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Investigators Class have their own email address.


Even though we are working in different places we are still in the  Investigators Class together.

You can find the learning we are doing in school and at home on our weekly planner.

Have a look you will find all our usual activities on there.

When you have done the activities please email me some pictures of what you have done or if its easier take some photos and put them on our Early years Group Facebook page. 

I would like to see your work each day just like we do in school. I will comment and help you just the same as in school as well.

Grown up Helpers, if you have any queries for me please use this email for that too. Some weeks I will be working in school so another member of our team will help you instead. 


Our class email is


I'm looking forward to seeing what fun you have.

World Book Day Potato Challenge.

Other things we like to do at school to help us learn what we need to know.

 Read, Write, Inc. videos.

You may have noticed that this week I have added videos from the Phonics scheme we use in Investigators class. It is called Read Write Inc. R.W.I. for short. 

Below is a short guide explaining the video lessons for parents.

Tips for Sharing story books.

In Investigators we read lots of stories. Children and adults learn so much from books and before they can read them for themselves we read to them. In Investigators we choose a book of the week but that will not be the only story we read.

the Booktrust have some tips for reading stories at home which you may find helpful.

At school we are learning to use scissors. Here is how you can help.

Number blocks.

We use these in school and they are great for leaning all about numbers and the children really enjoy them.

Investigators Classroom



Purple Mash is a comprehensive suite of online learning tools and content, designed to be used by Primary aged children in the classroom and at home.  Please click the link below to access PurpleMash at home.

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