Your child's class teacher has set individual work for your child which can be found under the Class Pages tab and then click on the relevant class.
If your child needs a log in for Purple Mash and/or Times Tables Rock Stars please email Miss Gidman email@example.com ( you will have to copy the email address into your email account)
If you need any support, or to discuss any of your child's activities, please contact on the email addresses below:
( you will have to copy the email address into your email account)
For Nursery aged children:
For all children aged 4 and above
Times Tables Rock Stars (TTRS)
Please log onto the 'Oxford Owl at Home' website and click the 'Kids' section. There are lots of interactive activities linked to phonics, reading, times tables, number bonds and many more, to help support you at home whilst schools are closed.
Physical and Mental Wellbeing
As well as doing your schoolwork it is really important to look after your mental wellbeing too. https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga/featured is a great site to practise yoga and don't forget mindful breathing from class dojo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svQGpHjmEWM
Jane Considine is the author of 'The Write Stuff'. She will be delivering free English lessons every weekday live from YouTube.
With Youth Sport Trust which is a children's charity working to ensure every child enjoys the life-changing benefits that come from play and sport. https://www.youthsporttrust.org/
EXCITING NEWS! #JuliaDonaldson will launch her first weekly broadcast TODAY at 4pm. The star illustrator on today’s ‘Julia Donaldson & Friends’ is #AxelScheffler. So get the family together and tune into https://t.co/IWQWUsCvKe pic.twitter.com/7sW0etZZcB
— The Gruffalo (@TheRealGruffalo) April 2, 2020
The first live stream, which will begin with a performance of A Squash and Squeeze, gets underway at 4pm on Thursday.
You can watch it through the Gruffalo official Facebook page.
"During this very difficult time, I am glad to be able to do something useful from the confines of my home.
"I hope that my stories, songs and poems bring a little cheer to those who read them or tune in to my new weekly broadcasts.
"I look forward to sharing some favourites and some lesser known works with families everywhere."