NEW - Home Learning for Y6
From Monday 15th June, the way we set Home Learning has changed. Instead of a daily Purple Mash Blog, tasks for the week can be accessed by following the link below. All the resources shown posted on the class website are the ones we are using in school that week.
You can still use Purple Mash though to tackle 2Dos, leave messages for your teacher or just have fun learning!
School Closure - What can I do at home?
Although SATs will not be taking place this year, it is vitally important that you continue to work at home as much as possible. You must be continuing to read, work on your spellings, practise you maths etc. Below is a list of many different activities you can be working on to help move your learning forward.
Here is a list of recommended activities we would like your child to complete at home.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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