Duchess of Cambridge Leads Online Assembly 11am, 18/6
Mental Health in Children
At 11am on Thursday 18th June, the Duchess of Cambridge will lead an online assembly for the Oak National Academy during which she will speak about the importance of mental wellbeing among children. The theme of the Duchess' assembly is 'Spread a Little Kindness' and is based on a lesson plan which is available on the Mentally Healthy Schools platform. This platform was developed in collaboration with children's mental health charity Place2Be and encourages children to explore ways in which they can show kindness and recognise the benefits of kindness to others. Click on the link below to access the assembly on Thursday.
Learning From Home w/c 13th July
Picture News Special - Black Lives Matter
Guess the Teacher!
Time to put you all out of your misery, here are the answers that you've been waiting for
From Left to Right
|1st Row||Mrs Poultney, Ms Law, Mrs Egerton|
|2nd Row||Mrs Large, Mrs Holden, Mrs Wright|
|3rd Row||Mrs Greenwood, Mrs Golding, Mrs Papworth|
|4th Row||Mrs Wombwell, Mrs White, Mrs Fincham|
|5th Row||Mrs Baxter, Mrs Woods, Mrs Bokmans|
|6th Row||Mrs Cox, Mrs Hayllar, Mrs Martin|
How many did you get right?
Cambridge United Community Trust
Education Activity Packs
Premier League Primary Stars
These packs contain fun ideas and resources for each curriculum subject, including PSHE and sport, for you to try at home. Click on the age appropriate link below.
The English Football League Trust
The Joy of Moving programme, in partnership with the EFL Trust, is designed to inspire active lifestyles in children, aiming to teach children how to enjoy moving through play, and to help them develop positive habits for adulthood. During lockdown they have acknowledged that primary children will be missing out on their Sports Day fun this year, so they have launched a 'Home School Festival'. Click on the link below to find exciting ways that you can create your own 'Joy of Moving' festival at home. There is even an opportunity for you to win £500 worth of equipment for your school by entering a video that you have taken of yourself playing the games!
Tips for Reading at Home
Story Time - Born to Run, by Michael Morpurgo
If you have been following Born to Run you will know that Mrs woods had been reading a chapter a day (Mon - Fri) and we have been uploading them here. For catch-ups and all future chapters please now go to the main menu / what we learn / Book Corner, where you will find all the audio files.
BBC Bitesize Daily
In addition to their usual education sections, the BBC have introduced a new way to support children and their parents/carers, starting on Monday 20th April. The new resource is called Bitesize Daily and is available on BBC Red Button Monday to Friday from 9am - 11am, and then on BBC iPlayer. It will cover all subjects, for all age groups, in 20 minute lessons that will be delivered by experts, teachers and some familiar famous faces, including Geography lessons from Sir David Attenborough!
Please click below to find out more about Bitesize Daily.
For 5 minute Mindfulness Videos, follow the link below
BBC Daily Lessons
For more recommended 'Home Learning' try the BBC, which can be seen through your TV or a laptop/tablet.