Amazon are doing free Maths books, available to download straight to the kindle or iPad. Type in free maths in the search bar on the Amazon site and they come up, go through to purchase as normal but it provides a £0 cost and a download option.
Want to be involved? Judge which is the best Picture Book. Consider how well the words and pictures work together to tell the story when judging the best book.
The Day the Banana went Bad https://clickv.ie/w/DOdp
Inch & Grub https:/ /clickv.ie/w/6Odp
Dog Gone https://clickv.ie/w/2Ndp
Llama Glamarama https://clickv.ie/w/vOdp
Don’t call me Grumpycorn https://clickv.ie/w/lOdp
Bear Shaped https://clickv.ie/w/2Odp
Pirates vs Monsters https://clickv.ie/w/Cefp
Hospital Dog being read by Julia Donaldson.
Meesha Makes Friends https://clickv.ie/w/NKgp
Copy and paste links to view the videos in your web browser. These links will be disabled after the Festival. The deadline for voting has been extended to the 29th January to help widen participation. As you may be aware, this year the Festival has gone online and PBA voting can also be done online at the Festival PBA page https://www.
One of our year 6 pupils organised a charity fundraiser at the weekend selling hot chocolates. He made a staggering £398.50 for the food bank which he used to buy lots of food. We are very proud of him.
We would like to say a thank you to our local Churches, Whitburn Methodist Church and Whitburn Parish Church, who have supported us in our preparations for Christmas. Whitburn Methodist Church gave us a Christmas time booklet, whilst Whitburn Parish Church gave Christingle sets for all infant children. We hope you enjoy sharing these with your children!
If you would like to send a message to your local policing team to wish them a Merry Christmas you can do this by leaving a comment underneath the video or if you wish, you can send your messages to the team via email.
At Whitburn, we will be marking Remembrance Day with in-class assemblies focusing on why we remember November 11th and the different ways that we remember. All of the children have been involved with making poppies which have been displayed around school and the school grounds.