Redhill Junior And Infant School

Our School Our Future

Redhill Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B25 8HQ


Don't forget to get an adult to email me a picture of any work you have done to so I can share it on our school gallery! Mrs Hilton :)  

Updated 17th July 2020

Dear Parents,

If your child is looking for some extra challenges this summer holiday, have a look below at some of the links and activities. You can try them all or one or two that you like the look of! They are just resources I have found that I thought I'd share.  I will add more if I find them but won't be updating weekly from now on. Don't forget to check the class pages on the menu too!

If you need any further support, please email me at . Parents can also contact me on Twitter @redhillprimary1. 

Mrs Hilton :) 

This week's theme is:  Summer Holidays!


Summer Reading Challenge (theme: Silly Squad): Sign up or log on to find books, collect badges and certificates! The challenge is running online till mid-September:   

Harry Potter at Home Read Along: Chapter 17 'The Man with Two Faces'

KS1: Watch 'In It Together' - a Twinkl story about returning to school after lockdown.

Define: What does the word chatting mean? 

Retrieve: How is Oskar feeling about returning to school?

Summarise: Can you retell the story in your own words? 

Infer: What do you think "in it together" means? 

Predict: What do you think the children will all do on their first day back? How will their teachers help them?


KS2: Read this extract from 'Mr Majeika' by Humphrey Carpenter: 

Define: Which word on p6 shows that Mr Potter moaned and complained

Retrieve: Why are Class Three in such a bad temper at the start of the chapter?

Summarise: What do we learn about Matilda in this section? 

Infer: How does Mr Potter feel about Mr Majeika's arrival? How do you know? 

Predict: What do you think will happen when the children go back to Mr Majeika after lunch? 

Relate: What clues are there that Hamish Bigmore is the class bully? 

Explore:  "You could have heard a pin drop" (p11). This is a saying or idiom. What does it tell you about the classroom? 

Compare: Why do you think the children react differently to Mr Majeika compared to Mr Potter? 

Vibrant Vocabulary

KS1: This week's word is excited.

KS2:   This week's word is briskly.


KS1 and KS2: 'New Class' 

Draw a picture of your new classroom or teacher. What are you looking forward to in September? Will your class be any different? Are you excited to learn any new topics or lessons? Do you have any goals or aims for next year? 



Nrich games:

 TTRockStars: Play as often as you can to learn your times table facts.  You can even send a 'Rockslam' challenge to Mrs Hilton! 


This week's book is: 

 'The Book of Hopes' is a wonderful collection of stories, poems and ideas from many authors like Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo, Liz Pichon, Axel Scheffler, Francesca Simon and Jacqueline Wilson. It's dedicated to everyone currently working in hospitals. 

Read it for free here: 


The page theme now is Summer Holidays !