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Due to school closures we will be posting a home learning grid for each week. 

Children need to log onto google classroom on hwb to view the resources and other activities. 

Our big question for this half term is 'What would it have been like to live in Roman times? So we understand what happened in Britain in different times.'

Useful websites for learning at home -children use their hwb log ins -this one has lots of maths games that we have used -pictures and questions -this one has resources and games for phonics -this one has free resources for home learning-just need to sign up







Week 13 Home Learning Grid Wb 6.7.20

Week 12 Home Learning Grid wb 29.6.20

Week 11 Home Learning Grid Wb 22.6.20

Week 10 wb 15.6.20 home learning grid-all resources all on google classroom

Week 9 wb 8.6.20 home learning grid

Week 8 wb 1.6.20 home learning grid

May half term homework

What makes you happy?

Here's another video featuring the 'happy' children and staff of Grangetown Primary School.

What makes you happy?

Grangetown Primary - message for pupils.

Home learning grid week 7 wb 18.5.20

Help is available for families

Home learning grid week 6 wb 11.5.20-resources are on google classroom

Home learning week 5 wb 4.5.20-all resources are on google classroom on hwb

Thank you very much for all your rainbows. Here is the 'Thank you!' video we are going to send to the NHS and Key Workers. I am sure they will really love it! Thanks again everybody!smiley

GPS Rainbows 2020

Year 3 Easter Holiday Projects - What makes us happy?

Year 3 Easter Holiday Projects - What makes us happy? 1

Year 3 Easter Holiday Challenges

Hi 3P, 

Here is a video to show you that even though you are not in school with us at the moment, we are still thinking of you, and we miss you! We hope you enjoy it, and it makes you smile! Stay safe!

I like to move it! GPS video


Parent Guide to Using HWB-many thanks to Millbank primary who created this!

Big maths CLIC