Good Afternoon Merlins,
I hope you are all keeping active and making the most of these warmer days.
Over the next few weeks, I would like to see you all logging on to your TT Rockstars account, making a massive effort to improve you rockstar speed. Well done to those children who are using TT Rockstars consistently and continue to make good progress. I will be adding new times tables for you to practise for those that have super-duper speeds!
If you have forgotten your username and password, please ask your parents to email the school using the email address advised on the home learning letter and I will get it to your parents as soon as I can.
Remember, having a very fast recall of times tables is so important for the coming year and for the rest of your life!
Stay Safe Mrs F
I have just received this email from Grimm & CO. They are a team of creative, wonderful writers and illustrators who enjoy unleashing children’s passion for writing. Please share with your aspiring little writers.
Dear Mrs Farrimond,
I wanted to bring your attention to our distance learning provision here at Grimm & Co. We are in the process of launching a range of activities for children and young people while they are at home, during this time.
All of the resources can be found on the Activities tab on our website here and we will of course be posting them on social media platforms.
These sessions range from short-burst weekly exercises to longer writing projects. Alongside these activities, we will provide step-by-step instructions and videos to aid the session. This provision is free for all. We will add activities every week so keep checking in with us.
We would love it if you could pass this on to parents/carers in your community.
Stay safe and kind wishes to you all,
Grimm & Co
Giving birds a helping hand by providing supplementary food is a great way to help nature and you don’t need a huge space. Whether you want to put up a window feeder or open a bird café. Click on the link below to find some more top tips for attracting birds into your garden.
There are seventy-eight prisoners in a square cell block of twelve cells. There is one prisoner in one of the cells, two in another cell, three in another, four in another and so on up to twelve prisoners in one of the cells.
The clever prison warder made it easy to check if the prisoners were all there by arranging them so there were twenty-five along each wall of the prison block. How did he do it?
Please download or print off the full maths investigation for you to solve below:
Hint: There is more than one solution. How many solutions can you find?
With Easter fast approaching, Steve Spangler has created a ‘top 10 eggs-ellent science experiments’ video clip that you can watch and recreate at home. These fun, creative experiments will have the whole family entertained!