Below you will find our new pages to support you with Home Learning. These will start being updated weekly by Mrs. Losty, from Monday 23rd March 2020. The work posted for the first week of school closure was put together to ensure that parents had some work to use over the first week and I would like to reassure you that it is not essential that these are completed as 'worksheets'. Please feel free to use paper or notebooks to record answers when this is feasible. There are also lots of online resources which can be found on the Free Websites and Resources page. As of Monday, we will be providing activity ideas which will not require any printing. Many thanks.
On the 'Weekly Overviews' page, you will find all of the weekly plans which outline the activities suggested for the week, including maths, English and Wider Curriculum lessons. Mrs. Losty will leave previous weeks' overviews on the page too so you can access or revisit them at any time.
On the 'Subject Resources' page, you will find some resources to go alongside the daily activities. Not all activities have resources uploaded to go alongside them.
On the 'Free Websites and Resources' page, you will find supplementary websites, links and resources to support with extra activities (which are also available on the general 'Class Pages' page for all pupils across the school).
If your child is working below age-related expectations, or is having difficulty accessing any of the activities that have been posted for our class, then please feel free to make use of the resources shared for the other classes and the free resources and website for all ages.
Home Learning Queries
If you have any questions relating specifically to the home learning activities, please fill-out the contact form below (ensuring you include your name and email address in order to receive a reply) and a class teacher will respond ASAP. Please note: this contact form is solely for the purpose of clarifying home learning activities. Teachers will not be responding to any other queries or providing feedback for home learning. Thank you.
Welcome to Class 3/4!