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Frith Manor School

Accelerated Reader, Mathletics and TTRS 

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Accelerated Reader

Mathletics

Times Tables Rock Stars

Achievements

Here you can find the latest achievements in Mathletics (Year 2 to 6), and Times Tables Rock Stars and Accelerated Reader (Years 3 to 6). Scroll to the bottom of the page for more information on how to earn certificates and rewards.

Note: The next achievement assembly will be in the Summer 2. 

Latest achievements - 27th June 2022

Achievement assembly - 27th June

 

Past achievements - 23rd May 2022

Achievement assembly - 23rd May

 

 

 

Past achievements - 30th March 2022

 

Past achievements - 16th March 2022

 

Past achievement - NSPCC Rocks 9th February 2022

Past achievements - 2nd February 2022

 

Past achievements - 16th December 2021

 

Past achievements - 24th November 2021

 

Past achievements - 18th October 2021

 

Mathletics

You can earn certificates for the points you earn through completing your homework activity tasks and through playing the fun Live Mathletics games.  

  • Bronze certificates = awarded for earning 1000 points or more within one week.
  • Silver certificates = awarded for 5 weeks of scoring more than 1000 points (5 bronze certificates)
  • Gold Certificate = awarded for 20 weeks of scoring more than 100o points within one week (4 silver certificates) You’ll need to show commitment and developing ability to earn this much-coveted award.

Certificates will be awarded in celebration assemblies through the year.

 Accelerated Reader

Reading Millionaire

Can you read over a million words in a year? For each quiz you take and pass, the total word count for the book will be totaled up and recorded towards you becoming a Reading Millionaire. You will earn a certificate for 250,000 words read, half a million words read and for becoming a Reading Millionaire. 

Reading Masters - 85%+ average in quizzes

Our termly Reading Ninjas are children who have achieved an average of 85% for their quizzes. Choosing the right book is very important to ensure that you will understand what you are reading whilst still getting just the right amount of challenge to help your reading improve. A 'goldilocks book' is not too hard, not too easy but just right