Catch Up Meeting on Zoom
We have arranged a short meeting for children in Class Nine to have the opportunity to have a quick catch up with their friends and teacher. The meeting will take place at 1pm on Friday 10th July. We hope that you will be able to join us. The ID code and password will be sent in a text message to all parents. In order to help safeguard all of the people involved, we ask that all parents make it known to the teacher that they are in the room at the start of the meeting. Parents do not need to remain on camera if they choose not to.
The Grange Primary School
Teacher: Mrs Grant, Miss Creaby
Teaching Assistants: Miss Beaumont, Mrs Horton, Miss. Hinton
Coming Back to Class Nine
Now the government has said that it is safe, we look forward to welcoming some of you back into Class Nine. If you are not coming back just yet thank you for being a 'Stay Home Hero' for a bit longer to keep everyone safe. We have put together some information to help you understand how school will work as there will be a few differences. Please click on the document links below to learn more.
Home Learning Activities
We hope you are all keeping safe and well. We are setting work for your child each week using the online learning platforms. These tasks are designed to follow the next steps in your child’s learning. A suggestion for how each day’s learning could look:
Purple Mash Reading activity
Purple Mash Writing activity
Purple Mash Maths activity
Your child has a unique log in details of which are in the front of their home diaries.
|Espresso choice of Maths or English Activity||
When accessing activities on Espresso you will need this username and password.
|Topic research project or creative activity||See below|
If you have any difficulties accessing these or need further information or advice please contact us on email@example.com We also love to see what you have been doing so please keep in touch.
Our Topic this term is Early Britons, we would love for you to learn about the Stone Age. There are lots of lovely resources online to support your learning. You will notice you even have some tasks in Purple Mash. Some questions for you to think about:
What was life like?
How was it different from today?
What would people have eaten?
Where did people live?
Click on these links and watch these short videos to see if they can help you answer those questions.
Now it’s time to get creative, how can you display your new knowledge? You could, write a non-fiction book, draw a picture, make a model, present a TV show, get your family involved in role play or have a go at all of them! Here are some ideas to get you started. Don't forget to send pictures of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
As we are doing so much of our work online at the moment it is extra important that we keep in mind how to stay sate online. Click here to watch five videos about how to keep safe.
Supporting your child at home
The following links will take you to Espresso and Purple Mash. Both contain numerous resources for supporting your child in all areas of the school curriculum. Individual log-in details can be found in children's reading records. For further information about the curriculum please go to the Curriculum section of the school website.