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Welcome to our class page and it is where you can find information, pictures, videos and website links about what Woodpecker class have been doing and learning about.


The most recent pictures and updates will be at the top of the page but feel free to scroll down to have a look at earlier posts in the year smiley

Mysterious events witnessed in our school grounds!

In response to the mysterious events in school recently, the children have written letters to the School Governors, The Parish Council and the Neighbourhood watch to report what they have discovered and to find out if anyone else has noticed anything that may lead to the finding the culprit.

Summer Term Homework Menu

A weekly overview of learning, live Zoom sessions and daily plans will be e-mailed out to the families of Woodpecker class via our class e-mail.


Please contact Mrs Smyth through this e-mail address if you require support with the home learning plans and resources.


We are here to help and would like to work with you to continue the learning of Woodpecker class children during this Lockdown period.





Woodpecker Home Learning Overview

Get your Sumdog Passwords ready for the Somerset competition starting 23rd April 2021! 



Woodpecker Class Curriculum information for parents

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Today, we learnt about Armistice Day. We created poppy paintings to remind us what the symbol of the poppy means.

Aztec patterns.

We wrote newspaper reports to warn others about the chocolate theft! Watch out for chocolate hand prints, purple fur and large foot prints!

Chocolate Theft at School! These are the photos we took whilst gathering evidence. The chocolate monster made such a mess and stole Mrs Smyth's chocolate stash!

We have been following a range of instructions today in literacy and thinking about the skills that are needed to be able to follow them effectively.

We have been learning to draw people accurately using eggs and sausages! Have a look at our sneaky and scary monster poses!

Partitioning in maths

WANTED - Chunk! Have you seen this huge chocolate monster? He's been stealing chocolate treats from around Mark. Keep your chocolate locked up!