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Maths, English, Science and PE for all

Times Tables Rock Stars Information

  1. Maths:
    • MyMaths login (www.mymaths.co.uk) where they can access year group specific lessons, activities and games to consolidate learning.
      1. GROVE = Username: grove8 and Password:success57
      2. WESTWOOD = Username: whitton and Password: westwood
      3. To access these, children sign in to MyMaths and then choose the ‘booster pack’ tab on the left hand menu and then select the pack for their specific year group and work their way through the lessons and associated activities.
      4. To access the games, children click on the ‘games’ tab on the left hand menu.
      5. Children should complete either one of the lessons or games per day
    • KS2 children should also access Times Tables Rockstars (each child has a login already) on a daily basis and practice their times tables for at least 10 minutes per day.  
  2. English:
    •  All students should read daily at home for 10-15 minutes and practice their current spellings. 
    • All children have a PurpleMash login. Under the ‘serial mash’ tab, they can access different reading texts and complete quizzes once read.
      1. KS1 children should complete at least 2 of these per week, in addition to their daily reading;
      2. KS2 children should complete at least 3 of these per week. 
    • Under the ‘English’ tab of the PurpleMash website, there is a range of writing activities.
      1. KS1 children should complete at least 2 of these per week;
      2. KS2 children should complete at least 3 of these per week.
  3. Science:
    •  Developing Experts:- https://developingexperts.com/ Children will bring a piece of paper home with the login details. For those already at home, we will post these to you.
    • Explorify: https://explorify.wellcome.ac.uk/ This is free to sign up to and has a range of fantastic resources that the children really enjoy for all topics taught across the curriculum. Particular favourites are 'zoom in, zoom out' and 'odd one out' 
  4. Physical Activity
    • Children should complete a minimum of 2 hours of physical activity a week.
    • This should be home-based rather than in a ‘mass gathering’ so could be an exercise video or some calisthenics as these require little or no equipment. There are a multitude of videos online to follow.
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