Welcoming Year 1 to Seesaw

Following on from the success of the introduction to the Seesaw learning platform to the rest of the school, Year One is now ready to go live and join the action.

 

A text will be sent out to all parents of the class with a code. You will need to go onto whichever device you would like to use for yuor child's learning (I recommend you use as many devices as you can, as some activities work best on a phone whilst others a computer) Load the SeeSaw app from the play store and enter the code. You only have 60mins from the time the code is published to use this code. If you miss this time slot please email me s.miller@maltonprimary.org and I will send you a new one. Follow this link for a tutorial https://web.seesaw.me/parents.

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Y5 Home Learning Update

Hello Class Lennon!

It is Miss Blenkin here! Welcome back to the new half term – the last one of this year before the summer holidays! This year has gone very fast but I want to say a big well done for all the work you’ve been completing at home! You worked exceptionally hard last half term and Miss Lackenby and I are very proud of you all!

If you haven’t already seen on your Seesaw page, I have posted a video with some important updates with regards to our Home Learning as we move into the final term of Year 5. Moving forward, I am going to be posting Home Learning for both Year 4 and Year 5 and I appreciate your cooperation and support as we continue with this.

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Y4 Home Learning Update

Y4 Home Learning Update

Hello Class Edison!

 

Welcome back to the new half term – the last one of this year before the summer holidays! This year has gone very fast but I want to say a big well done for all the work you’ve been completing at home! You worked exceptionally hard last half term and I am very proud of you all!

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Musk in Mask

Good Morning! Welcome back from your week off! Wasn't the weather wonderful? (Ooo - spot my alliteration!) I wonder if you saw the rocket launch? Elon Musk financed a rocket into space. I noticed when he spoke to the astronauts he stood 2m away from them. It made me realise that even the richest of people are still vulnerable and must still follow best advice. That's what we're all trying to do, at School and in all parts of our life. Using SEESAW to do your learning is all part of staying safe and taking care. Thank you everyone who is trying so hard working on-line. Have you thought of working with a study buddy? If your grown-ups allow, you could try using technology [Zoom / Watsapp / Facetime etc] to work together and discuss the lessons. Please get in touch with either Miss Glass [m.glass@maltonprimary.org] or me [r.debney@maltonprimary.org] if you have any queries or suggestions. Stay safe. Looking forward to seeing your work! Ms Debney

Welcome Back - 1st June

 

Welcome back Class Armstrong. I hope you've had a good break from home learning and are ready for work this week?

 

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