19th March 2020
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- Materials yr 8
- The Rio Grande yr 7
- Robots yr 7 level
- Summer Rain yr 9.
- Battle of Chancellorsville yr 10
- Chronic Traumatic yr 11
- The Incredible Machine yr 8
- Tools of Persuasion yr 8
- Here is a list of all the prime numbers up to 1000
- Week 1 - area
- Week 2 - word problems
- Week 3 - multiples, primes and factors
- Week 4 - sequences
- Week 5 - negative numbers
- Week 6 - rounding
- Week 7 - Number Lines
- Week 8 - money problems
- Week 9 - Roman Numerals and BIDMAS
- Week 10 - fractions, percentages and decimals
- Week 11 - Time and ratio
- Week 12 - Algebra
- Week 13 Angles
- Week 14 - mass
- Week 15 - timetables
- Week 16 - co-ordinates
- Week 17 - 3D shapes
- Week 18 - circles and 2d shapes
- Week 19 - graphs
- Week 20 - pie charts and averages
- Week 21 - reflections and translations
- Week 22 - length
- Grammar words you need to know before the end of Year 6
- Maths - everything you need to know before the end of Year 6
FREE Audible audiobooks for kids as long as schools are closed
Audible is offering a wonderful selection of FREE audiobooks online for kids Pre-K through teen as long as schools are closed!
You just click on the book you want to hear and it plays immediately. You do not have to sign up or have an Amazon or Audible account to hear the stories. All of the stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet and they are available across six different languages.
You'll find newer stories as well as classics like Peter Rabbit, Winnie-the-Pooh, Dr. Suess, The Call of the Wild, Frankenstein, Anne of Green Gables and many more.
Many of the books in the Literary Classic section are books I am interested in hearing!
See all the books available for free on their website HERE!
As schools close on Friday due to COVID-19, Medicspot has launched the Hand Wash Challenge. Children at St Edmund's Catholic School can learn about the importance of washing their hands in a fun and creative way.
We're asking primary school children to share their creative ideas to help encourage frequent hand washing. They could make a poster, film a video, record a song, do a science experiment or write a poem about handwashing.
The top entry will receive £500 for their primary school and 10 runner-ups will receive £100 for their primary school. This could go towards hand sanitisers, software, books, stationery, or anything else for your primary school. There will also be a downloadable certificate for every entry received.
Please visit https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z8Q4yarO1VA5Sr6y7KP6rPKV__mxL7T6/view for more information.
Medicspot is calling all primary school children to share their creative ideas to help encourage frequent hand washing – the best way to keep yourself and others safe from coronavirus. Find out how you can enter and win £500 for St Edmund's Catholic School here: www.medicspot.co.uk/handwash