Inspiration from everyone

Once again, thank you all so much for sending in your amazing work. You’ve shown so much resilience this week and you’ve kept going, producing some brilliant pieces of writing, Maths, research and artwork. Please do keep sending it what you can and we will share it all once we’re back to school.

Here are just a few more examples! 

Congratulations, Laqesha!

Huge congratulations to our very own Laqesha, the winner of the “Show Racism the Red Card” writing competition. Her amazing poem fighting against injustice was read and loved by a panel of judges who chose her as the winner from Years 1 – 4.

We are very proud of her at Devonshire Road and can’t wait to see her attend the competition ceremony in the future!

More Home Learning

It has been so wonderful to continue receiving so much brilliant home learning from the children. It’s been especially touching to see the children reflecting on our current situation with their writing and design ideas, too. Thank you so much for all your hard work; keep it up and remember to spend some time in the sunshine!

Wonderful Work from Home

Thank you so much to all the children who are working hard at home with their help of their families to keep their learning going – I have already received some fantastic work and I am so proud of your efforts! Keep it up and please do keep sending your wonderful writing/drawing/typing/photos and videos!

Home Learning

For the period of Home Learning, please continue to complete the daily/weekly tasks that have been set by the class teacher.

If you have lost your sheet, you can access an online copy from here.

Alternatively, please see the images below.


Many thanks for your support during this time.

A Day with Michael Eastwood – the amazing Egyptologist!

Year 4 have absolutely loved our Ancient Egyptian history topic this half term, and we have been lucky enough to have visits from the highly-knowledgeable and talented Michael Eastwood. Michael has studied Ancient Egypt from a very young age and has been sharing some fascinating facts to broaden and strengthen our understanding.

Come back later on to see the children become ancient Egyptians and wrap up a mummy!