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Hi Guys

We hope you are all doing OK and staying safe.

There has been a lot of recent speculation around returning to school. At this moment in time, Year 3 and 4 have not been mentioned in any plans to return. Please keep looking out for communication from school for all information about this.

Please keep looking at Seesaw for daily activities and messages from us. This week you will find lots of activities linked to art and design – who can create the most unique and interesting piece? Remember, you can also upload any photos or videos to your journal of you doing interesting things at home, we would love to see what you are up to!

This week we would love you to check out Developing Experts, our online resource for science. developingexperts We have added a new unit for you to look at, all about electricity! There are videos and lessons to watch before having a go at the tasks. You can use your log in details that school sent you and have a go at the activities.

Don’t forget, you can also check out BBC bitesize where you can find daily lessons on a wide range of subjects.

We really miss all of you and can’t wait until we are all safely back at school again. Until then, stay safe, stay alert and we will get through this together.

Mr Wilson

Mrs Bryant

 

Mr Wilson and Mrs Bryant say Hi! We hope you are all doing OK and staying safe. Hopefully you have been able to get out a bit and enjoy the recent nice weather (safely of course!)

You should have received your latest Home learning packs now and are able to have a go at the activities. Remember, just do a little bit each day!

Please keep looking at Seesaw for daily activities and messages from us. This week you will find lots of activities linked to health and happiness – who can do the best dance challenge video? You can also upload any photos or videos to your journal of you doing interesting things at home, did you do anything to mark VE day? Have you made any awesome art/crafts? We would love to see what you are up to!

Thank you to the children who have already looked at MyMaths, it would be great if more of you could have a go too; you can use your log in details that school sent you and have a go at the activities. Your maths work is instantly marked and you can see how you did!

Youu might also like to check out BBC Bitesize where you can find daily lessons on a wide range of subjects.

We really miss all of you and can’t wait until we are all back at school again. Until then, stay safe, stay alert and we will get through this together.

Mr Wilson

Mrs Bryant