All children from Nursery to Year 6 have a Purple Mash account. Purple Mash is a firm favourite in school with our Foundation Phase children but Key Stage 2 children will benefit from it too!
Click the Purple Mash icon above and you will be taken directly to the Purple Mash website.
Enter your username and password to log in. You can log in to Purple Mash on desktops, laptops and tablets.
This is a fantastic learning tool including curriculum focused activities, tools, programs and games to enable children to develop their computing and digital skills. It contains creative tools such as paint, design, publishing, animating, sequencing, investigating, writing and publishing projects (such as leaflets, letters and postcards) and coding programs using simple algorithms and clock based programming. We know that many of our Key Stage 2 children will be attracted to the coding element of this learning tool. Your child will have hours of fun!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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