Race to the Robin!

Posted on December 23, 2016

  The Festive Season is upon us! ‘Tis the season for lots of food, laughter and….. games! So here’s a fun game to play at home absolutely free! Enjoy!       Best wishes,

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  Curled up with a good book and a warm drink- is there any thing better? Here’s our handy guide to a few classic books your child might enjoy reading over Christmas break. After they’ve finished reading the books, why not try some of our activity suggestions to make the

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  Audio books are increasingly popular. Here’s five reasons why audio books could form a great  part of your child’s reading programme:   1. Audio books are a great way to bring a book to life. For auditory learners, audio books can be engaging and make a huge difference in terms of understanding. One of our

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Year six maths will be a consolidation of the skills learnt in previous years. It will also take their mathematical skills one step further. Children will be introduced to areas which they may not have covered before, such as algebra, ratio and proportion or order of operations. There will also

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Comprehension is a word that can fill children with dread! Being tested on an author’s work can sometimes spike up the pressure and make reading for pleasure difficult. However, reading for comprehension is an important skill and one they will need to draw on for their KS2 Sats tests. Once

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