Wells Hall Primary School

Wells Hall Road, Great Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 0NH


01787 373489

Proud to be part of the - Unity Schools Partnership


Home Learning



Welcome to the Home Learning pages...please find a list of helpful websites here. You can navigate through these to find resources for the appropriate age groups. Some will aid the work set and some be fun extras. 

You will find more detailed information for PE and Art below and then specific information set for each year group can be found if you hover over the 'Home Learning' tab above and on Showbie (coming soon).

Your child should be reading every day and Years 2-6 also have access to Times Table Rock Stars.



Work available here (in the year group pages) is also on a home learning App that we are using called Showbie you can download this app on most smart devices or use in a web browser. 

Top tips for using Showbie: as outlined in the parent update letter (07.05.20)

Tools to use here

Using on an ipad - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ticg1JTcIU&t=3s

Using on an iPhone (other smartphones may be similar) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bitMA1hXvXc&t=7s

Using on a laptop - https://www.loom.com/share/97b87a80d22b4cf8b12af1e4971767b6


Educational Learning Online


For as long as schools are closed, Audible are allowing access to 100's of free audiobooks for children. Click the link to find out more:




















Great activities broken down into age groups: https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/


CLPE (Centre for Literacy in Primary Education) has lots of free videos for children to watch: 

Their youtube site has playlists of authors reading stories aloud and illustrators teaching drawing skills: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwbRHoPYbEifOE0SKCrnDfQ/playlists

Poetry: navigate your way around the page to hear Poets read their poems (click o their name and scroll to the bottom for videos) and watch interviews. https://clpe.org.uk/poetryline?utm_campaign=11420490_Poetryline%20resources&utm_medium=email&utm_source=CLPE&dm_i=1RW5,6SS3U,8SJJX,R7OLY,1


30 Days WILD

The National Wildlife Trust are doing their annual WILD month to get us interacting with the nature around us. Click here for resources.


If you would like some guidance and advice around Speech and Language, please find more information here https://speechandlanguage.info/parents


Family Friendly Fun

Card games - learn a new game or refresh your memory of ones you love: https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/card-games

Garden games - make use of the great weather and get outside. Lots of these suggested games can be played in your garden, given you have enough space. Some will need adapting for example: Traffic cop could be changed to have a traffic cop direct a person around an obstacle course.  Remember fresh air is good (but please only in your garden and with the people you live with) https://www.wired.com/2009/08/simpleoutdoorplay/


Fun maths games here.

 Outdoor/home play - @thejoyjournal


Get Set 4 PE will be doing daily challenges. More information can be found here.

Please follow them on Twitter @GetSet4PE

Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, will also be doing daily workouts that pupils can do at home on his YouTube channel. That can be found here.

If you have a Sky subscription, there is a programme called Kids Fit in 5. More information can be found here.



Week 1 - 20th April

week 2 - 27th April

Week 3 - 4th May

Week 4 - 11th May

Week 5 - 18.5.20 


Week 7 - 8th June

Week 8 - 15th June

week 9 - 22nd June

Week 10 and 11 - Virtual school games. Head over to https://www.suffolkschoolgames.co.uk/ to find our more.




Week 1 - 20th April

Week 2 - 27th April

Week 3 - 4th May 

Week 4 - 11th May (no link needed) is creating an online safety poster - giving children tips to stay safe when online.

Week 5 - 18.5.20 click here for a template should you wish to use one.


This week's ICT is a bit of fun before half term, we are going to try and create time capsule and hopefully place it somewhere in the school. But, we want you guys to be part of it. We have created a this is me 2020 sheet for you to fill in with. Have fun and keep up the good


Week 8 - 15th June

Hello all, I hope we are all good. Myself and Mr Lawler have thought about a way on how we can share our memories of Mr Cleaver together and we have decided to put together a video, made by the children of Wells Hall, about their favourite memories or moments with Mr Cleaver. I will then, with the help of Mr Lawler, put together the video and then share the video once it's completed. It would also be a great idea to upload the finished video onto a memory stick and include it somewhere within the Mr Cleaver rainbow.

Obviously this is all voluntary and is not compulsory if you do not wish to include a video.

We would like the video to be;
- 15 seconds long maximum
-  Shot horizontally (makes it easier) I won't be able to use videos that are not shot like this, sorry.
-  Feature a favourite memory or moment you shared with Mr Cleaver.

If your video is longer than 15 seconds then don't worry, I can clip it my end.

Once videos are finished could you please either upload them to showbie under this ICT section, or send them to my email of

Videos are requested to be sent in by the 26th June 2020, unfortunately I will not be able to use videos uploaded after this date.



We will posting themes for you to create some art around - you can send in photos of your creations to admin@wellshallprimary.co.uk or to your class email address which can found in your class's homepage under 'Home Learning'. which we will display here. They can be sketches, paints, prints, textiles, collages, structures using junk modelling techniques or playdough, and even photography projects!

This link is great to inspire ideas and different art techniques:



Introduction to SKETCHBOOKS - if you are interested in keeping a sketchbook, then learn how to do so through ACCESS ART. Click here.


Theme 1 (w/b 23.3.2020) - Nature

Theme 2 (w/b 30.03.2020) - Colour

Theme 3 (EASTER HOLIDAYS - 2 weeks) - Re-create your favourite art work with household items .

Visit: http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/getty-artworks-recreated-with-household-items-by-creative-geniuses-the-world-over/ for more information and ideas. Also lots of inspiration on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - just search @gettymuseum. HAVE FUN!


Theme 4: Home

Theme 5: Self Portraits 

Use a mirror or a photo of yourself to draw, paint, model or collage a picture of yourself, in any style you like and using a range of mediums.

Maybe research self portraits first and see if there is a style you like. You may choose to be abstract; 3 of my top artists to mimic this style are: Matisse, Andy Warhol and Picasso. Or you may be more realistic. It's up to you. Examples

Also, watch this video to help with drawing the features of your face in the correct positions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMEBSQJYaAY

Don’t forget about the background - some artists would include objects to tell the viewer a little bit more about themselves.


Theme 6: Artist Focus - Paul Klee - for resources click  here and watch these videos for tips and ideas

Take a line for a walk (autonomous drawing)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gdEF8HUrqQ

Continuous Line drawing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSCi56Xu2Uw&t=31s and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhX0zDVOT-k


Theme 7: Artist Focus - Sonia Delaunay - for resources click here and watch these videos for tips and ideas

Drawing circles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmdj4v2I75A

Painting circles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHGqoh_bOGw


Theme 8 : Artist Focus - Bridget Riley - for resources click here



Theme 9: skill focus - frottage (rubbing) - for resources click here

Theme 10: Artist focus - Jeanie Baker (Window) - for resources click here

Theme 11 : Doodle ART - for resources click here


Final piece of ART - anything you like, in any style to reflect your time during Lockdown and the different things you have done and learnt.

Remember to share your finished ART with us - either on Showbie, twitter or email.