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  We have set up a 'Home Learning' page under the 'Key Information' tab.  This will provide more information for you about how to access a quality education  for your children at home.  Please remember to check your child's class page under the 'Children' tab for regular updates from your classteacher.  Please collect a paper pack if you cannot access technology.  If you would like more information please phone the DFE coronavirus helpline 0800 046 8687 or visit the full government guidance at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19

Thank you for your tremendous support and understanding in this matter, if anything positive can come out of this then it is the wonderful community spirit and offers of help that have been overwhelming.

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How are rainbows made?

A rainbow is formed when lights hits water droplets in the air and is refracted, or bent. 

Light appears white (like from the sun) is actually made up of several colours!

 

The colours that make up white light are the same colours that make a rainbow. They are: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. 

 

You can see a rainbow after it rains. Beams of sunlight shine towards the rain in the air and when the light goes into the raindrops, it is bent (refracted).

 

When the light bends, it breaks into all of its colours. Each colour leaves the raindrop at its own angle, different from all the others.

 

The colours of the rainbow always appear in the same order because each colour always bends at the same angle.

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