The most important activity children can do in the event of school closure is to read. The more reading the better! If they can also have some basic focus around reading and spelling key words, counting, number or multiplication tables this will be very beneficial.
Activities will be made available; web-based work, reading, writing and drawing activities and possibly project based learning. The exact activities will be targeted to each key stage and year group. Below are some online learning platforms where you can access learning to support your child.
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ - this will become free if the government close schools (however some activities are already free)
https://www.purplemash.com/login/ - this website supports the whole curriculum – individual logins will be sent home today in either the front or back cover of your child’s yellow reading record.
https://play.numbots.com/#/intro - this will become free should the school close
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/parents – this covers the whole curriculum
https://ttrockstars.com/ - multiplication practice
https://www.purplemash.com/login/ - this website supports all curriculum – individual login available today.
Hello lovely Hedgehogs and Bumblebees
So here we go with another exciting week of learning! It has been fantastic to see you using Purple Mash and Dojo to show us your work. Thank you so much.
Miss Wilson has planned some more maths for you all - 3d shapes and lots of practical activities!
Miss Kersey has planned some lovely Purple Mash activities all around Spring.
I have a few challenges for you: first of all - can you beatbox?
Also - get out in your garden on a scavenger hunt. If you haven't got a garden, try looking out for these things as you walk to the shops or the post office.
Remember that it is really important to get out everyday and get some fresh air.
Speak to you all in the week!