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 6th July 2020

Dear Parents,

If your child has completed the work set by the teacher and is looking for something else to try, have a look below at some of the links, activities and further learning. You can try them all or one or two that you like the look of.  Adults can then send us a photo of the work you've done via email or on Twitter - remember children must be 13 or over to have a Twitter account of their own.  

I'll be updating  weekly so look out for new challenges.  If you need any further home learning support, please email me at . Parents can also contact me on Twitter @redhillprimary1. 

Mrs Hilton :) 

This week's theme is:  School and Transition!


Summer Reading Challenge (theme: Silly Squad): Sign up or log on to find books, collect badges and certificates! 

Harry Potter at Home Read Along: Chapter 12 'The Mirror of Erised'' 


KS1: Watch 'Tidy' by Emily Gravett here 

Define: What does the word neat mean? 

Retrieve: Give two things that Pete tidies in the forest. 

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

Infer: Why do you think Pete kept tidying everything? 

Predict: Stop the story at 2:12. What will Pete do next? 

Enjoy: Did you like this story? What would you say to Pete the badger if you could meet him? 


KS2: Read this extract from Matilda by Roald Dahl: 

Define: Mrs Phelps was "taken aback" by Matilda. What does this mean? 

Retrieve: List three books that Matilda reads at the library. 

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

Infer: Why was Mrs Phelps stunned when Matilda says she is four years and three months? 

Predict: If you could recommend a book to Matilda, what would you tell her to read? Why? 

Relate: Have you read any of the books on Matilda's list? What would you like to read? 

Explore:  Mrs Phelps tells Matilda to "sit back and allow the words to wash around you like music." Why is this a good simile for when someone is reading? 

Vibrant Vocabulary

KS1: This week's word is mighty.

KS2:   This week's word is formidable.


KS1: 'Cat School' 

Look at the picture below. Where do you think this is? Which cat is the best behaved? Why?

Draw and describe what you think the teacher looks like. 

KS2: 'Schools around the World' 

Look at the picture.  What do you think schools look like all around the world? What would you say to one of these children if you met them? 

Then can you write a letter to a school in a different country? 


KS1: 'Teddy Town'

In Teddy Town, teddies are either red or yellow and they live in red or yellow houses. There are 4 teddies – 2 red and 2 yellow, and 4 houses – 2 red and 2 yellow.

Can you match each teddy to a house so that the 4 pairs are all different from each other?

KS2: 'Matching Fractions'

How do you know when a card matches another card?
Can you remember where particular cards are to help you match the pairs?


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: 


This week is School and Transition  themed!