Cambridgeshire County Council’s Maths and English teams have been working hard to create ‘Summer Learning Packs’ to support primary-aged children as they prepare to transition to their new year group in September.
The packs, which focus on English and Maths, offer a range of fun activities and challenges to encourage children to be creative, such as writing a news report based on an escaped gerbil, creating a non-fiction spinner, and taking a ‘maths walk’ around your local area.
Separate versions have been created for all year groups 1 to 6, with each pack available to download from the Council’s popular Home Learning Hub – meaning children and parents can work through them online or offline.
Emma Fuller, Cambridgeshire County Council’s Lead Adviser for English and Maths, said: ‘Our team have worked incredibly hard to produce packs that should offer parents lots of ideas and activities to support their children’s learning over the summer. They are comprehensive, but also a lot of fun. I’m really proud of what the team have produced. I hope parents and children love them too!’
You can download the ‘Moving on Up’ packs here.