|Busy Things is a computer based programme with a large collection of interactive games and activities to help you in supporting your child’s learning at home. Busy Things activities are linked directly to the curriculum.The programme runs on a computer, laptop or tablet. Furzedown Primary bought a full licence so that you are able to use it at home for free. To access it, go to the school website, click Portals then Pupil resources. You must use your child’s LGFL username and password, these are also sometimes called Atomwide USO login. The username always ends in .212|
The homework Icon takes you to Office 365 login: Each Year group has its own Team where teachers post assignments, discussion points, spellings etc.
Please read " Using Microsoft Teams" on the Remote learning page.
|Languagenut is a great resource as it enables pupils to reinforce their vocabulary, whilst simultaneously practising the four keys skills of Modern Foreign Language learning, namely Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. Children can learn as many as 24 different languages or choose to learn English. Children from Year 2 to Year 6 learn to use it in school during the last lesson of each new French units All the voices are recorded by native speakers and you can choose to learn through topics or vocab trainer which is represented by numbered dice to show a progression in difficulty. It’s easy to use: just click learn to practise to vocabulary then click Practice to play the games.|
|Purple Mash Purple Mash is a cross-curricular website for nursery and primary school children. It enables children to explore and enhance their knowledge in a fun and creative way. The Art button takes you to a multitude of creative activities and great software like 2Design and Make which allows children to make nets and 3D models. The Topics button makes it easy for you to find curriculum based activities by age group or topics.|
|This is your link to all our LGFL resources|
|This page has links to some useful websites where you can learn more about being safe on the Internet.|