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Happy birthday/Penblwydd Hapus to our Queen! Here at Tolleshunt D’arcy Primary, we wanted to celebrate a very special birthday today, her Majesty The Queen is 94! To celebrate the pupils have been working hard on making some lovely birthday cards and sending her some birthday wishes! Keep them coming and have a lovely day all!
Over the year Class 4 has looked at perimeter and area, here is a set of challenges that will remind you of our previous learning. Remember to show square numbers for area. The coast of Essex is made up of estuaries and mud flats which are home to many species of wading birds, the wordsearch… Read more »
As many of you will have heard, both the BBC and Government (through Oak National Academy) are providing daily online learning for pupils during lock-down. https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons I would recommend dipping into anything that holds the children’s interest and keeps them learning. There are plenty of activities available on many different subjects which will all… Read more »
We have lots of interesting and exciting work planned for you over the next few weeks and this week’s work can be downloaded here and will be sent out on Parentmail. We’ll also put up daily brain teasers to get you started.
Lovely to see plenty of learning going on over the holidays! Lots of creative and happy photos to share!
Wow! So many photos to get through today! Looks like so much fun is going on and with lots of creative ways to learn as well! Well done everyone.
We’ve put together a list of things to try over the Easter holidays. There is a good variety of things to try and do. Included are a lot of life skills to have a go at that will benefit you (and sometimes your parents) in the future. I wonder who will be able to tick… Read more »
Here are a few puzzles for you to solve: Milson has divided 15 x 1p coins among 4 bags and now, without opening any of the bags, he can pay any sum between 1p and 15p. How many pennies were put into each bag? Jackie paid £21.00 for 5 presents, A, B, C, D and… Read more »