To access the site, go to : https://thirdspacelearning.com/
To access independent worksheets that are broken down into year groups for Year 1 – 6, go to : https://mathshub.thirdspacelearning.com/resources
They have also put together a collection of free guides aimed at helping parents teach key maths topics at home.
The Summer Reading Challenge launched yesterday!
Head to http://sillysquad.org.uk/ to sign up to the challenge and join the Silly Squad. Play games, complete activities and collect prizes and rewards for each book you read!
Check out the Facebook page to see lots of excellent authors reading extracts from their books.
And to get you started, here’s a link to a free kindle download from a local author!
Alfie Bloom and the Talisman Thief – Gabrielle Kent https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0891SJSKR/ref=series_rw_dp_sw
For more free eBooks, try these sites:
Oxford Owl: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/
Audible: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen?ref=adbl_ent_anon_ds_hm_hb (free audiobooks!)
Over the years, the NSPCC’s Speak out Stay safe assemblies have taken place in more than 90% of all primary schools across the UK, giving children the knowledge they need to stay safe from harm and to speak out if they’re worried.
While they aren’t able to run their assemblies as normal right now, they hosting a VIRTUAL Speak out Stay safe assembly alongside some VERY special guests…
⭐️ Ant and Dec
⭐️ David Walliams
⭐️ Children and Families Minister Vicky Ford MP
Tune on their Facebook page from 9.30am.
The Oak National Academy have launched a website that has 180 free online lessons available each week for children in Reception – Year 10.
The site covers a range of different subjects including maths, English, art and languages. This Government initiative has been created by 40 professionals from different UK schools.
To access this site go to, https://www.thenational.academy/
This site has R.E resources for children in both KS1 and KS2. These resources include videos and activities that describe different religious stories and events such as Noah’s Ark,
Ramadan and Easter.
To access the KS1 work, please click below.
To access the KS2 work, please click below.
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