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So excited to have 100% of Alpaca families connected on ClassDojo!


Eloise baked fresh bread with her dad and then sold it to the neighbours, following social distancing guidelines. Eloise's dad then doubled the money they raised and they have now donated £100 to the Covid19 fund! What an amazing thing to do - well done!


Challenge of the Day - How many cars are there in the photo? We will post the answer tomorrow.


Mr Elsom has compiled a wonderful range of links to resources that can be used for making music, these can be found on our website just click on 'additional links and resources.' 🎼


When we are all making sacrifices to protect one another its important to remember we also have lots we can be thankful for as this youtube video explains in an upbeat way.


It's nice to remind ourselves of the lovely comments we receive when we hold showcase sessions - "Really nice to come in and spend time reading" & "Something we can do at home to encourage trying new tastes and textures." We look forward to holding showcase sessions again. 🌈


A wonderful poem written by Mrs Billingham's daughter, Alex aged 12. 🌈


Super start to home learning! Henry and his brother planting seeds.


Staying Creative - get involved in our new competition, please follow the link below for further details!


Arish's work inspired by Pac-man - using his interests to support writing and maths.


Don't miss Heateacher, Mrs Vickers' first blog! You can find it here, on our website -


We are delighted to have been awarded £1,166 in the Bags of Help scheme - thank you so much to everyone who voted for us! What fantastic news in uncertain times!


How has the first day of home school been? We hope it's been fun... don't forget to send in photos of all the hard work being done by our pupils and any other projects you might have had a go at! We'd love to share them :) Stay safe everyone.


In these times of self-isolation and social distancing we can still carry out acts of kindness, please follow the link below for inspiration.


Some more rays of sunshine today, Edward has been using his creative IT skills to produce a mythical creature and Years 3 and 4 have been writing letters and making Easter cards for the residents and Pilgrims View Care Home.


With everything that is happening at the moment we wanted to share some rays of sunshine that are happening at VIPS Holborough Lakes today. James is showing his creative flair, Thea and her published work and Yananai producing fabulous work on volcanoes.


During the school closure it is important to stay active, follow the link below for PE lessons with Joe Wicks


Busy happy Pandas this morning.


Evil Pea strikes again! He has encased his pea friends in radioactive jelly and doesn't think Panda Class can work together to plan how to free them. But he was wrong!!!


Year 3 and 4 have had fantastic fun for science day studying chemical reactions.


Panda Class have been trying to solve the mystery of the missing vegetables. Evil Pea has stolen them from the kitchen and we need to get them back! Will our Evil Pea traps and wanted posters help?


It's Science day at VIPS Holborough Lakes! Some fantastic investigations have been taking place including 'mouldy bread' and looking at images through microscopes. Who is our next famous scientist?


There is only a few weeks left to put your blue chip into our unit at Tesco Extra at Lunsford Park and Tesco Express Larkfield!Please keep supporting us when you are out shopping to help us raise money for music resources, thank you.


Its 'Mindful March' - please follow the link below for ideas on how to be mindful each day.


Thank you to all the parents who were able to come to read with their child for World Book Day yesterday.


We are celebrating World Book Day at VIPS Holborough Lakes! The children had a wonderful assembly led by Mrs Billingham and they all look fabulous dressed up as book characters. Well done to the winners of the most ingenious costumes.


Please follow the link below for Dr. Ranj's Coronavirus Advice For Kids.


Author M.P Robertson is in school with the children today, he is using his wonderful creations to inspire the children to read and he is encouraging the use of their imagination.


Wow, a Dragon has arrived at Holborough Lakes Primary School!


Year 3 and 4 had a visit from Charlton Athletic to talk about healthy eating and physical activity.


Year 6 carried out a fantastic science experiment, they investigated earthquakes using marshmallows and cocktail sticks on a tray of jelly!


To compliment Science and Topic learning, Year 3 and 4 had the amazing opportunity to ride a smoothie bike which blended a smoothie for them to enjoy.


Don't forget it's the Valley Park School Scholarship Information Event this afternoon - it's being hosted by Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill & starts at 3.30pm. If you'd like to attend, please let your child's school office know. We look forward to seeing you there!


We have received a letter from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School Standards, recognising our amazing SATS results.


Staying safe online - here are a selection of handy guides for parents. !


Year 6 have been experimenting with shadows this afternoon.


Year 3 had an interactive and engaging experience with a visit from Warburtons today. They carried out an experiment, learnt about healthy eating, reducing food waste and the importance of hand hygiene and even made their own sandwich.


Well done to all the pupils who received an award at our Achievement Assembly today and thank you to the parents who came to celebrate with their child.

School Closure Home Learning

Please click below to access work according to your child's year group. We aim to upload each day's home learning by 10am Monday to Friday.

Please also note that there will be no home learning posted during school holidays or staff development days.

Reception Class

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Additional links and resources


Reception and KS1 Feelings Pack ​

KS2 Feelings Pack 

Staying at Home - Wellbeing Pack

Sensory Circuits

Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times

Visual Timetable for home

Year Group Challenges

Year 1 and 2 Challenges 

Year 3 and 4 Challenges 

Year 5 and 6 Challenges 

Physical Activity

The Body Coach (Joe Wicks) daily PE lesson (The Body Coach YouTube channel)

Mote Park Orienteering

School Games Personal Challenges

Youth Sport Trust Free Home Learning Resources

Youth Sport Trust PE Home Learning


Free book resources

Free audio books

Fun activities with the Book Trust

Reading - Ruth Miskin Training website

Oxford Owl


Service Update from MyMaths 

Mental Health

The imovement - fun activities for teachers and parents to keep children happy, healthy and focused

Creative Arts

Making Music at Home - Choonbaboon

Making Music at Home - Vancouver CanSing Choirs 

Making Music at Home - Birmingham Contemporary Music Group 

Making Music at Home - Beth's Notes

Making Music at Home - Kodaly

Making Music at Home - BBC School Radio

Making Music at Home - Warm up with Mr Langdon

Making Music at Home - Primary Music on Fire 

Making Music at Home - Solfeg

Making Music at Home - Musical Dots Facebook Group 

Making Music at Home - Body Beats 

Musical notes colouring

Colour by Musical Notes activity sheet (xylophone)

Songs for home learning

Mister Maker YouTube arts and crafts

Art techniques for kids (Pinterest)

Science and Technology

Free weekly science news programme

Home Science Activities

Sciencebob experiments

Twinkl science experiments

Support SEN pupils with science

Coding for children

General documents

Additional resource links - all subjects

Animated movies on topics in maths, science and English

COVID-19 information poster

Support during School Closure for Parents and Carers (Ruth Miskin)

Coronavirus and your wellbeing

Look after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus staying at home tips

Coronavirus information for children

Coronavirus advice for families staying at home