Some children find it easier if their days are structured and there is a routine for them to follow. At school, we use a visual timetable to help them feel secure and to show them what is coming next. Miss Lane (SENDCO) has provided a Visual timetable for you to use with your child at home if you feel they would benefit from this. Lots of symbols are provided for you to pick from so you can plan each day.
North Suffolk Sport and Health Partnership
Our friends at the North Suffolk Sport and Health Partnership are offering some virtual sporting opportunities.
This week it is gymnastics. To take part, you need to get someone at home to film a routine of different balances.
Reception - Year 2 have 40 seconds
Year 3 and 4 have 30 seconds
Year 5 and 6 have 20 seconds
Each balance needs to be held for 3 seconds.
You will score points baced on the balances you choose which are split into the categories Easy, Medium, Hard and Challenging.
please use this link to see the list of balances and the rules for the competition
Once you have filmed your routine, you can post it on either our twitter or facebook pages.
Remember, Mr Mckenzie would say to have a go. To only perform balances in your routine that are within your ability and to always be neat and tidy. You are a gymnast!
Here is a video of Cora showing us how its done.
We can't wait to see what wonderful routines you are capable of.