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09/04/20

The children in reception created spring flowers using 2Paint on Purple Mash. How beautiful! https://t.co/8RDR3Qh4I6

09/04/20

More wonderful rainbow pictures from children in our school. Keep them coming in! https://t.co/AqUxnz64kn

09/04/20

Today, Mrs Meaden read the book ‘Zog’ written by Julia Donaldson. Find it on our school website. 📚#teacherread https://t.co/Ee28hUscMa

08/04/20

Get your hands dirty and check out the new Family Adventure Learning activities from our friends at Crystal Palace Park on our website. https://t.co/P5P70KVae5

07/04/20

Retweetd From Chartwells UK

Super Yummy Kitchen! 🥦🥕🧄🍠 Home schooling your children and need a fun activity to complete that links to the curriculum? Look no further. Here’s our next activity . . . Get Twisty! https://t.co/OgCxSSmvj8

07/04/20

Eesa and Khalil have been learning how to draw alongside tutorials with Rob Biddulph. Take a look at their Stuart house too! Great work boys! https://t.co/BUt1um49Mq

07/04/20

Nellie-Rose has made a fantastic model of a Stuart house, showing her learning of the Great Fire of London. https://t.co/8QM0YIw1DX

06/04/20

Don’t forget to check our school website for our special story times with the staff at . Today Mr Woolridge has read the story ‘Books Are Rubbish’ by Sue Hendra. https://t.co/DJTnPBEJFs

06/04/20

Well done Mason for making a fantastic model of a Stuart house. We will use this to recreate the scenes of the Great Fire of London. Keep sending in your photos to homelearning.org.uk and we will upload them onto our school website. https://t.co/wItHia6lCk

05/04/20

Why not have a go at the 30 day Lego challenge during the month of April? Tag your pictures to https://t.co/780uKUDOoJ

05/04/20

Look out for the beautiful Painted Lady butterflies that our reception class have been watching grow 🐛🦋 https://t.co/ngVkf9dTvC

05/04/20

The Painted Lady is a migrating butterfly and can fly thousands of miles to find food. 🦋 https://t.co/PSRTJwq0so

05/04/20

After waiting patiently for four weeks, our reception class caterpillars have transformed into beautiful ‘Painted Lady’ butterflies. Watch Mrs Meaden release them in her garden 🐛🦋#InsectLore https://t.co/ALCGUgtzyb

04/04/20

Today the lovely Miss Adams read ‘A New Home for Tiger’ which can be found on our website. Look out for the new videos that will published 3 days of the week. https://t.co/R7aaI02jZd

03/04/20

Check out the new Home Learning section of our school website! Children should take a break from work packs over the two week Easter period- lots of activities to keep busy are on the website. Weekly phone calls will not be made over the next two weeks. Stay safe and best wishes.

03/04/20

Did you join in with the clap for the NHS? Lots of our staff did... https://t.co/3uzazXaQxF

02/04/20

Some more rainbow displays from our staff. https://t.co/uqWT21TYvv

01/04/20

Retweetd From RuthMiskinedu

Don't forget to tune into our daily phonics lessons. Subscribe and turn on the notifications to never miss a daily Read Write Inc. Phonics lesson. https://t.co/xZHLYegQyV Speed Sounds Set 1 - 9.30 am (GMT) Speed Sounds Set 2 – 10.00 am Speed Sounds Set 3 – 10.30 am

01/04/20

Amazing daily PE sessions with Joe Wicks. https://t.co/T1KZwISOoK

01/04/20

Retweetd From Oxford Primary

We have now added 11 new Read Write Inc. eBooks to Oxford Owl for Home, so that children can continue their Read Write Inc. learning journey at home. More free support to be added over the coming days! Visit: https://t.co/xWOGxRF1YU https://t.co/HpEfg6Dozc

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