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Here is a list of useful links to help support children during school closures.

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School closure

Dear Parents,


In light of current events I thought it would be best to make sure all parents are as prepared/ready as can be and will be able to continue school learning as the school is being closed. Your efforts during this unprecedented time would be greatly appreciated!


Please be aware that Twinkl are offering all parents free access to their resources for a month (ultimate pack).  This usually comes at a very high price and the resources are fantastic across all subjects for all year groups and is well worth taking advantage of if we all end up self isolating



Please ensure that your child reads for at least 20mins per day.  Encourage them to read widely.  Online books are available for free at various websites.  To ensure that the children develop their  comprehension skills by using the free comprehension resources from Twinkl and when reading ask questions about the text. A guide to questioning is at the bottom of this webpage under Blooms taxonomy



Please encourage the children to write as much as possible.  Particular attention should be paid to handwriting and punctuations.  This term we have been looking at adding detail in our writing by adding descriptive words and sentence starters.



We have covered all the basic operations and have also looked at fractions.  The children know the methods and we have been encouraging them to draw the answers out.  Twinkl have power points to help you explain as well as worksheets.  Please teach you children their number bonds to ten and twenty and matching subtraction facts and their times tables and matching division facts.   Ensure that you children know their 2D and 3D shapes names and the number of corners and sides.


If you need any assistance, feel free to email and I will get back to you asap.  I will be checking my emails frequently:


Wishing you and your families well in these difficult times


Many Thanks

Mrs T Plester