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Week Beginning 23rd March

Monday 23rd March 2020 - To kick start the week, we are tuning into Joe Wicks’ live workouts every morning at 9am - so make sure you tune in too. We have included the link in useful websites. We have also uploaded the Zumos link, if you can’t remember your login details - please email your class teacher.

Tuesday 24th March 2020 - Some of you will have seen or heard about the Prime Minister's announcement last night, informing people about when they can leave their homes. You can find out more about this on Newsround (updated at 9.15am each day). Remember, stay positive and keep in touch with your friends and family as we're sure they'd love to hear from you (over the phone, of course!).


Wednesday 25th March 2020 - We hope that you are making the most of the packs and resources that we have provided! Have any of you filled in a line of your 'Stay at Home Bingo' yet? We know that it is a weird time at the moment so we suggest that you could create a timetable for yourself to ensure that you do all of the things that you want to do and to maintain routines. Things you could include daily: exercising; doing some of your home-learning pack; reading a book that you have wanted to for a while; catching up with someone (online); playing a game; helping your parents with a chore. 


Thursday 26th Match 2020 - We hope you are beginning to find a balance between learning and relaxing. A huge well done to those who have completed tasks in their learning packs and to those who are completing their tasks on MyMaths, BugClub and MathsWhizz - if you haven't, its not too late to start.


Friday 27th March 2020 - Happy Friday! How do your timetables look? We are putting together ideas for a rather unusual diary. Be ready to start next Monday! In the meantime, tell a friend about a learning activity you have completed in your learning packs or your 'Stay at Home Bingo' grid. Take a look and read the 'Children's Guide to Staying at Home' for more details on how to keep yourself and your family safe. 

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