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Children in KS2 all have individual log ins for our Language Nut online scheme so that they can practise and improve their French language skills from home. If any child in Reception or KS1 would like to make a head start to their French learning, they can now also access Language Nut using the generic log in:

User name: French

Password: mileoak20

We recommend the songs and stories section which can be found under Admin area/library/songs and stories, as well as the first unit on the vocabulary trainer section.

Follow the link on our useful links section to visit Language Nut.

Bilingual Families

If you are one of our amazing bilingual families, EMAS have been given access by the Dual Language Ebookclub to a library of books free of charge for 3 weeks during the Coronavirus outbreak.

To access this library of books, please visit this website ‘read.mantralingua.com’ and paste the following access code 4599813112289105.

Clicking the arrow will prompt you to set up an account. Your username will be your email address and you can set your own minimum-8 character password.

They also have a video that can assist in the sign up process.

Once you have registered, you will have access to the books for use via any web browser or through their dedicated app for Android and Apple devices.

If you need any further assistance please get in touch. Happy reading and good health.

Online Safety Pack

Online Safety learning pack - Schools across the UK are now closed to most families. We know this is a difficult time for most parents. This page is intended to provide you with support and resources to help you learn about online safety at home with your child. 


Poems from Rome!

We have set up a link between our pupils and children at an International school in Rome. They have sent us a selection of poems expressing how they feel about the situation of Coronavirus outbreak - no school, uncertainty, their hopes for the future and more. The poems are illustrated and beautifully presented. 

We would like our children to write poems saying how they are feeling, what they miss, what they hope for. Once they have written and illustrated them we will display a selection on this page.

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