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Earlsmead Primary School

Earlsmead Primary School



You should now be completing some learning from home daily and we hope that you're enjoying it!

Although it is a little strange not being at school, we will be back to normal before you know it and between now and then you need to be in charge of your learning! :)
You can choose to follow the suggested timetable on this page or another that suits you but remember to keep up the learning or when we return to school there will be gaps and things you have forgotten!
The tasks set on here are a good place to start because your teacher has chosen them for you. These will change weekly so keep an eye out for new activities and email your teacher for any questions or feedback (you can type answers in an email or send a photo/scanned image of completed work!)
You have also been set tasks on:
Bug Club and Abacus (Active Learn)
Purple Mash
- if you have lost any of your log in details for these subscriptions please email and ask to be reminded of them!
This is a lot to keep you busy but if you complete all these tasks and would like more there are plenty of websites that normally charge that have made their resources free.
You can very easily set up your own free account on:
IXL (www.uk.ixl.com)
Twinkl (www.twinkl.co.uk) 
White Rose (www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning)
Khan Academy (khanacademy.org)
These websites (and many others) have got very useful pages all about school closures and home learning.
There are plenty of other resources that you can find online such as those on BBC and YouTube, just do a quick google search with an adult to find more!
We can't wait to hear what you have learnt about when we return to school!
If you have an important question that you can't solve without your teachers help you are welcome to send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

                       Miss Walsh and Miss Ahmed                  -               earlsmeadyear3@gmail.com


                                                  Why not try some of these free classes at home?