Hi Leaping Lemurs,
CONGRATULATIONS to those of you who have blogged - it's a great way to communicate with each other.
It would be lovely to see more of you on our CLASS BLOG.
Click on the CLASS BLOGS link below to start blogging - load photos and tell everyone what you have been doing.
Mrs Plaister is regularly sharing mind-boggling DID YOU KNOW? facts. Log in and see what amazing facts you can learn.
Maybe you can teach everyone something new with your own DID YOU KNOW?
DARREN was the King of TTRockstars last week. Well done The boys taking the victory over the girls!
We have enjoyed our phone calls with you and are pleased to hear you are all safe and well. If we didn't manage to contact you - we will try again soon.
We miss you all so much - the staff have made you a special video- check out the In school - in lockdown link below.
WELL DONE to all of you who are completing the work we have set.
Remember you can choose what activity to do on which day (you do not need to do it on the day it is set) and if you are unable to complete something- do not worry. You should be working 2-3 hours a day maximum and should be having breaks and fun in between learning sessions. We have now changed all Powerpoint documents to PDF so you should be able to access them on a phone.
Thank you to everyone who has emailed photos of their home learning. It is great to see your fantastic work and the fun you are having! Have a look at the home learning photos below.
PLEASE continue to track your daily activity on the link below to help Whitwell Primary School on their virtual journey to Tokyo.
Weekly programmes to keep you all active have been shared by Active Derbyshire. This week's plans are based around RUGBY. Take a look at the link below.
Fancy something different or extra - try https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
You'll find daily lessons for homeschooling in Maths and English for every year group, as well as regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more.
Please click on the bee below to see this week's work.
We miss you. Stay safe!
Mrs Plaister and Mrs Watts