Lots of learning going on here and it’s amazing to see some life skills and creativity in there with it as well! As you know, learning is all about making memories too! Have a good day!
Loving all of these! And a very special Autism awareness jigsaw in the middle there and a new addition to the world! 🐑Well done guys. Can’t wait to see more from you – keep up your hard work and those big smiles!
Okay everyone, today’s creative activity is based around using as many different colours of chalk as possible. That is the challenge I’m setting, see how many different colours you can use in your chalk art. I have put some pictures down below for ideas of what you can do. Also today is Autism Awareness Day,… Read more »
As part of our support for World Autism Day, we’d like to invite you to create your own version of the ‘Puzzle Piece Heart’ logo. We want you to be as creative as possible and show off a little of yourselves while creating your hearts. They don’t just have to be coloured in pencil; they… Read more »
Today is World Autism Awareness Day which gives us an opportunity to think about, discuss and accept the differences that Autism or ASD makes to peoples lives. Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them. Here are… Read more »
Here are some suggestions of GoNoodle videos for you to try each day. You could do them in the morning to get ready for the day or to give you some energy and focus your brain throughout the day. You can try as many videos as you like (KS1 and KS2 suggestions) and some of… Read more »
Lots of hard work has gone on here! You have all produced such lovely pieces and in such interesting attire! Keep it up guys! 👍 Miss Jenkins
Well done to everyone! Keep looking at the blogs as i’m having lots of photos, so uploads happening all day! Have a great day!
I would like all of class one to have a go at this speaking and listening challenge with a grown up of your choice. I would like you to ask them the following questions: What was your favourite toy as a child? What was your favourite TV show? What did you do during school holidays?… Read more »
Morning, here is a super simple maths game that you can easily create at home. Create a bottom bingo sheet with numbers on for however many players you wish, then create some bingo questions to cover the numbers. The first player to cover their sheet is the winner! The questions can be along the lines… Read more »