While school is closed, we will use our website to provide you with resources to support activities with your child at home. What is most important is the well-being of you and your family. Children will be adjusting to life at home and being apart from school friends will be difficult for all involved. Any activities you choose to do at home with your child will be super. No-one is expecting your child to be educated in the way they would at school.
As per the post-Easter Swan newsletter, staff are setting work on Purple Mash, where there is also a blog and the ability for children to email teachers.
We have a page dedicated to BBC Bitesize lessons which you can access via the link below.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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