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As well as celebrating VE Day this week, we are celebrating lots of home learning. Who has been working hard this week?
The Safeguarding Training Centre from The Key have created interactive guidance on setting up parental controls on children’s devices, as well as downloadable fact sheets on popular apps such as TikTok, YouTube and Instagram. Click here to go to the hub. Click here to go to our online safety page for more resources.
Would you like to learn how to make games, a website, music, a robot or digital art? Click here to read a guide for parents on the Raspberry Pi website or click here to go to the online resources.
Step into Hexham Book Festival’s Story Space and experience magical new worlds and exciting adventures. You’ll find fabulous authors and familiar faces reading super stories from brilliant books.
VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) is the day that the UK remembers the end of the Second World War. This year the 75th anniversary takes place on Friday 8 May. The coronavirus outbreak means that there will be no street parties, parades or concerts this year, but you could still celebrate at home. Click below to find some learning resources
Year 1 – William, Jake
Year 2 – Amelia – Bronze Award
Year 3 – Lucas – Silver Award
Year 3 – Harvey, Jaxon
Year 4 – Lincoln
Year 6 – Imogen, Emily, Macey-Leigh
Spelling Shed Awards
Year 4 – James
Year 5 – Maisie, Lucy
Fiction Express –
Year 5 – Abigail, Maisie, Kaden, Sharoon
For earning more than 200 points:
Year 3 – Naomi
Year 4 – Abbie
Year 5 – Emily, Lucy, Maisie, Fraser
Year 6 – Emily, Daniel
Extra special ‘well done’ to Lucy from Miss Edwards for exceptional effort gaining 1500 points since lockdown!
Message from Mrs Reed – Don’t forget about Purple Mash. There’s so much to do!
The BBC ‘Ten pieces’ website is sharing a different piece of music each week. There is a film to watch and a linked creative activity that can be completed by children at home without any special materials or preparation. Keep listening, enjoying and creating music! Click here to go to ‘Ten Pieces at Home’
Have you looked at our class photos? New images have been added to our class pages, including some fabulous learning at home since the school closure. Click here to go to the gallery to take a look.
This website has help sheets for parents, and activities for children of different ages: Think u know