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WE ARE READERS!

 

 

As some of you know, every year, Lancashire Libraries run a reading trail. This year you can join The Silly Squad at

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

 

The Summer Reading Challenge website is free to access and features games, quizzes and downloadable activities that incentivise and encourage children to take part in reading related activities.

Although public library buildings are closed, libraries will continue to deliver the Challenge through virtual services and e-lending platforms.Visit your local library website to find out how you can access eBooks, audiobooks, comics and magazines for free that you can use to complete the Challenge at home.

Take a look at the Find a Read section for further information on accessing reading materials at home. Don’t worry if you’re not already a member – you can join online.

St Veronica’s Virtual Sport Challenges


Spar Lancashire School Games are hosting a virtual sports day and we thought that at St Veronica’s we could use this opportunity to hold our first set of virtual sports challenges which will run until the end of term and can be entered multiple times to try to improve on your last go!

 

Using the Lancashire School Games video resources we would like as many of our children to participate and send a picture and/or video to:

 

 sport@st-veronicas.lancs.sch.uk

 

Every child that takes part will receive a certificate of participation and the top three boys and girls from each class will receive a special certificate.

The top three boys & girls from each year group will be displayed on the school website each Friday until the end of term.

 

Head over to the school website (Children > Sport) for more information on the events and how to enter.

 

We are looking forward to seeing your entries.

 

Good Luck!

 

The St Veronica’s sports team

 

Remote Science lessons for young people

 

https://www.ase.org.uk/ase-coronavirus-hub-primary-remote-learning-resources

https://www.stem.org.uk/remote-lessons

 

Alongside these lessons, there are also live Q&A sessions, run by teachers, giving both students and parents/carers the opportunity to ask questions and get further support. Lessons are currently live on the website for KS1,2

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