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Mrs Collins had a lovely session with the rainbow group and we wanted to share it with the whole school. This will give you some fantastic literacy work ideas. If you would like to see Mrs Collins in action, please Click here.

Here you will find the "Certificate of Awesomeness" that I mentioned in Friday's assembly. 

Certificate of Awesomeness

In this section you can find links to websites where you can find resources to keep children learning. Many Educational websites are offering free log on and free trials so you can download some of their resources. A good list of these websites is available on kidsactivitiesblog.com.


Above all, please remember that when this is all over and children are back at school every child is in the same boat and they will be okay. At the end of these challenging and changing times, their mental health will be far more important than their academic skills. Please keep safe!

Hampshire Educational Service Advice

The document below is a weekly group of activities designed for home learning. They are suitable for all primary age children. The focus will be different each week. Please do have a look and see if there is anything there that you would like to do. The theme for week 20.4.20 is indoors and outdoors.

Hampshire Education Advisory Service Weekly Activities

My lock down library.

This document includes a series of activities for children to learn to identify and deal with their emotions during these challenging times.

Reading Scavenger Hunt - Can you find them all?

Keep on Trying

Year 1 and 2 sing 'Keep on Trying'
Listen at home and join in if you know it!



1. Joe Wicks kids workout:

"P.E with Joe" | Daily LIVE workouts for kids | The Body Coach

Available on You Tube and Facebook


2. Cosmic Kids Yoga and Meditations:



Try out the link for the new Singing Assembly. This is week 2

Sing Up are offering a free new song for children daily on their new home schooling area to keep us all singing. Please have a look and sing.
The BBC ten pieces website has 3 seasons of pieces for you to listen to, and for instrumentalists why not look at the musical arrangements for your favourite piece, there are different graded arrangements to suit all stages of your learning. www.bbc.co.uk>CBBC>TenPieces.


Here are the sound files for Gypsy Dance and Pirates. You can play along with your orchestra part.


Gypsy Dance










Virtual Museum tours  from around the world like British Museum , Melbourne museum to name a few.


BBC resources in all its forms: BBC school radio, BBC bitesize, CBBC