Team Walliams Activities

Welcome to Team Walliams Activities

We love to read!

We have enjoyed reading Accelerated Reader books and BigCat Books to our friends!


We have enjoyed completing Christmas activities and crafts in class this morning. At lunchtime we all had a delicious Christmas dinner, with our friends. Then this afternoon we played party games, won prizes and had a good dance at our party.



In English this week, we have wrote narratives to retell Pellegriana’s story, adding details and securing the order of events. We thought of other Fairy tales that linked with our core text book and discussed features of a typical Traditional Tale.

Thank you to Mrs Corrigan for creating a wonderful writing display! ????✏️


As part of Maths week this week, we have enjoyed taking part in some problem solving activities. We worked in small groups to solve some tricky problems.


We enjoyed a very interesting morning, discussing the process of mummification. The Egyptians believed that the body was the soul’s home. The process involved removing all of the moisture from the body, which did not decay. We recreated the mummification process using a tomato! ????

Can your child remember the process?


Today, in Science we have answered the following questions:

  1. Explain what ‘pitch’ means.
  2. Is pitch and loudness of a sound the same thing?
  3. Describe the relationship between pitch and frequency?
  4. How could you increase the pitch of a note played on a flute?



Maths: Year 4 have worked incredibly hard rounding to the nearest 10,100,1000 and Year 5 rounding to the nearest 10,100,1000, 1000,000.
















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