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Week 1 23rd - 27th Mar

Monday 23rd to Friday 27th March


Monday 23rd March


We hope you've all had a good day, and have started to settle in to a happy routine.


Thank you to those who have submitted work on Purple Mash - remember to keep checking your To Do section for new tasks. 


If you log in to Education City, you'll find some spelling games and some math activities and games to complete this week. 


In school today we made rainbows on the computer and printed them out - have you made one at home yet?


We also tried our hand at being illustrators by following a drawing tutorial created by children's author and illustrator Rob Biddulph. Why not have a go too and create your own 'Gregosaurus'?


Mrs Thornhill, Mrs Tierney and Mr Lowrey

Tuesday 24th March


It's great to see some of your completing the learning activities on Purple Mash; we hope you logon and check any feedback or redo's we have set you to complete. 


There is plenty of activities for you to do, whether you use any of the following:

  • Purple Mash
  • TT Rockstars
  • Education City
  • Kids Classroom Secrets (Manatee class)
  • Your paper pack 
  • Anything you to choose to access.


Don't forget Joe Wicks' PE sessions, which start live on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't fret if you miss them as they can be accessed at any time of the day. They're still keeping our remaining children on their toes! 


You can also access David Walliams' stories on the following website if you want a quiet 15mins


Mrs Thornhill, Mrs Tierney and Mr Lowrey

Wednesday 25th March



When the news came in that schools were closing and children needed to stay in doors as much as possible, families started creating rainbows to go in their windows. It was to spread some joy and make people smile.


Rainbows were the perfect choice to do this - no matter how old you are, you're always excited to see one!


When things get tough and feel scary we need to reach out for things that make us happy  - rainbows, music, dancing, exercise or perhaps baking. Find the thing that works for you. 


There is a famous quote from Oscar Wilde:


When it rains, look for rainbows.

When it is dark, look for stars. 


There is always hope and always light, we just need to look for it. 


Some children in Year 5 have been creating rainbows on Purple Mash. If you haven't made one yet, why not do one tomorrow?


Mrs Thornhill, Mrs Tierney and Mr Lowrey

Thursday 26th March


If you are reading this then you have successfully navigated our 'new look' web page. We have been using our time to update the page and hopefully make it as user friendly as possible. Throughout our time away from school, we will be adding activities and useful websites to each of the home learning areas. As with everything at the moment we are going with the flow.

Thank you all for the lovely work you have been submitting it has been really great to see you doing some fantastic work, we look forward to seeing your rainbows. Look out for some assemblies that will be posted soon. 

Hope you are all having fun.

Mrs Thornhill, Mrs Tierney and Mr Lowrey


Friday 27th March 


Hope you all had a good day, did you see Mrs Thornhill's assembly? In school today we tried to make our own balloon buggies, they weren't overly successful. Perhaps you could try and make one of your own, using your knowledge of forces to aid your design.



Once again there has been lots of work posted on Purple Mash, we now have a display board so look out for your work being put up. 

We hope you all have a fantastic weekend, it's been a strange week without you, but we hope you are having lots of fun and we hope to see you soon. 

Keep washing those hands!

Mrs Thornhill, Mrs Tierney and Mr Lowrey