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30 Days of Fun in the Garden This April

With the world a very unsettling place at the moment, we wanted to offer people something fun, free and full of positivity. At a time when we’re all looking a little anxiously towards the future, if instead we look outside the window we can see that spring has well and truly sprung – so let’s make the most of it. The wonderful Tamsin Westhorpe, author of Diary of a Modern Country Gardener, has written this 30-day challenge to gardening activities you can share with children this April. Whether you have a huge country garden or a tiny town plot, or perhaps just a sunny windowsill, this diary of things to keep your hands and minds busy is the perfect distraction. The projects are all low-cost and don’t require any special skills or equipment – you can improvise with whatever you have to hand.

 We have had a request for our students to draw pictures for residents at one of our local care homes as they are no longer able to receive visitors and need cheering up - please ask your brothers and sisters to help too!



 Widgit are offering free access to symbols - they have lots of ready made resources that you may find useful. Go to and enter code WIDGIT30



We all know that the next few weeks are going to be challenging so we have created some resources for you to share with your children and parents to help them have fun with music and continue to develop their skills.



Try the 30 Day Lego Challenge.

Send photos of your creations to and I'll post them on the website!

Click here to see Otter Class Day 1 photos!


 Twinkl is offering free access to resources during school closure. Click here for information


 Phonics Play is offering free access to resources during school closure. Click here for information


 Click here for Topmarks online maths games


 Click here for Scholastic free home learning resource packs


 To support those children at home, Joe Wicks the fitness coach is doing live workout PE sessions that will be suitable for all age children 


bug club

Active Learn is an online software purchased by school on a yearly basis.

Students in school will have a login and password for the site if thought to be appropriate. 

Individual teachers can set books for students in their class.  The books may be at the

students current reading level or they may be at a higher level as all books can be listened

to using the 'Read to me' icon.  The school code is emnc.  Please contact your child's teacher

for the username and password.


Sumdog is an adaptive online eucation game based learning program aimed to help students practice their numeracy and literacy. 

Please ask the class teacher for individual log in details.


Nicki Gilbert


Westfield School,

Ryelands Road,






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