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We hope that all of our Wharton families are safe and well.

Continuing to follow government advice, school will remain closed for the majority until further notice. However, it has been absolutely lovely to welcome back many of our Year 6 children since 3rd June (those who are able to return) who have all shown great maturity in their attitudes to social distancing and looking after each other. It was lovely to see some of our Year 1 children back in this week and we look forward to welcoming some of our Year 5 cohort for a couple of days from Monday too. 

All other year groups will have their Purple Mash (www.purplemash.com) login details so that they can access their home learning tasks. All of the teachers have been impressed with work from last term and it has been lovely to hear from you. If you have not already logged in, please do so this week so that teachers can support and offer feedback.

All of the adults at Wharton are missing each and every one of you and hope to see you all soon. Stay safe everyone and look after each other.

‘Keep your child safe working online. Use this link to download home activity packs from Thinkuknow. There are new activities every 2 weeks.

https://bit.ly/34ZbJ93  (copy & paste into address bar)

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