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Class 5

                                  Welcome to Class 5!

 

 

Hello Class 5! 

On the 'Daily Check In' form, some of you have said that you are finding Purple Mash a little confusing. Under this I have popped a quick video to help you, I hope it does! Some of you have commented on the Daily Ramblings of Two Teachers - thanks! I am glad we are keeping you entertained. If you haven't looked, go to Home Learning - Daily Ramblings. 

 

Your main activities will still be under the 'Home Learning, Homework and Spellings star but I have put all those exciting links to the scouts, BBC Bitesize, TTRS, Purple Mash, Joe Wicks PE lesson  under the 'What's on the web?' star. 

Don't forget to keep checking there as we are constantly finding lots of fun activities for you to do at home as well as some work! If you find any great activities to do, why don't you share them with the whole school community by using the blog on Purple Mash? We teachers love to see what you have been doing!

Purple Mash Help

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I have a new found respect for the people who show others how to play games on You Tube! I’ve tried to do a quick guide for you about Purple Mash as some of you have said that it is a little confusing. Hope this helps!

I have set up a school blog about our home learning journey on Purple Mash. On the home page, select the 'Sharing' tab, where you will find the 'Shared Blogs' section which contains the blog. It would be lovely to find out what you are all doing whilst the school is closed.

 

Parents of Class 5.

There is some useful information for you including how to get access to the education website Twink and virtual books under the parent letters section of this page. If you have any problems or concerns, please email office@holycross.notts.sch.uk and I will answer the best I can. I know learning from home can be hard so, there will be a demand for the computer from the whole family and you will no doubt be working from home yourself. These are all suggested activities, what is important is that your son/daughter feels safe and loved through these troubling times - if that means creating a den and having a picnic in it rather than completing a music task - so be it. Make good memories and enjoy having your little ones at home. 

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