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Purple Mash Instructions are here.
Follow the link for daily lessons for each year group.
Set 1 - 9:30
Set 2 - 10:00
Set 3 - 10:30
Follow this link to challenge yourself on your times tables!
Practise your times tables here!!!
This is an excellent website for activities relating to all areas of the maths curriculum
For access to a free e-book library follow the link to Oxford Owl's website.
For access to a range of free educational games for all subjects, follow the link to the Topmarks website.
Follow the link for fun science activities.
Follow this link for some fantastic home learning ideas for Science lessons.
Follow this link to practise all of the games you use currently in your Spanish lessons.
Y3 – Currently working on food (can revise numbers to 15 and colours)
Y4 - Currently working on pets (can revise family, weather, clothing, animals and body parts)
Y5 – Currently working on keeping fit and healthy (can revise body, shops, food, family and grammar)
Y6 - Currently working on family and home and revising all other topics
PE Home Learning
Barnsley Joy of Movement Activities
In partnership with the Reds in the community (Barnsley Football club) have produced a booklet full of fun and exciting activities for your children to take part in download the document here.
If you’re looking for ways to educate and entertain the kids during lockdown, we’ve got something for you! Yorkshire Sport Foundation have brought together teachers from across the country to provide activities and games you can replicate at home, using things you can find around the house. They have fun at the heart of them all, so not only will it keep the kids entertained, but it will continue their development in crucial areas such as coordination, balance and building strength. It’s endorsed by the Government Department for Education, and is supported by leading national organisations, the Association for Physical Education, and the Youth Sport Trust. Each video lasts around two minutes, and will introduce an activity, with tips for how to progress it depending on the age and development of your child. Some of the videos have ways 8 you can put what children have learnt into a game, plus ways of how to make that game easier or harder. You may think that PE is all about star jumps, cross country runs in the cold, or the school football team. Physical education is actually about providing your child with the fundamental skills they need as they develop throughout primary school. And it’s fun! Families across the country have been getting involved in #ThisIsPE in the last few weeks, so why don’t you? Check out all the videos here.