The children have loved being back at school after a long absence. We have been doing activities this week that have helped the children return to their routines. We have established our class values and have worked hard as teams as we have built and re-built relationships. Our particular highlights of the week have been creating silly stories, river crossing with our teams and researching our new house team names. We are excited to use our new ‘Minecraft’ themed reading corner.
If you’re looking for inspiration to help keep your 6-11 years olds busy and active while you’re all staying at home more this summer, we’ve brought together a selection of ideas and challenges to help.
Check out this year’s Summer Reading Challenge – a really fun way to help encourage children to keep reading during the summer.
There’s a competition for children to create a lockdown archive that will tell people how Norfolk children’s felt and coped during lockdown.
Plus, a 30 day fitness challenge, how to make a bird kebab (no, it’s not a kebab made from birds!), ideas for story writing and recipes to make together and share.