In every day life, we use maths skills and sometimes don’t even realise we’re using them. Below are some fun maths tasks to enjoy whilst at home, courtesy of Maths on the move.
As a result of new government legislation, the content of Primary Relationship and Sex Education is changing, this is to reflect modern Britain. In response to this, and in preparation for when the new legislation comes statutory in September, please have a read of our new RSE Policy below:
In light of the current restrictions and our enforced school closure, should you have any queries, please contact us via email or phone before Monday 20th April.
There continues to be lots of interesting links posted on social media for live learning opportunities and much more. Here’s some of the latest:
Fascinating and engaging learning resources from the Institute of Engineering and Technology for primary school children
Learn to draw
Illustrator, Rob Biddulph, shares his tips on drawing different characters via social media
If you would like a little moment of calm, why not take a virtual tour around some of the most beautiful gardens, including Claude Monet’s Water Lilies garden
During these times when we are required to stay at home, it is so important that we remain active.
Here’s some great ideas for 60 minutes of fitness from Rural Derbyshire School Sports Partnership.
If you haven’t already completed your art work incorporating the infamous red despatch boxes, there’s still time as we will not be reviewing these until we are back in school.
Therefore, get your creative thinking caps on and start designing your picture.
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We hope you are all getting on okay at home and enjoying the activities which have been set for you.
We can’t wait to see your diaries when school is eventually back open again. Once your diary is full, if you wish to continue with the daily diary, please click here to download another copy.
Back in October of last year, the children took part in the Little Daffodils initiative, which was supported by one our local businesses, Chapman’s Nurseries. It was a nationwide campaign to get children planting bulbs and learn more about nature as the daffodils grew.
Hopefully, you will now have some beautiful vibrant daffodils which are in full bloom. This is how the daffodils are blossoming in the school grounds – it certainly brightens your day.