I hope you’re all keeping safe & well.
Just wanted to message you to say I’m really missing ALL of you. I miss the constant “Miss have you got a rubber?” “Miss can I go to the toilet?” but most of all I miss seeing your smiling faces.
I know everything seems a bit weird at the moment, but when things get back to normal you’ll have plenty to tell me, and I look forward to hearing it all.
One last thing, these times are weird for the adults too, so don’t forget to help out when you can.
Take care & stay safe
Mrs Young x
During the school closure period there is an expectation that children will read and practise their number bonds and timetables everyday. Spellings will be sent out on a Monday and we would like the children to be tested on a Friday.
Monday’s work will be English (a grammar, punctuation activity, spellings to learn and a reading comprehension), Maths and Topic.Wednesday’s work will be English (a grammar punctuation activity, spellings to learn and a reading comprehension), Maths and Art.Friday’s work will be RE, Science, ICT and PE.
Please don’t worry if you are unable to get all the work done that is set – It would be great if the children could just have a go at the work.
Please where possible email completed work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Purple mash is a computer programme we use in school for computing and to support teaching in many areas. While we are closed, we encourage children to log in and use the software – practising spellings, learning timestables, using writing frames, beginning to write code etc – in both their learning or to help entertain them when they have ‘nothing to do’!
Staff will also be setting ‘2Dos’ for the children, directing activities for the children to complete that will support learning across the curriculum.
All children were given their purple mash logins last week. There is also a parent code which you can use to monitor how your child is doing and what has been set for them.