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For help with Google, please watch the following Parents guide to Google classroom - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O-bHPybPRQ

Times Tables Rockstars tournament on TTRS are as follows:

This week we see the battle of the classes  Each class will be against their other year group class.

Lets see who will come out on top 

It's anyone game, keep playing 

Mrs Riaz

(click on the link below for the parent guide)




Please ensure your child is supervised whilst watching any you tube channels and keeping themselves safe whilst using the internet.
google class

Click on the picture above for the February  EdStart challenge  

Please click on the link below for worship ideas from the Diocese of Manchester for this week

Oak National Academy are streaming online lessons for all ages from Reception upwards 

Ideas from Rochdale Additional Needs service


Maths activities that tie in with

the way the children are taught in school

Children all have their own log ins- sent home last week Good website to do each day with your children
Maths activities for all ages

A new lesson each day for years

3, 4 , 5 and 6

All lessons exemplify a Teaching for Mastery approach to maths which we use in school




KS2 children

The link above will work on a computer

username : march20       Password : home

Phonics Play are working on a new site for tablets.

Lots of reading and English ideas
Activities for all ages Watch David at 11am each day, talking about his books.

The Training Space with Jane Considine - on You Tube

Ideal for KS2 Pupils

KS2 - English with Holly



All pupil will have received a letter with their log in details Suitable for all year groups Suitable for all year groups Enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS to access resources Relax with Calm

Myleene's Music Klass airs on Instagram and  YouTube Monday and Fridays at 10am and on Wednesday at 6.30 for lullabies for little ones. Subscribe for FREE

Wellbeing through Sport Creative and fun resources to try at home exploring how you can be Young Leaders during this challenging time and beyond



Whilst not based on the academic curriculum, these are some lovely ideas you can complete as a family

Make a book

Draw flowers or fruit

Finger/footprint painting

Bake a cake

Make an outdoor chalk picture

Have a dance alarm every 30 minutes – show each other your best moves!

Make a den

Do some colouring

Learn a rhyme

Make paper aeroplanes

Blow bubbles and try to catch them

Play I spy

Sing some songs

Play musical statues

Have a toy’s tea party

Make a superhero cape

Play with playdough

Have an indoor picnic

Share lots of stories

Have an indoor treasure hunt

Play hide and seek

Play board games

Make smoothies

Perform a puppet show

Physical Activity, Mental Health and outdoor ideas

Lots of outdoor ideas. you will need to sign up with an email,

but there is no subscription at the moment

Some fun moving activities

There is no link for this. It can be accessed through you tube

Some lovely places to visit without going outside Lots of fun activities from Rochdale Football club. Follow them on social media

PE Passport

This  takes you to the main website, from there you can find different activities and webcam links.


Max Whitlock has some good gymnastic videos on You Tube

Joe Wick is streaming daily fitness sessions at 9am

Please ensure you are monitoring your child's use on You Tube



As a result of the parent questionnaire that was sent out last year, we have reviewed how we set homework in school. Parents requested that there was a change in the amount of homework we gave to children. We have been looking at a number of options to tackle this situation and have decided that we provide maths and English homework books for years 3, 4 and 5. Year 6 will be given seperate homework for their SATs. This is in addition to the reading, spellings and times tables that are sent home. The books will be sent home on a Friday and marked in class the following Friday.

Please click here for a copy of the homework timetable.


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