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Home Learning - a note to parents

Although the school is closed, it's important that your child keeps some forms of learning as part of their day.

In addition to the more structured tasks that your child's teacher will provide (see Home Learning Hub tab), there are many websites/youTube channels which are offering ideas and activities to engage your child whilst they are at home.

Please see individual blog entries for ideas from different curriculum areas.

Happy learning, and stay safe.


Hub School Learning
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Our Key Worker children have been having fun at Rushen School Hub, learning in the sun. Charlie and Sebastian were looking at wild animals and showed great teamwork to complete a HUGE jigsaw! Charlie made a cute Easter card. Today's Stick Challenge: we made a tower that had to be taller than all of…

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Home Learning In Action!
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Lots of you have been enjoying learning at home: A fabulous seagull which Charlotte has painted. Charlotte has been learning about the Tudors. Thomas climbed South Barrule with his family. Well done, Thomas! Neve climbed Cronk ny Arrey Laa with her family. It looks a bit chilly! Bella has been lear…

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Mathematics resources for home learning
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Useful links to support learning in Mathematics: Links to content can potentially contain advertisements or inappropriate content. Please check prior to your child accessing sites. All ages: Sumdog - Maths, English interactive games - If your child does not currently have an account, you can sign u…

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Online Safety
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#Thinkuknow have created new packs to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, they will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time onl…

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Literacy resources for home learning
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Useful links to support learning in Literacy: Links to content can potentially contain advertisements or inappropriate content. Please check prior to your child accessing sites. Y3,4,5,6: Pobble 365: http://www.pobble365.com - Literacy (writing, reading, comprehension etc) Pictures with a variety o…

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