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Zoom Cricket


If you want to join us for zoom cricket, here is what you will need...


  • A bat (cricket bat preferrable but tennis racket can be used to. Hockey sticks if anyone wants a challenge) If at home and they don’t have these, try a big pan, chopping board or broom handle
  • 5 cones per person, if at home use suitable targets likes shoes etc.
  • 1 ball each or a rolled up pair of socks.


Worcestershire Cricket is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 512 824 9024
Passcode: Virtual


Can I understand how tallys are used to show information?

Spr3.5.4 - Make tally charts.mp4

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Literacy (Live)

Our new text is Escape From Pompeii by Christina Balit.


RE (Live)




Give these three YouTube videos a watch, and choose your favourite (each link will open a new tab) for the task below...

Answer the following questions about the piece of music you chose. You can either write this down, or discuss with your family.

  • 1. Describe the instrument being played. What shape and size is it?
    2. Describe the materials used to make this instrument
    3. How do you think it makes a sound? Can you work what the performer does to create this sound?
    4. How did this music make you feel? Choose an emoji if you'd like!


Creating music

It's time to make a kitchen utensil band! First, make sure the adults in the house are OK with this, and maybe even get them to join in too.

  • Find some suitable items from the kitchen that you think will make some good sounds... like a saucepan, spoon, ladle, spatula, whisk etc.
  • Using a grid separated into four beats, make a graphic score showing when each sound is going to be made.

    We've prepared an example for you, and you can download this, as well as a template grid to print at home below

    Try playing each part, then with the help of others in the house, all the parts together.