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Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge!
Let's see how many of us are able to complete the challenge. Good luck!
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Write a poem, either on your own or as a family. It can be anything to do with the lockdown and it needs to be inspiring. It can be about kindness, boredom, family, missing our friends, new routines – anything you like.
Poems will be published on our website in the Children's Work section and all entries will receive a certificate from school. We will choose the three best poems and prizes will be sent home.
Get your poetry pens out and get going!
All entries need to be sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org email before Monday 11th May 2020.
Click on the link below to access a wide range of e-books to share with your children. You will need to create a free account for Oxford Owls.
This year, with the disruption caused by Covid-19, the all-new digital aspect of the Summer Reading Challenge is launching earlier than usual to keep children reading over the summer. The Summer Reading Challenge is an annual event aimed at 4 – 11 year olds. Children are encouraged to read six (or more) books of their choice during the summer holidays with collectable incentives and rewards, plus a certificate for every child who completes the Challenge.
The Summer Reading Challenge 2020 launched on Friday 5 June and you can join the Silly Squad on a new adventure by setting your own personal reading challenge to complete this summer. Create a free profile to keep track of your books, reviews, and all of the special rewards you unlock along the way. You'll also find heaps of super silly activities, quizzes, videos, games and more to keep you entertained at home. This year's Challenge runs from June to September, so there is plenty of time to take part and get silly this summer.
Head on over to sillysquad.org.uk to start your seriously silly summer reading Challenge!
Looking for something fun as a family? Enjoy storytime with free online books and videos, play games, win prizes, test your knowledge in our book-themed quizzes, or even learn how to draw some of your favourite characters.
Click here to access a range of phonics resources.
Let Carol Vorderman teach your child maths. Sign up for a free account by clicking the image below.
Click here for Live Science lessons with Dr. Chips.
World Oceans Day - Monday 8th June 2020
How well do you know your Arctic from your Atlantic? Your Indian from your Pacific?
Home learning with WWF starting Monday 11th May. The first week's focus is Frozen Worlds.
Monday - How to save our planet
Tuesday - Garden Safari
Wednesday - Build a pop up frozen habitat using recycled materials
Thursday - Exploring Polar Worlds
Friday - WWF Talks @11am
National Gardening Week 27th April - 3rd May 2020
Follow the links to find practical activities, booklets and worksheets focusing on a range of topics, from plants and flowers to bugs and critters. Have fun and don't forget to show us what you have been up to.
V.E Day - Friday 8th May
The aim of this pack is o ensure children recognise and understand the importance of this event. It provides an overview of the war itself with an emphasis on the home front. It provides opportunities for children to learn more about the role of the local area in the war by taking their daily exercise down to the local memorial if appropriate and safe. In addition, suggestions are given to how this significant event can be marked using activities from across the curriculum.
Click here to access the resources.
What a great way to start the VE Day celebrations! Well done Theo and family!
Click on the dated links below to take you to the daily exercise routines.
Introducing Get Set Tokyo with the British Olympic and Paralympic Association
Join children across the country in the Travel to Tokyo Challenge!
The Olympics might not be happening this year, but this doesn't mean we can't get active with the Travel to Tokyo Challenge. Simply click here and click on Families. From here, you can find our school using the post code OL16 4DR and find your Team (your class). You can log all the activities you do each day and Get Set, in partnership with the British Olympics and Paralympics Association, will set each Team goals for the week to achieve. Successful Teams will be entered into their weekly prize draw!
Get Set have also created some fantastic resources to use at home;
There are a range of other resources to explore with Get Set+ by clicking here.
Here you can find more ideas to keep you active!
Further PE activities are linked below to help reach the recommended 60 minutes of activity per day:
Learn at home with Football themed Maths, English and Other Activities from Premier League Primary Stars.
Get into reading with 'Roy of the Rovers' and "Rocky of the Rovers,' a football series which currently has the first three available as free ebook downloads:
Click the link below to access a range of musical resources.
Learning Packs by ThinkUKnow
ThinkUKnow have created several activities to complete at home. Simply click on the appropriate age group to be taken to the Home Activity Packs which you can download!
100 Things to do indoors.
Look at the image below for a list of fun things to do at home.
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