Just to let you know how much I am missing you all but I know you are all being really good at home and doing lots of activities, I’ve not heard of any red cards! I’ve been looking at your class pages to see all the wonderful things going on. I’m glad you are all keeping busy and I shall be checking with your teachers lots.
I am looking forward to you all bringing me your merit cards, showing me your good work and most of all seeing your smiling faces and having our chats.
Be good, helpful and kind to you family 😀
See you all soon,
Love Mrs Hughes
It’s often difficult to explain things in a way a child might understand, use these documents below to give you a helping hand
Your childs teacher will soon be adding content to their class page, please have a look!
Oak National Academy have launched lessons for each year group from Reception to Year 6 daily
Sign up and enter code UKTWINKLHELPS
Normally £2 per week it is being given for free until schools reopen. To sign up go to https://www.themathsfactor.com
Enjoy Tameside library services online
School pupils and families are being encouraged to access Tameside Libraries’ online service while they stay at home.
There is a wealth of free e-reading matter available - whether it’s books, magazines, comics, newspapers or even the Encyclopedia Britannica, it’s all at your fingertips. All you need is your Tameside Libraries card and PIN number.
BorrowBox lets you borrow, renew, reserve or return e-books and e-audiobooks round the clock, seven days a week. You can read them online or by downloading the app:www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/ebooks
RB Digital - www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/emagazines - is the gateway to popular magazines while PressReader -www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/pressreader - provides national and international newspapers and comics. If you’re looking for information or help with studying, or want to find out about something, then try our virtual reference library - www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/onlineservices#EB
For full details of Tameside Libraries and how the service is being provided in response to covid-19 visitwww.tameside.gov.uk/libraries
follow the link for more fantastic places to read free books and audio books.
The children can access tablet friendly content from a range of subjects and is aimed at the whole school whether you're in Nursery or Year 6. Fill in the contact form below or message the schools Facebook page for a username and password.
Use this contact form to request your childs username and password for accessing Education City. You need to include your childs name, class and your name. If you fail to provide the information your request will be rejected. Thank you
The children love to play on Purple Mash, whether that be creating stories, designing 3d models and much much more. Visit the link below to access Purple Mash. If you require a username and password fill in the contact form below or message the schools Facebook page.
Use this contact form to request your childs username and password for accessing Purple Mash. You need to include your childs name, class and your name. If you fail to provide the information your request will be rejected. Thank you
All children in KS2 should know how to access TTRockstars, using the link below your children will be able to access it from home and compete. The usernames and password could be stuck in your childs homework book.
Also, as part of TTRockstars the school has access to an app made by the same company called NumBots. Your child can access this using the TTRockstars username and password. This application is aimed at children from Year 1 to Year 6
Use this contact form to request your childs username and password for accessing TTRockstars. You need to include your childs name, class and your name. If you fail to provide the information your request will be rejected. Thank you
Below are some links to online resources for teaching maths! Have a look
Find the fantastic resources from White Rose Maths for helping you to support the teaching of maths at home.
Looking for educational videos?
Interesting audio resources?
Child friendly apps?
Useful websites for learning?
Join Joe Wicks who is hosting a free workout at 9am for a home workout aimed at children. Subscribe to his YouTube channel and find the information below. Let’s keep moving!
https://scratch.mit.edu/ - Start coding with Scratch, Scratch is a free to use resource where you can practice your coding skills. There is an online version following the link above or you can download the app Scratch Junior.
Some children have worked with Scratch with Mr Moss and Miss Truelove.
Nursery parents please check for the latest activities to be uploaded. You can send pictures, videos and messages to show your child's learning at home.