. I found one where you used an old t-shirt to record your book review, but you decide – the more creative the better.  

You could also complete activities from one of the summer maths and English booklets uploaded below, if you wish too.

 Year 5 Summer English.zipDownload
 Year 5 Summer Maths.zipDownload
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Year 6 - I would like you to focus on transition so visit the Y6 transition page.

You may also all like to get active and have fun doing some P.E.


PE with Derbyshire School Games

The School Games Organiser network and Active Derbyshire are working together to create and publish a weekly programme of activities to help children, just like you, to keep active whilst schools are closed and we are having to stay at home.

This week, they have created a series of activities around 'a family sports' day'!

Open the document below to find a daily activity and lots of tips and guidance on how to do it. There's a bit of a quiz to get you started, then each day, you'll find a challenge. If you keep scrolling down, you'll find instructions and helpful diagrams to show you what to do.

Why not involve your family? You can all keep active and get active together?

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