This is our page for websites that can help you with your learning. If you scroll down the page, you’ll find sub-headings of different subjects that everybody can use. There are specific pages for each Year group and you can access these by hovering over the ‘Home Learning’ tab.
1. Purplemash: If you click here you’ll be able to login to Purplemash.
Nessy: if you click here, you will reach the login page for Nessy.
White Rose Maths click here
Click here for the Mathsframe Multiplication Check webpage.
Click here for the timestables.co.uk website.
Click here for the ‘Learn Your Times Tables’ website.
Here is the ‘Hit the Button’ website. Practice doubling, number bonds, halves and times tables.
Click here for the ‘easy’ train maths.
Click here for the ‘medium’ train maths.
Click here for the ‘difficult’ train maths.
Teeth – Year 3
Click here for the website from the Children’s University of Manchester all about teeth.
Here is the link to the BBC Bitesize webpage about the Stone Age.
If you click here, it will take you to the Unsworth Primary School webpage about the Stone Age.
Learn about the instruments of the orchestra and where they sit on ‘Classic for Kids.’
Click here to take you to the Isle of Tune website to help you learn how to compose music.
Click here for the ‘Hour of Code’ website.
7. Activity Books:
Easter Learning Project – Whole School
Hello again everybody! Your teachers have been working hard to try to find a plan to suit all classes. Our idea is that every week (although this one lasts for two weeks), each class will get a plan for the week. All classes will have the same theme. This means that if you have a brother or a sister in a different class, you might be able to work on things together and share ideas. Have a look and see what you think. We hope that you will find a few things that you would like to do!
All the following plans will also be on your class learning tab under ‘Home Learning.’ Every teacher has written a letter to their class because it’s all a bit strange in school without you all and they definitely want to try to keep in touch.
If you’d like to send a letter to your teacher, than the best way to do it is to write it up on Word and get mum or dad to email it to the office. This will then be passed to your teacher who will then write a reply, email it back to the office and then back to you.