Pudsey Bolton Royd’s Summer Reading Challenge
It’s so important to keep reading over the summer holidays so why not make it more fun by taking part in our Summer Reading Challenge.
Click on the link below to download your bingo card and complete as many of the challenges as you can during the seven week break.
Remember to take photos of yourself to share with your new teacher in September.
Good luck and happy reading, Mrs Wade!
Home Learning Websites
A fantastic website offering a wide range of resources: books for children to read online, videos of authors reading books, spelling ideas as well as free printable resources too.
These websites are packed with tonnes of fun and interactive games covering a wide range of English areas. The games are split into age ranges and cover all ages for primary children.
Learn English Kids is brought to you by the British Council, and has lots of free online games, songs, stories and activities for children. For parents, there are articles on supporting children in learning English and videos on using English at home.
With character quizzes, illustration tutorials, and interactive games, the Book Trust makes story time fun for the whole family.
Free home learning packs & books and library challenges, quizzes, discussion guides, games and stories written by children for children! There’s also online lessons posted each day and an app that you can download too.
At 11am each day, comedian-turned-children’s book author, David Walliams, will read aloud a story from his World’s Worst Children collection. The daily readings, which you can listen to on his website, will be available for free for 30 days.
Whether you’re looking for help with grammar, reading or writing, this BBC website is full of videos, games and activities that support your children’s learning.
New Geography Links!
New Art Links!
Hope you are all enjoying being at home and making the most of your time to be creative!
Here are a few ideas for websites that have some great ideas. Lots of the art only needs things that you can find around your home. If you don’t have all the things suggested, try adapting the ideas with things you already have instead!
Mrs Grafton and Mrs Harding ( Art lead teachers)
New Science Links!
New Maths Links!
New History Links!
Design and Technology
Personal, Social, Heath Education
PE Web Links
Active Lessons for different curriculum areas:
PE lesson ideas to do at home from The PE Hub, which is the PE planning we use in school –
Download the Duolingo app. It’s a great way to practise listening, speaking and writing a new language. Just doing 5 minutes a day will improve your French a lot!
Learn French For Beginners Lesson 1
This covers a lot of the vocabulary that we learn in Key Stage 2. Do one section at a time and repeat. If you take it slowly and practise little and often, the words are more likely to stay in your brain.