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July 2020

Dear All,

Please find the last Home Learning timetables before the summer break for each year group below. Each year's activities can be accessed by clicking the links under each rainbow. 

We continue to enjoy seeing the children’s learning on Purple Mash and being able to move them on in their reading on Bug Club and My Maths. We hope they are pleased to see their work up on their year and the whole school display boards within Purple Mash.

The year group and school wide blogs on Purple Mash are quite a success with lots of regular contributions. This is a great way for the children to connect with each other and share what they have been up to. We would love to see more photos of things pupils have been doing or activities they have completed, so please upload these to the most relevant blog.

We are incredibly proud of everyone, for a fantastic year both in school and as you have coped with the changes over the last few months.

 We do hope the weather allows you all to enjoy the outdoors over the coming weeks and you have even more freedom as restrictions are lifted.  We are really looking forward to seeing everyone in September, keep an eye on emails and this website for updates with regards to how we will ensure that this return is as safe and smooth as possible for everyone.

Enjoy summer safely!

Missing you lots,

Love from Everyone at Crane Park

 

 

 

Purple Mash updates- Our virtual learning site 

Everyone should have their own Username and Password. (Please contact school if you do not.) 

 

Check out some of our most recent blogs on Purple Mash:

 

Time to celebrate the very best learning across the School

 

Super Stars Display Board

https://www.purplemash.com/displayboard/5eee07e4a810e802717ac527  

 

Click on the links below to see useful advice and support with regards to internet safety as pupils spend more time online.

 

KS1 Keeping Safe Online

 https://www.purplemash.com/blog?sharedLinkMode=1#/app/blog/5ee20a3ec2c71d51bd7e94f3/ 

 

KS2 Online Safety

 https://www.purplemash.com/blog?sharedLinkMode=1#/app/blog/5ee152191e4125366d62dfd6/​ 

 

Using Purple Mash for the first time? Click below to find out more.

 

A blog to help you navigate Purple Mash

https://www.purplemash.com/blog?sharedLinkMode=1#/app/blog/5e83a806b0821b34786ed903/ 

 

 

 

Home Learning - Free Websites for Parents/Children to access :

 

Please find below useful website links for families to use. 

 

Fun time activities for everyone at home.

Remember: It is good to take a break and have some family time!

For more ideas to keep yourself healthy go our PE Home Learning icon.

Go for a walk and see how many different birds you can see

 

Play this collecting game

  • collect 7-12 objects from around the home
  • get a small towel or scarf
  • show your family your 7 objects
  • hide them with the towel or scarf
  • secretly take one object away
  • show your family the 6 objects that are left
  • can they guess what you have taken

 

Bake with a grown up

Make biscuits or a cake to share with your family

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/iced-fairy-cakes
https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/easiest-ever-biscuits

 

  • Play games together inside and out
  • Make your own sandwiches and have an indoor picnic
  • Make a model from empty boxes
  • Make a cress family

You need cress seed and empty egg shells or yogurt pots

  • draw a face on a yogurt post or egg shell
  • put wet tissue/cotton wool into the yogurt pot or egg shell
  • sprinkle on some cress seeds
  • put them on a window sill to grow

Make bark rubbings in the park.

Crane Park has lots of trees!​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Make a combination creature

You need two or three people, a piece of paper and pens

  • the first person secretly draws a head with a neck and then folds the paper down so the head is hidden but a little bit of neck is showing
  • the second person secretly draws a body on to the neck and then folds the paper down so the body can’t be seen (just two tiny lines to show were the body ends)
  • the next person draws the legs

Open up the picture and see what your creature looks like!

 

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