Weekly Creative Challenges

Creative Challenges

The teachers have put together weekly challenges for home learning to be shared every weekend until we can return to school and get back to normal. The challenges are just something extra to the learning packs we sent home and online learning and will hopefully provide a little inspiration during this very strange time.

The challenges are in a basic timetable for the week, but you can alter to suit your own needs and are simply designed to have a little creative fun each day. You don’t have to do them all, but we would love to see your achievements via your Tapestry link when complete one.

Good luck from everyone at St Mary’s.

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