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Cropwell Bishop Primary School

Cropwell Bishop Primary School

Working at home grid - 25.3.20 to 3.4.20

Please click on the attached 'Working from home grid' to find the work set for you for Wednesday 25th March until Friday 3rd April 2020.

Have fun

Mrs Bradley and Mrs Carter.


Class 3 Purple Mash Blog

We thought it would be nice if we could share what we have been doing whilst we are away from school, so we have set up a ‘Class 3 2020’ Blog on Purple Mash. Click on the Class 3 Blog attachment for more information.


Year 3 – Friday 27th March 2020

Just a quick catch up after the first week. I hope you’re all well and adjusting to the situation and staying safe.

This week I have been in school for a couple of days with the keyworker’s children. We had a lovely time doing Easter crafts, watching movies, playing in the sunshine (we must enjoy it whilst it lasts!) and a little bit of time on their home learning. My 3 boys loved my working days as it meant they could play all day, as their daddy was working upstairs!

On the days I have been at home with my boys we have been doing some of their home learning packs in the morning and lots of playing and crafts in the afternoons. You could try these activities and tell us about them on the blog or share your ideas and may pinch a few to do with my boys!


Baking flapjacks      30 day Lego challenge      Dinosaur play       Making jelly                              

                            (can be found online)                                 (solids & liquids)


Making boats from food packaging                                        TV time                       PurpleMash

to test floating and sinking.



I just wanted to reassure you that if you find any of the work set challenging just ‘give it a go’ and make a note of anything you find really difficult in your home learning book. It’ll be our jobs as teachers to help you with these bits when we get back to school. Please do not panic!

I had a call whilst at work about being unsure how to access the PurpleMash blog so I thought I’d create a bit of a guide to help you which you can access by clicking on the attachment below.

Please stay safe and we look forward to hearing from you on the blog soon.

Mrs Bradley