Remote learning is changing! From Monday 22nd February you will access your online lessons through Google Classrooms, not the school website.
Individual login details will be in a letter, that you can collect from school, this Friday 12th. There is also a User Guide to help you get started.
Google Classrooms will provide a more interactive way of teaching and is more easily accessible.
Thank you again for all your hard work and we hope you enjoy the new way of learning.
Keep up the good work and stay safe.
From Mrs Sands and Miss Jones
PE lessons are on Mondays. Children are to come to school in their PE kit. PE kit should be blue shorts/leggings/joggers, t-shirt/polo shirt and trainers. NO football kits.
Please send in £1 on Mondays for tuck.
Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) activities
PSHE lessons allow children to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes used to manage their lives, now and in the future. These skills support children with their health, help them stay healthy, safe and prepare them for life and work. I am sure we are all aware of mental health and well-being at this current time.
In the classroom we enjoy Circle Times to share our ideas and thoughts with our class friends, role play scenarios and we have a worry box so our worries and anxiety can be addressed in an anonymous fashion. Whilst most of us are learning at home, there are video lessons available. These are a great way to keep up to date with our PSHE learning and share it with our families.
Internet safety day is 9th February 2021. We are having an internet safety poster competition. Send your entries to Mrs Sands as winners will have their poster published on the school web site.
Have a look at the links below for ideas to help you create a fantastic poster.
BBC Lockdown Learning site has lots of fun activities for all children.
More activities for Spelling
Children are expected to spell their own names as well as words listed below. Before lockdown we were working through this list and ensuring we could use capital letters when writing our full names.
More activities for Topic work