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w/b - 30.3.20

 

So, we have had a week of 'home schooling'. I hope it has gone well so far. Don't worry if you've done loads or hardly any, this is a strange situation and being out of routine is really difficult. Please do keep trying with the home learning, even if it is only Reading once a day and keeping those times tables fresh in your mind. That will all help. If you can, do something creative each day - sketching, colouring, painting, role play, singing, dancing or cooking. This will help the day go a bit quicker and keep it interesting. Well done if you have managed to get into your own little routine. Structure in your day will help the children know what they are doing and will hopefully keep them occupied. Joe Wicks P.E seems to have been a hit; do try to keep active! From this week, there will now be some directed daily tasks on this page to give you new ideas of how to keep learning at home. smiley

 

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On this page you will find links to a range of websites where you can access games and activities to further support your child's learning at home. Keep an eye on this page for specific tasks to keep your child busy and actively learning. 

 

I know this must be a really confusing time for our little people, so if possible, try to keep as much routine for them as you can. This will hopefully help them to keep a bit of normality and stop you from going a bit mad in the process! 


Remember there will always be a member of staff at school as well in case support is needed. There isn't much we can do whilst in this strange situation but will try to help where we can.

 

If you follow the Twinkl Star, you will find copies of Year 3 Reading Comprehension tasks. Please do give these a go as they are brilliant at keeping those VIPERS skills fresh! 

 

Stay safe, stay away from too many people, but long walks in the open air is good for the body and mind. See you on the other side! 

Real PE

We use Real PE in school to teach physical exercise. They have kindly set up a home learning portal for all parents to use at Brentry Primary. Have a look at their fantastic resources. 

 

Parent email: parent@brentrypri-1.com
Password:  brentrypri

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