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Wet Woodlands. We won't have one next week over half term but will be back again on the 1st of June.

https://watermillsandmarshes.org.uk/education-activities/week-6-wet-woodlands/

The Broads Authority is running a "Broads in Miniature Competition" until June 31 with a chance for anyone to win a Broads Goody Bag and Columbia voucher. See this link for more information. It;s open to the general public and not just the schools.
https://watermillsandmarshes.org.uk/education-activities/broads-in-miniature-competition/

Water Mills and Marshes:
As we can't get out into the Broads National Park for the foreseeable future, we, at Water, Mills and Marshes, decided to bring as much of the park to you and your students as possible via our website's Education Page.   https://watermillsandmarshes.org.uk/education-activities/


Bird Migration and Dawn Chorus:
This week we teamed up with RSPB Strumpshaw to celebrate Bird Week and our post is all about Bird Migration and the Dawn Chorus (peaking this week). There a couple of nice short animations explaining how and why birds migrate and are all busy singing at the moment.
https://watermillsandmarshes.org.uk/education-activities/week-4-habitats-and-wildlife-birds/


Marshmen:
This week's post is up. It tells the story of the Marshmen in the Broads National Park to coincide with National Share a Story Week.
https://watermillsandmarshes.org.uk/education-activities/week-3-marshmen/

Week 5 Schoolreaders Storytime
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ by Julia Donaldson
Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len are two crafty robbers with a cunning plan to steal the farmer’s fine prize cow. But little do they know that the tiniest, quietest creature of all has overhead their plot, and she has a plan of her own . . . Reading Age 6+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Spells’ by Emily Gravett
A hopeful little frog tries to turn himself into a handsome prince by piecing together the torn pages of a spell book. There's just one problem – although Frog knows all about magical spells, spelling is another matter . . . Optional activity Reading Age 5+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Peace at Last’ by Jill Murphy The hour was late and Mr Bear was tired. But he could not sleep - however he tried and wherever he tried. Snore, snore went Mrs Bear. Tick-tock, tick-tock went the clock.  Would he never get to sleep? Optional activity Reading Age 6+

Week 4 School Readers Storytime

Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Aaaarrgghh Spider! by Lydia Monks
Spider wants to be a family pet. But the family whose house he lives in are terrified of him. Whenever he tries to show them what a great pet he would make, they simply cry: ”AAAARRGGHH, Spider!” Optional activity Reading Age 5+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Cyril and Pat’ by Emily Gravett
Cyril is the only squirrel in Lake Park, and he's very lonely. Until one day he meets Pat – Pat the big, grey . . . other squirrel. Cyril and Pat have lots of adventures and fun together and Cyril is so pleased he's made a friend. But everyone is adamant that Cyril and Pat simply cannot be friends, and they soon reveal why: Pat, as the reader has known all along, is actually a RAT! Optional activity Reading Age 7+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘The Highway Rat’ by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
Life is not safe for the other animals, as the villainous Highway Rat gallops along the highway, stealing their food. Clover from a rabbit; nuts from a squirrel - he even steals his own horse's hay. Will he finally meet his comeuppance, in the form of a cunning duck? Optional activity Reading Age 6+
Week 3 School Readers Storytime
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ by Michael Rosen
For brave hunters and bear-lovers!  Follow and join in the family's excitement as they wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of a bear. What a surprise awaits them in the cave on the other side of the dark forest! Reading Age 6+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Winston the Book Wolf’ by Marni McGeeWinston the book wolf likes books - he likes to eat them. But then a girl named Rosie teaches Winston an important lesson: "You do not have to chew on a book to taste the wonderful words inside. Words taste even better when you eat them with your eyes!" Optional activity Reading Age 7+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘The Legend of the Kea ’ by Philip Temple
Krikta the kea and his friends are always playing practical jokes on the other birds. But one day, some of the birds become greedy and want the forest for themselves. So begins the terrible time of quarrelling that threatens the forest. Ka, the great bird and keeper of the forest, is angry with the birds and punishes them. Krikta, the mischievous kea, finds he has been too cheeky for his own good. Reading Age 10+
Week 2 School Readers Storytime
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Baby Brains’ by Simon James
Meet the extraordinary Baby Brains. He reads the paper, mends the car and works as a doctor at the hospital. He’s so clever that some scientists ask him to go on their next space mission. Optional activity Reading Age 5+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Into the Forest’ by Anthony Browne 
One night a boy is woken by a terrible sound. A storm is breaking, lightning flashing across the sky. In the morning Dad has disappeared and Mum doesn’t seem to know when he’ll be back. Mum asks her son to take a cake to his sick grandma. "Don’t go into the forest," she warns. "Go the long way round." But, for the first time, the boy chooses to take the path into the forest, where he meets a variety of fairy tale characters! Optional activity Reading age 8+
Schoolreaders Storytime – ‘Bringing Down the Moon’ by Jonathan EmmettMeet the little mole who thinks a lot and join him on his quest to bring down the moon. Optional activity Reading age 3+
Week 1 - School Readers Storytime
Schoolreaders Storytime - 'The Ravenous Beast' by Niamh Sharkey
The ravenous beast is hungry; he’s hungry, hungry, hungry. But is he the hungriest animal of all? Optional activity Reading age: 5+
Schoolreaders Storytime - 'One is a snail, ten is a crab' by April Pulley SayreIf one is a snail and two is a person, we must be counting by feet! Optional activity Reading age: 3+
Schoolreaders Storytime - 'This is Our House' by Michael RosenA book about the power of sharing. George says the cardboard house is his and no one else can share it. Optional activity Reading age: 5+

Learning from Home Ideas - 11th May - Satellites

Primary Picture News Resource England - 11th May - Satellites

Fun Kids is the UK's children's radio station and part of our mission, as well as entertaining kids across the country, is to help them learn.  We're giving you free resources every week for you to share with your class. Every day we release a new mission that can help children at home learn more about a subject and test their knowledge. 

With restrictions on going outdoors being lifted, this week's missions are all to do with staying safe while your pupils are out and about.

Children will find out why it's so dangerous to trespass on the railways with our newest educational series, Track Pack, and Charlie Crow will be helping us find out why you should never play in a quarry!

With a new mission each day kids will have plenty to do in this week's missions

Norwich City Community Sports Foundation

Norwich City CSF - Maths Quiz   If you fill in the name and email there is also a certificate that can be printed off when the task has been completed.

Norwich City CSF App

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Our schools

Clarion Academy Trust is a multi-academy and primary school Trust in South Norfolk. We aspire to excellence in all aspects of our practice. Mutual support, collaboration and challenge are key to our success. Raising standards for teaching and learning is at the core of all we do; providing students, pupils and staff with the opportunity to thrive, flourish and excel. This is a common vision for all our academies, no matter what their setting, context or circumstances.