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Home Learning

 

Teachers will set work via a weekly email, using the 'Oak National Academy' for lessons. (link below) 

This work will be added to the year group folder on this page too.

Any questions please email your teacher directly.

 

Reception: Work is still being set on Tapestry and Purple Mash.

 

Every class has a blog on Purple Mash - please tell us about all the wonderful activities you are doing at home.

 

Kindness

Kindness - The Duchess of Cambridge wants to share the importance of spreading a little kindness

Sir Linkalot!

 

There is going to be a 15 minute daily show hosted by Sir Linkalot which is a brilliant way to learn the spelling of tricky words from ‘they’ to ‘onomatopoeia’. To find out what it’s all about take a look at this (you’ll be hooked when the boy says ‘I was terrible at it’)...The Future of Spelling 

As you will see, Countdown’s Susie Dent is on the app and will be making an appearance in the show twice a week.

So, tell your children (5 to 15 year olds) to ‘'Tune in at 2 for Sir Linkalot Time'’ by clicking on this    www.sirlinkalot.org/lessons

 

The app won the ‘Best Educational App’ award at this year’s BETT Show - the world’s no 1 edtech exhibition.

Hold on to your hats as the guy is completely bonkers but what he has is a game-changer.

FREE coding activities at home

 

The Raspberry Pi Foundation have launched a new, free Digital Making at Home initiative to support parents and young people with coding at home. You don’t need any coding experience to join in, and all of their resources and activities are free forever.

Every Monday, they release new themed code-along videos about projects designed for all levels of ability. They also provide support tutorials for parents who are interested in learning more about coding tools like Scratch and Python, and over 200 projects with step-by-step instructions that are accessible online at any time — all for free.

Sign up now to start receiving free activities suitable to your child's age and ability straight to your inbox.

Scavenger Hunts!

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Books and magazines at your fingertips - library service

Books and magazines at your fingertips - library service 1

Download Disney comics free with your library card

Download Disney comics free with your library card 1

Educating pupils at home – Resources for Families

30 day Lego challenge

'Learning at home' letter.

How to access Purple Mash

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