We hope you all enjoyed a relaxing Easter and have rested ready to start Home Learning again.
It is very helpful to establish a routine and the easiest way to do this is to write yourself a Home Learning Timetable. A suggested one is below but you could use visuals or vary the timings and order to fit in with your family life.
You teachers have missed you and are looking forward to seeing your work and communicating with you on the Class Blogs. Your teachers will post new Blogs every morning at 9:30 a.m. If you complete this work, check the Whole School Blogs , including the Wednesday Word ,and see if you contribute to them. Further challenges can also be found for Years 1-6 on the Class Home Learning pages including links to new BBC Bitesize units and Primary Shakespeare work on the Tempest for Years 5 &6 or you can look at the general Home Learning page.
Remember that you also need to exercise (try Joe Wicks every morning at 9:00) and look after your wellbeing. If you have a concern or worry at any time , you can contact us using the Worry Box. You are not alone.
It is also important that when we are using our devices more, including to stay in touch with family and friends, that you take care to be safe online. There are lots of ideas on the website Online Safety page and activities for you try in this news post about Online Safety.
We have now enabled comments on the News posts so you can communicate with us on those as well. New posts today include guidance about the Maths No Problem changes and a reminder of the many LGfL resources that are available.
Try your best, be kind, look after yourselves and your families. We look forward to seeing the learning you have been doing at home and we hope to see you in person soon.