TrullChurch of England VA Primary School

“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full” John 10:10

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Have a go at following a Joe Wicks workout.




You might prefer to exercise in the garden.  How many different types of exercise could you do?  


Could you make up a new game for your family to play.




Today, I would like you to finish your time capsule.  You could do some of the following ideas:

1. Decorate the container you have chosen to keep it in.

2. Write a letter to your future self about what is happening the moment.

3. Add some photographs of the things you have been doing.

4. Find some news clipping to add (with an adults help).


Or anything else that you would like.



This term we were due to start coding.  With an adult's permission, you might want to check out Scratch 2.  There, you can follow some simple tutorials, and begin learning to code.  It is great fun!!





This is one of my favourite websites at the moment.  You might want to have a go at creating some time- travel inspired music to go with our time capsules we are creating.

Make sure you ask permission from an adult first.

Chrome Music Lab


There is another set of ideas to add to your time capsule if you scroll down the page too.

Creating a time capsule:


Have you ever found something from a long time ago?  We often learn about the past by discovering objects we find.  In the future, people will look back upon this period as a major event in our history.  When you are older, it will be something you tell your grandchildren about!


This week, I would like you to create a time capsule, which you can look back on in years to come.  You could make a water-tight capsule and bury it, or find or make a special box and put it somewhere safe to rediscover at a later date.


Each day, I will add a new idea to put in your capsule.


Day 1:

Draw a picture of yourself. 


Around the picture add:

 - How you are feeling right now.

 - What you are looking forward to.

- What you are missing.

- What you are thankful for.


Try to make this page as bright and colourful as possible.


On a separate page, draw or write all of the fun things you are doing to keep busy.

You might be able to take some photographs to add as well.

This photo will be going in my time capsule.  It is of Mark my kitten, who has kept me very busy this morning!! He has now learnt (after 2 hours) how to climb down a tree!

Day 2:


In reading today, you looked at an interview.  I would like you to choose someone to interview from your household or family to add to the time capsule.


Write down the questions you would like to ask, and then record the answers you are given.  Remember to use question marks for your questions.


 You might want to use some of the following questions, or you might have some better ones of your own.


  1. How are you feeling?
  2. How many days have you been at home?
  3. Have you had to work? What is it like?
  4. How is home-schooling going?
  5. What has been the biggest change so far?
  6. How are you keeping in touch with friends and family?
  7. What are you excited to do, once this is all over?
  8. What are you enjoying the most about being at home more?
  9. What are you grateful for?
  10. Will you do anything differently once this is all over?

Day 3


Day 3:


Draw a picture of where you are living.

Draw a picture of who you are living with.

Draw around every family member’s hand and decorate it.  You could include pet prints too.