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WORLD BOOK DAY 2021-This happening all of next week, keep a check on your emails for information. Here are some fun resources and activities you can take part in ALL of next week. There are prizes to be won all through next week, your teacher will let you know about these. We can celebrate WORLD BOOK DAY 2021 BOWNESS STYLE!!!!

Look out for your Plan B pack!

If we have to isolate, your teachers will use this page again to keep in contact as well as through Zoom.

Look! How talented is Mrs Kenyon?

Measuring the Earth!


The Royal Astronomical Society and The National Schools Observatory are doing a quick 'citizen science' experiment this weekend for everyone across the UK.
They want to find out how big the Earth is. All you have to do is push a stick into the ground (or prop it up) then measure the stick and the shadow it makes at around 1pm on Saturday.

You need to go to the website below and put in your measurements to take part.


It would be great to get as many people taking part as possible.

Here is the website:  


Parents, please look out for an important email from Miss Davies.  If you have not heard by Friday, email Miss D on


Thank you

Until we are all back safely, teachers will be providing distance learning tasks and activities here.  Check your class sub page for details!

For information on the virus, click here.


Don't forget to use Doodle Maths and Tables (and Doodle English and Spell for Years 1 - 6) by downloading the app or use the links below. 

Purple Mash has lots of activities and your teacher may set you some special tasks!

Have a look at Newsround for some useful information and resources about this years theme - Kindness.

Everybody Worries

Florence Nightingale and the NHS

It's Florence Nightingale's Birthday today. Lots of Interesting information on Purple Mash- The original (Non) NHS hero!

and a podcast


Here's another great link to a podcast on the NHS.


Another great art challenge - art on a toilet roll tube!

Have a look and see what you can come up with. One for all the family to have a go at! 


Looking for more PE and movement activities- Check out this Free link to the parent/ child side of 'imoves' for parents

There are plenty of plug and play videos ðŸƒ‍♀️, boredom busters and mental wellbeing activities in there to keep parents and kids going at home.

There's also this Maths on the move- Mixing up PE and Maths- All good fun!



Commemorating VE Day

As we all know, this Friday 8th May is the 75th Anniversary of VE DAY.  As a school we had planned to recognise this in various ways and activities- However, we would not like this day to go unnoticed and hope that VE DAY will also be acknowledged in our home- school this week. This can be done in a great number of ways-whether it be making bunting, having street parties, making a toast or looking at depth at a particular aspect of this period.

There are some generic links below to get you started- whilst on the class pages you will find some more age specific ones.

We would love to see your involvement- so take some photos and send them in to us.

Join us on Friday 1st May at 3 pm for a Bowness School Scavenger Hunt!  Email Miss D on to register your interest, download Zoom and a link will be sent an hour before.  Look forward to seeing you there!!

The Book of Hopes & How to Not Go to School



Not sure how to sort your fronted adverbials from your clauses? Verbs from Nouns?

Please find a downloadable PDF below that may be of some help. Available for both KS1 and KS2.

Lots of fun ideas here if you're looking for ways to stay active.

Stay Safe

This might be fun to join in. Celebrate the 75 th anniversary of VE day with a picnic at home. I'll be having a red white and blue picnic - as long as it doesn't rain! Mrs M

Hi Bowness family! We are missing you lots! I saw this and thought I would put it on the website for you to have a look at and maybe join in, it’s for a really good cause! Stay home, stay safe ❤️ Miss Edwards

Why not have a go at Mrs Misselbrook's Easter Art Challenge!?

Choose a painting online.

Try the National Gallery -

Or the Tate Britain -

Or any other gallery you like.

Recreate the painting at home and take a photo. You can email your photo to your teacher or post it on our Facebook page.

We used blankets and Lightsabers to make ours.

I can't wait to see your photos!