We have had lots of questions about how to log in to Bug Club and Google Classroom. Below are step by step instructions on how to access each site. Please ensure you are checking in daily to keep up with your child’s learning at home. Everyone should have been provided with usernames and passwords. If you have not, please contact us 🙂
This week we took an imaginary journey on the ferry to Ireland. We have learnt about the physical and human features, key landmarks and even practiced saying some Irish phrases. Today we tried Irish dancing! Here are a few of the girls trying on Miss Cook’s solo dress.
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Bug Club is a fantastic resource for reading that can be accessed at home. Your child’s class teacher has allocated a number of books that are appropriate for their reading level. A link to Active Learn (Bug Club) can be found on our school website under the heading ‘parents’, ‘learning at home’. Your child has been provided with a username and password which can be found in their reading record. All usernames and passwords are case sensitive so please be mindful when logging in. If your child locks themselves out, you will need to email admin to reset it. If you have any questions or need further support, please email your class teacher
We will be posting links, lessons and activities on our class blog page as well as google classroom. All children have been provided with a personal log in to Google Classroom. If you are unable to log in for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please try to log in to at least one of these platforms daily.
Thank you for your cooperation
Miss Cook and Miss Peters
We read the story ‘Elmer’ and talked about how good it is to be different. The children came up with slogans about being kind.