The NLT family zone has great authors sharing their stories, free digital books and activities for children and their families.
Year 6: We would be very grateful if you could return the 2 x books your Year 6 child was given to take home at the beginning of lockdown. We have ‘drop boxes’ in each entrance for your convenience or alternatively bring the books to the school office. Many thanks.
This link will take you to a magazine full of ideas for families to have fun close to home. Ideas include the online Summer Reading Challenge, playing with water, crafts , puzzles and even a sports day in the garden!
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