The Tyrrells School

Aspire, Care, Learn for Life

Week beginning 15.06.20

Daily tasks

  • Make sure to complete some physical activity e.g. Joe Wicks, yoga, daily walk with your family or an activity of your choice.
  • You should continue with your daily reading (20 minutes per day). Remember to note down any new or exciting vocabulary.
  • Spend some time on Times Table Rock Stars.
  • If you use Lexia in school, please continue to use this at home.
  • Volunteer to help with tasks around the house e.g. making your bed, washing up or helping with the dishwasher, looking after pets, helping with cooking.


Well done to everyone who has logged on to Seesaw and uploaded some of their pieces of work. It has been great to see so many of your home learning tasks. Remember, any form of learning that you have been doing can be shared, it does not just have to be the tasks set on the class page.

If you haven't managed to log on yet, please do so. 

We MUST see a minimum of two posts each week, please.  

If you are having trouble logging in or have lost your log in details (sent via email to parents) please let your class teacher know so we can contact the office and have these resent.

Blue Peter - Six Badges of Summer.

Red Week - Sport

Did you complete your Green Week badge last week? Your World Ocean Day activities might count towards your Green Badge.


This week is Red Week - linked to sport.


To earn your Red Badge, you need to try a new physical activity - although it could be something that was new to you during the lock down period.


Follow the link to have a look on the website for tips on how you can take part.


If you haven't already, you can download a wall chart  to keep track of your Six Badges of Summer progress.  Let us know what you're doing by uploading your pictures and videos of your creations via Seesaw.


Remember to ask an adult at home to help you apply for your badge once you have met the Red Week Challenge.

J K Rowling's new book

J.K. Rowling released a free new book at the beginning of half term. It is called ‘The Ickabog’.

She would like children to illustrate the book for her. follow the link below to The Ickabog website for more details.

One or two chapters of the book are uploaded daily until July 10th. All the previous chapters are available too - so you can start reading from the beginning.