If any of our children would like to email us and tell use something they have been doing or send a photo we would love to hear from them! We will try to reply as soon as we can.
Pupils can access their hwb email in Office 365 (on the main hwb page) using outlook. Our email address can be found under home learning on the front page of this website.
We are both enjoying working out with Joe Wicks every morning on Youtube. Remember to skip the adverts as they can be unsuitable.
We hope you are enjoying the activities in your packs and if you can get out, enjoy the sunshine!
Your child will have arrived home with a pack of work to complete. We have included a list of websites that your child can access to enhance their learning. Additionally, they can look on their class pages.
Hwb is a great resource that you can use with you child at home. Please see you child’s home reader or details in their pack for their Hwb Login details. To access these suggested Hwb activities log into Hwb, select Just2easy and then jit
Select a template and write a story in that setting
Select a template and write about a time when you visited that setting
Select a template and write a list of adjectives (describing words) to describe that place
Select Sea, iceberg, space, jungle or wood and write facts about that place.
Use the menu on the left to paste animals/objects into the setting
Use the brush to paint own images onto chosen background
Paint a self-portrait/family member/pet onto a blank background
Select a template and direct the object around the screen
Try simple and when confident have a go at advanced
Create a block/bar graph/pictogram to show your family’s:
Select a template and use the menu on the left to select an object. Create an animation by clicking on the boxes across the bottom of the screen.
Select a template. Use the menu on the left and follow the instructions to sort the objects by typing in questions about them.
Select a page layout. Choose a topic to write about. Use the menu on the left to drag in images or draw you own. Write about the image you have chosen or drawn.