Thinkuknow have released some excellent e-safety resources for Home Learning while children are not in school. Have a look at the document below and carry out the activities.
Can you learn the actions to the song?
You could record yourself singing it and upload it to your Seesaw account or send us an email of your video.
You could also try your hand at coding - we love to use Rapid Router to introduce this at school.
Rapid Router has been created to teach the first principles of computer programming that are covered in the Computing curriculum.
Rapid Router is a fun and engaging education resource which includes a coding game that helps teach children the basic principles of programming. Built on ‘Blockly’, an easy-to-use visual programming language that's similar to Scratch, Rapid Router enables teachers and parents to monitor and manage individual pupil progress and identify where more support is required.
See how many levels you can get through this week - can you make it all the way up to level 12 in the 'Getting Started' section?