Have you lost your homework? Never fear because the homework’s here!
Log into Fronter and click on your year group tab. So, there’s no excuse for not doing your home learning activities.
If you need to do any research and you haven’t got a computer at home, you can do it in the library, which is open before school, at lunchtimes and afterschool. If you ever need help you can ask a teacher or go to the Home Learning Club where there will always be someone there to help you.
Our reading journals help to encourage us to read more and become more engaged in the books through a range of activities. When we complete activities, points are added on the reading charts in class.
See below for a whole range of ways that you can learn in a safe, fun and interesting way outside of school:
Do you enjoy visiting our school library? Well, our school library system can now be accessed online at home. This allows you and your parents/carers to reserve books, write reviews, keep up to date with competitions and events and even request books that you would like to see in the library!
The library catalogue, includes over two thousand books as well as many thousands of approved websites. You can access the system via this page by clicking the Junior Librarian logo. (The first time you access the system it may ask you to install Microsoft Silverlight; please allow this to be downloaded and installed on your computer as the system cannot run without it).
This will take you to our library home page where you can do all sorts of things without even logging in! Such as:
• Look at all the new, almost popular books, in our Library.
If you want to see your borrowing history or write reviews then you do need to log in (details below).
To log in you will need your barcode number and password – if you need a reminder of your log in please see Mrs Hennessy. Happy reading!
There is also an App called ‘iMLS’, available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android & Windows Phone 7. This App can be freely downloaded by going to your App provider and searching ‘iMLS’.
To access My Maths click here
You will need your MyMaths log in.
Why not try out some of the activities on BBC Bitesize? Click here http://www.bbc.co.uk/education