St Michael's Summer Scrapbook Challenge
If you are looking for something to occupy those quieter hours/rainy days why not try our summer challenge? See below for more information (this pdf is also uploaded to Google Classrooms and was emailed to parents on 16/7/2020).
If you complete a scrapbook, please bring it in to show your new class teacher in September.
Happy holiday and stay safe.
School Closure Learning on Google Classrooms - the whole school can now access "school closure learning" through google classrooms. We will continue to upload learning to google classrooms during this time of restricted opening. Click here to visit google classrooms.
There are lots of different activities, games and challenges in the Maths section of our website
- click here
to access them. New activities will be added as they become available.
The Devon Wildlife Trust
are now setting a new wild challenge every week for school pupils to undertake during the current lockdown. You can find details of the first challenge below.
John Lewis and Partners
have launched a competition to design a "superhero" teddy bear
. The winning bear will be sold in John Lewis stores later in the year to raise money for the NHS. You can find more information following this link
(scroll down the page to the relevant section), and can use the template below for any design ideas!
As we are currently living through a significant piece of history, how about completing these "time capsule" ideas sheets?
The Department for Education (DfE) has brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. Click here to access the list. Please note that c
ontent on this list is liable to change/update and has not been monitored by the school.
Local artist, Becky Bettesworth, has released a range of her prints, which can be downloaded for colouring in your own style! Click on the (very) faint images below to view each piece of artwork, and use the named documents below to open a printable copy. You can also visit her website here
to download your free copies.