We know that this is a difficult time for everyone. Please just do your best regarding the home learning. During this time your child's mental health and well being is paramount, take the opportunity to spend time as a family, take walks, play games and enjoy being together. I am at the end of a phone if you need anyone and all the teachers are available via email via their class home learning page.
I will continue to send out the weekly newsletter and keep you as informed as possible about any changes. Please feel free to tweet any activities your child has taken part in. We look forward to finding out what you have all been to.
With many children working at home for the foreseeable future, KCS, one of our suppliers, have launched a new website so that individuals can order a range of resources from stationery, arts and crafts, curriculum based learning resources, to health and hygiene essentials
More details can be seen below and orders can be placed by individuals from www.kcsconnect.co.uk
Activities at home
Here are some of the activities sent in by children working at home. Feel free to tweet yours so we can add them to this slideshow.
What a very strange time for everyone!
Please remember that children across the country are probably all feeling the same as you. Try not to worry and make sure that you look after yourselves and your family.
Remember to enjoy the fresh air and take time to exercise, this is good for your mental health and for you physically.
Do get your parents to tweet us pictures. We look forward to finding out what you have been up to.
Try to get into a routine for your home learning, which you will find in your class tab below, as this will really help you to manage your time better and make you feel better mentally too.
Keep looking in this space for quizzes and jokes. You can email me, on the form below, any that you can think of and I will post my favourites.
I look forward to seeing you as soon as the school reopens. Take care of yourselves, stay safe.
*NEW* Amazon Audible Books
Composer of the Week
He was born in France in 1862 and died in 1914. How old was he?
At the age of 9, he learnt to play the piano and went to the Paris Conservatoire to study music at the age of 11.
Debussy loved writing music for orchestras and piano and he was part of a group of musicians called Impressionists as they created music to give an impression of a scene or picture.
Listen to Claire de Lune. What does it make you think of?
It is about Moonlight.
Today's Joke by Oliver Steeden
Why did the cow cross the road?
Because it wanted to go to the moooooovie!!!!