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Lockdown Learning

Debbie from Children's University Suffolk, has been in touch and has sent over some additional home learning tasks.

She has also sent over information about a 'provisional passport', where children can access the CU programme, without having to buy a passport. If the provisional passport is a success, then the option to buy a passport is there for September.

Children's University Suffolk

Tudor Primary School are delighted to be a part of the Children's University programme, for the second academic year running. 

For more information on the programme, please follow this link: https://www.childrensuniversity.co.uk/home/

The details and activities posted on this page are directed at those pupils whom already have a Children's University learning passport.

Activities and learning hours

The CU are being very proactive during this lock down period, teaming up with numerous locations around Suffolk and Essex to provide members with challenges.

What is even better, is that by ensuring you have an online account - adults need to do this - you can collate learning hours online, meaning you don't lose out!

Follow this link for Suffolk-related information and online resources.


Isolation Challenges!

As previously mention, the CU are developing their online links to local museums and attractions, so that if you visit any of those places online, you can claim the learning hours.

Remember - an online account is required for logging learning hours.


Completed tasks and challenges

Once you complete any of the challenges, do let us know, so that we can share it with your fellow CU members and the rest of Tudor!

To do this, either send your photo / information to the school office's email address, your teacher on the VLE who will pass it on to Mrs Pryce-Hall, or through Facebook and Mrs Campbell will pass it on to Mrs Pryce-Hall.


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