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Week 13 22.6.20

Dear Samson class and parents,

I hope you and your family are keeping safe and well. This week is National School Sports Week and I really hope you will take part in it. Attached below is the parent guide and suggessted activities - if you are on twitter please tag us in some of the activities! 

Please find below some activities that you may want to look at with your child and encourage them to take part in during the week - if you look at week 13 and download the Home Learning Intentions attachment you can see the suggested order of the tasks.

Spelling Shed and Mathletics

Activities have been set for the week - please continue to encourage your children to do these.

Ninja Maths

I have uploaded 5 worksheets these do not need to be printed the children can do these on scrap paper if it is easier (will hopefully save some ink). I have also uploaded the answers which are on the PowerPoint- the children are used to me using this PowerPoint in class - if they start the presentation and click on the correct week and session they will be able to find the timer and then answers at the end of the 5 minutes.

Accelerated Reader

This is able to be accessed using the following link:

Continuing on Monday, BBC Bitesize are offering a range of subjects, which your son or daughter may be interested in, to access it please use the following link: 

We will be continuing to use BBC Bitesize maths lessons. Each day you will need to use the link to access the daily maths lessons. Link:

It has been great hearing from lots of parents over the last few weeks and I have really enjoyed seeing the photos of the home learning, as well as other activities which the children have been doing. I look forward to seeing more this week.

Take care and have a great week,

Mr Leighton-Scott