Welcome to our children’s pages where you will be able to find lots of information and useful websites for our pupils.

R.E. Challenge

KS1 R.E. Challenge

Easter Egg with an Easter Message!

Can you make an Easter egg with the real meaning of Easter hidden somewhere inside?

You can choose how you want to make it…paper, card 3D…you decide!

Send your Easter Egg creations to:

[email protected] 

KS1 R.E. Challenge

Create an Easter Quiz

Using what you know about Easter, from your learning at school, home, church or wherever else…can you write a quiz all about Easter?

Send it to:

[email protected] 

Let’s see if you can challenge other children and even the teachers!!

 

Easter Activities

Design and Make Your Own Easter Garden

Think about what you could include:

An Easter garden has three important features: a mound with one or three crosses to represent Calvary; a stone or structure to show the empty tomb; and lots of greenery and flowers.

If you can’t find the items, you could make it out of paper!

Have A Look At Some Interesting Websites

Year 6D Blog

Check out the 6D blog!

 

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Mathletics

At St. Augustine’s we subscribe to Mathletics

All children in school use their own login details to login and can access the website both at school and at home.

 

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Times Table Rock Stars

At St. Augustine’s we subscribe to Time Tables Rock Stars.

All children in school use their individual logins  and can access the website both at school and at home.

To to our online portal

Audible Discover

Free audiobooks for children from audible. They are put into age groups and contain a slightly random mixture of titles but do include some classic favourites such as Beatrix Potter and White Fang as well as a few more up to date books such as Kid Normal.

 

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Fiction Express

Fiction Express have made their site free for the next 3 months. Every half term 3 books are published on the website in weekly chapters. The children can then vote on where the plot goes next and the author writes the most popular choice as the next chapter.

 

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Year 6C Blog

Check out the 6C blog!

 

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Purple Mash

At St. Augustine’s we subscribe to Purple Mash.

All children in school have their own individual login and can access the website both at school and at home.

 

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Numbots

At St. Augustine’s we have free access to Numbots.

All children in school can use their Times Table Rock Stars login and can access the website both at school and at home.

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Words For Life

Words for life is the National Literacy Trust’s website for parents. It has lots of fun activities, suggestions on things you can do together to support literacy and tips from top authors.

 

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Real PE

At St. Augustine’s we subscribe to Purple Mash.

All children in school use the following details to login and can access the website both at school and at home.

Parent email: [email protected]
Password: staugustin

Go to our online portal

The Maths Factory

Let Carol teach your child Maths during this difficult period

Age 4-12 years

Matched to the National Curriculum

 

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