Summer Holiday Reading Activities


This year the Summer Reading Challenge will celebrate happiness, fun and laughter! Encourage your child to practise their reading by joining the team of seriously funny animals as they get up to all sorts of mischief and mayhem in some of the best books around! Children taking part can borrow books from our fantastic e-Library for free!
Children will be assigned new Bug Club books to read over the summer holiday. Please encourage your child to read the books and complete the comprehension questions. All the previous books will remain in the digital library for your child to reread. School code: 3h7h
Catch up on Phonics: The live lessons have now ended, however, all the lessons are now available on youtube:
A fantastic selection of books  to browse and read; all you have to do is click on the book cover to get the link. Enjoy!
Please register your Year 5 or 6 child, so they can access 100s of free reading books, audiobooks and daily news articles. 

Summer Holiday Grammar & Mathematics Activities

IXL: Practice your arithmetic and grammar broken down by year group. click on the strand you want to focus on and the question will pop up. Good luck!
Topmarks is another exciting site with both maths and English games to help you practice your learning.

Other Summer Holiday Activities

Check out this link to help KS2 children follow the news and learn more about current affairs.
Bromley-by-Bow Family Playrooms, an online activity group for families with children up to 11 years old.
Change4Life provides fun activities to help children exercise at home, as well as ideas to support a healthy diet.
The Self-care Summer Primary pack is full of fun activities which will help your child look after their mental health and wellbeing
Learning Through Play showcases 20 activities that parents can do cheaply and easily at home with their early years children.

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Check out these links for local events in the area
The Line – Art Trail, details and activity pack for local walks


Ways to look after your child’s mental health and wellbeing:

To keep your children safe online, we recommend your child follow these e-Safety Top Tips:

Here are some ideas to support non-screen time: