NSPCC Maths Day Is Here !

Remember today is DRESS UP day! Wear something Maths related! We’d love to see numbers everywhere.

Voluntary contribution to the NSPCC of £1

Friday’s Maths Challenge!

  You have until Monday to submit your photographs.  Choose from the Maths at home challenge menu and photograph yourself completing a task.  

Send your photographs to to your crew leader on Class Dojo

Thursday’s Maths Challenge

Maths at home!  Maths is everywhere! 

Take a photograph of something maths related around the home.  This could be a clock, a shape, ml, l or g on food packets or even a pizza cut into fractions. 

Who will be the most creative? 

Send your photographs to your crew leader on class dojo

Best Way to Cut Pizza

Tuesday’s Maths Challenge

Maths is everywhere! 

Take a photograph of something maths related around our local community. 

This could be a percentage in a shop sale, a date on a building, a bus timetable or numbers on a traffic sign. 

Who will be the most creative?  Send your photographs to your crew leader on class dojo

NSPCC Number Day

NSPCC Number Day at school

Dear Parents and Carers 

Next week is maths week at Carcroft (4th – 7th May).  We will be celebrating maths and to do this we will be doing the following:

  • Each day you will be informed of a challenge you can complete at home and bring into school or send to your crew leader on Class Dojo.
  • Each day there will be a FUN maths challenge on the blog for you to complete as a family at home
  • Friday is NSPCC Maths day so we will be having a ‘maths’ dress up day or Non-Uniform Day with numbers (£1 donation)

Please see the school blog for links to the NSPCC maths day website, ideas for dress up and daily posts next week.

NSPCC website:

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/charity-runs-cycles-and-challenges/social-and-special-events/number-day/

Thanks

Mr Longley 

Here are a few dress up ideas. We can’t wait to see the ideas!

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NSPCC Number Day 2019 – South Park Primary Blog

Crew Godley 30.04.2021

We’ve had a fantastic week in Crew Godley this week! Our expeditionary learning has been so exciting! We began with our gallery of photos from when we were babies. The children were so amazed to see themselves so small 👶🏻


We’ve been writing facts about animals to tell Farmer Ian all about the animals he could have on his farm if he wished to. We’ve worked so hard to demonstrate green standard by using our phonics to help spell those tricky words, finger spaces and full stops.

We’ve given out lots of Howls throughout the week for children who are demonstrating their ability to work hard, get smart and be kind. I wonder who will be our HoWL heroes next week 🦸‍♂️

I would like to praise SJ who has worked incredibly hard on his learning behaviours this week. I am absolutely delighted with his maturity and resilience even when things get a little tricky.

We have worked hard on our praises, pledges, notices and wonders this week in crew and I can’t wait to see more children sharing with each other in crew next week 💜

Howl Average: 3.6

We’ve definitely had the Friday Feeling today, so enjoy the long weekend Crew Godley and I will see you all bright and early on Tuesday morning 🙂

Daily Blog Crew Godley 19.04.2021

Magnificent Monday! 

Today we launched our new expedition; Who lives on Old McDonald’s farm? This meant we had some very exciting visitors in school! 

Farmer Ian very kindly brought us lots of animals for to see! We met Fred the tortoise 🐢, Jessica the goat 🐐, Quack and Quackers the ducks 🦆, Meg the dog 🐕 and even Marshmallow who is an alpaca 🦙 as well as sheep, rabbits and guineapigs! 


Farmer Ian taught us all about where the animals live and what they like to eat! We then got to brush the donkey and pony as well as play with Meg! She was very clever and knew lots of tricks! 

Fred the tortoise was a big hit with the children. Farmer Ian let him have a walk on our field and we had to keep finding him in the long grass, can you spot him? 

Make sure you keep your eyes 👀 peeled at the end of the week for This Week in the Phase to see even more of our very exciting day! 

Today’s HOWL hero’s were:

Getting Smart: SJ

Working Hard: Teddy

Being Kind: Roseanne

Well done everyone ❤️ Our HoWL average was 3.1! Great start to the term Crew Godley 🙂