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RSC School Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet

My daughter loves reading and actually enjoys Shakespeare. She has read a number of his works (in a slightly condensed version) and thought they were amazing. And I must admit I also enjoyed Shakespeare at school but when it came … Continue reading

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Lockdown Learning

I know some people are loving lockdown learning but I must admit we have struggled. And yes I know some people find that hard to imagine because we are full time home educators (we home educated before lockdown started and … Continue reading

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Cells

We started looking at cells earlier this year and the kids created a visual representation of an animal cell and a plant cell using kitchen items like a plastic container, frozen peas and frozen corn. It was a great activity. … Continue reading

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The Parts of a Flower

During our many walks we have started trying to identify the different flowers that we spot and just talk about plant life more. Things like how to you think those flowers came here – could it have been wind dispersal? … Continue reading

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KS2 Grammar Workbook

I really enjoy the Understanding English series from Schofield & Sims. One of the books included in this series is the Grammar one – which I actually used as a revision book with my daughter in her Year 6 (great … Continue reading

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