School work during the coronavirus shutdown
All children will be set work for each day that they would otherwise be in school. It is recommended that children log in to their Purple Mash accounts to complete this work as this enables the class teacher to give feedback to the children. The work will also be uploaded to this page below this message if access to Purple Mash is not convenient. The work on Purple Mash will be uploaded to the Year 3 learning blog and all children have been shown how to use this. If you or your child has difficulty finding or using the blog please contact me on the email address below.
Children will also be able to access their Times Tables Rock Stars accounts. Links for both sites will be provided below. All children have been provided with a login for these sites. If your child has forgotten their login for either site you can contact the class teacher via email at email@example.com .
This is a completely unprecedented situation for everyone. If you are unsure of how to access these online learning platforms or cannot do so due to personal circumstances then please get in touch using the class email address. Like you, we want the disruption to your child’s learning to be minimised and we will be more than happy to assist you or find alternatives if you are having difficulties.
We hope that your children keep working hard and are finding innovative ways to entertain themselves during this unprecedented situation!
Year 3 teachers
Use the form below to get in contact with the class teacher during the school shutdown.
Work for Monday 23rd March 2020
Hello Holborn and Chancery Lane,
Welcome to our learning blog! Your first task is the write out a set of instructions for washing your hands. It is really important that we know how to protect ourselves and those we care about from the coronavirus. You can make this into a poster to remind everyone at home. Remember to include:
An introduction to tell people why washing your hands is so important.
A list of things you will need.
A list of numbered steps (remember to include time adverbials such as 'First', 'then','after that' and 'finally')
You can use link below to help you
You can decorate with pictures and diagrams if you want.
I am looking forward to seeing your work!
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