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Attendance
  • Bath 82.2%
  • Exeter 99%
  • Hertfordshire 100%
  • Kent 96.2%
  • Middlesex 98.3%
  • Oxford 91.4%
  • Plymouth 98.5%
  • Swansea 97.9%
  • York 97.7%

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Memories of this school year

This school year is almost over and what a year it has been!

The word ‘unprecedented’ as been used a lot to describe these days.

What does that mean? It means: never done or known before.

We would like you to record some of your memories of this school year.

Choose one of these ways to record your memories.:

  • Use the End of Year Scrapbook
  • Use the My School Memory Page
  • Make a video of yourself talking about this year.
  • Create your own way to present your memories of this school year.

You can draw pictures, add photos or use a mixture of the two.

Please send photos of what you create to me because I would love to see them.

Keep them safe because maybe in the future your children or grandchildren will be learning about Covid 19 in History and how it affected everyone, and they might enjoy looking at it and seeing what happened.

P.E Challenge

High knees : How many times  can you do these in a minute?

Record the number and then try to increase the amount each day.

Why not challenge your family to do this challenge every day too?

This video will show you the correct technique.

High knees

This is a fast paced cardio-intense exercise. It engages your core while also working on your calves, hamstrings and quads.

Mindfulness cards

Colour these cards and why not write encouraging messages inside them and give them to your family and/or friends?

Lego Challenge

We have been thinking about memories of this school year. Use Lego or another construction material to make something special about this year.

Zumba for kids

This is my favourite dance so far. It is so joyful and fun!

It is called: Can’t stop the feeling.

Have fun!

Trolls: Can't Stop The Feeling | GoNoodle

Brain break

If you’ve been working hard on your homelearning and need a break for your brain, try this ‘Brain Break’ activity to get you moving and to have a break.

Brain Breaks - Action Songs for Children - Move and Freeze - Kids Songs by The Learning Station

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