Update from your Headteacher…
Friday 3rd April 2020
These buttons will take you to a world of activities and entertainment, from crafts and science experiments through to your favourite stories read by some familiar faces.
We’ve added links to all your favourite live YouTube links too. Make sure you keep moving, drawing singing and experimenting.
If you have any amazing websites that you think could be useful or fun just let us know – email@example.com
The Government have recommended a number of resources for learning at home. We have sorted the websites into subjects and posted them here just for you. More will be added over the next few days so keep checking!
We were really happy when Mrs Simpson and Ayaan made it onto the news.
Makaton Lesson Number One
Over the next few weeks our Nursery teacher, Mr Tunnell, is going to teach everyone the basics of Makaton signing. Take a look at the first lesson and join in for more lessons as time goes on.
Miss Snowden found this wonderful poem all about what is going on in the world at the moment.
If you have a printer, you can get yourself a copy and illustrate each page. Take your time and make your pictures match the words for each verse.
Carol Vorderman’s “Maths Factor” is free for all children while the school closures are in place. Usually £2 per week, this offer is a great opportunity that children in any year group will find useful. Sign up at the site HERE.
Our old friend, Harold the Giraffe from the Life Bus is here to help while school is closed. His daily diary is full of information, games, puzzles and fun.
Visit Harold everyday and see what he’s been up to, HERE.
Everyday at 11.00, David Walliams is reading extracts from his books.
English Heritage have created some colouring sheets for some of their monuments. Why not have a go at colouring one in. Once you have done this, use the internet to research about your monument. We would love to see your work on Weduc. The best ones will win a prize from Mr Brearley. Click HERE to view.
Premier League Primary Stars have created lots of fun football-related resources to use at home. Resources will cover English, Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing and Maths for Key Stage 1 (5-7 year-olds) and Key Stage 2 (7-11 year-olds). Please click here to view.