Here is the home learning timetable for this week. If you haven’t already, please complete the questionnaire about returning to school on Class Dojo.
Set aside some time – Find somewhere quiet without any distractions – turn off the TV/radio/computer. Ask your child to choose a book – Sharing books they have chosen shows you care what they think and that their opinion matters. This means they are more likely to engage with the book. Sit close together –Continue reading “Reading Update: 6 Tips for reading with your child.”
It is International Nurses Day which is celebrated on the birthday of Florence Nightingale. She was a fantastic nurse but also a brilliant mathematician. Her use of statistics saved thousands of lives and changed medicine for everyone around the world. Have a look at these websites for more information: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/florence-nightingale-saving-lives-with-statistics/zjksmfr https://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/florence-nightingale https://www.britannica.com/biography/Florence-Nightingale/Homecoming-and-legacy This is aContinue reading “International Nursing Day – Florence Nightingale Factfile”
Here is the suggested home learning for this week. Please stay in touch as much as possible. If you have any questions or queries, please contact a member of staff.
What is Paired Reading? Paired Reading is a technique that parents can use to help their own child with reading practice. The method involves the parent who is a skilled reader and the child who is learning, reading a book together. Who is it for? Every child will benefit from using Paired Reading. What areContinue reading “Reading Update: What is Paired Reading?”
Here is the suggested home learning timetable for this week. As always, please help your child(ren) to do as much as you can; but, do not feel pressured to achieve everything. The theme for this week is: Victories. This would be a good time to set realistic targets for what work can feasibly be achievedContinue reading “Home Learning Timetable (KS1 and 2)”
Earlham library (and many other Norfolk libraries) often have book sales for those that are withdrawn from circulation. In December, I bought these 20 books for £2. They’re all in really good condition.
Bluebell Virtual Learning. Just to let you know that we are always updating the virtual learning pages on the school website. These are resources that children could do in addition to the work that has been set by the teacher. Staff are posting links to things the children can get on with independently or thereContinue reading “Virtual Learning”
Storyline Online National Geographic – Young Explorer Oxford Owl Norfolk Library – Overdrive
Borrow up to 15 books for free, for up to three weeks at a time to read for fun and relaxation or to help with your studies Download e-Books e-Audio books and e-Magazines free of charge on to your smart phone, tablet or other device Libraries are not just about borrowing free books. It’s cheap to alsoContinue reading “Reading Update: 8 Reasons to go to your local library”