WHAT IS THE DAILY MILE
In school, The Daily Mile is 15 minutes of jogging or running
at your own pace from classroom door to classroom door.
It’s the same at home: 15 minutes of jogging or running at your
own pace, but this time from your front door and back to your
front door. If you have to you can slow down and walk or do a
jog-run – but it’s important to get out of breath and get your
We are living through a very unique time in history! Imagine how interesting it
would be for you to remember in the future all the things you did during this
time. Get together with your family members to create your 2020 family time
capsule or create one just for yourself!
🎉The publishers at Nosy Crow have made this new book available to download for FREE to help children to understand more about the coronavirus – and it has been illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.
Find out more here: https://www.booksfortopics.com/post/free-downloadable-coronavirus-book-for-children-with-gruffalo-illustrator-axel-scheffler
Please visit our new home learning area. It has lots of resources available for EYFS, Key Stage One and Key Stage 2.
Please take five minutes of your time to read this update on internet safety for your child.
Click on the link below to watch a short film about the Easter story and then give the activities a try.
Our gardens and parks are home to many different species of birds. While you are out for your daily walk why not use some of the resources below to try and identify the various types that you can see? A pair of binoculars can be handy but not essential as a lot of common garden birds are easily identified. Alternatively, you could do a bird survey from the warmth of your own home as you keep an eye on the different visitors to your yard or garden.