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A very warm welcome to the Home Learning page for Elder, Chestnut and Walnut Class children. We hope you had a lovely Christmas break, we can't wait to hear how you all are. We also hope that you have kept safe and well and have enjoyed some fun activities at home. A huge thank you again for our ever so generous Christmas cards, gifts and vouchers. Your kind messages meant so much to all of us.


It is, once again, time for us to learn remotely to help stop the spread of the coronavirus and protect the NHS. Please remember to keep being safe at home too. We were all so proud of your excellent hand washing and sanitising routines when we were at school. We are still your teachers and we're still here for you, so please contact us if you have any questions or messages. 

Be safe, be good, be happy. We will all be missing you.

Love, the 3/4 teaching team smileyheart


heartHappy Monday Morning Everyone! heart



We hope you are all well, and ready to begin another week of home learning! We miss you all. We are halfway through the term and you are doing so well with your home learning. You're making us very proud. We absolutely love receiving your emails and pictures, thank you SO much for sending them. This week we are excited to welcome Mrs Tyrell to our wonderful 3/4 team. I know you will all extend a warm welcome to Mrs Tyrell and I'm sure you will be sending her lots of fabulous messages and learning on Dojo. Please start each day with Worship (below). Once you have completed your morning work, there are lots of exciting activities for you to explore in the afternoons, so keep looking under each subject tab. Have fun and enjoy your learning!

Remember we are here if you need us, whether you’re stuck or confused, not sure what to do or just want to show off your fantastic work. Let's have another wonderful week. Stay safe and be happy smiley



Mrs Kelly recorded daily handwriting videos during the summer term last year (see the link below). It is always good to practise your handwriting so perhaps you could spend 10 minutes each morning practising your handwriting along with Mrs Kelly. This is a calm activity that you can do independently and will certainly help improve the presentation of your writing!