We are very proud of how hard our pupils have worked this year and know that, as well as enjoying a well deserved rest this summer, many of you will want to continue learning. To give you some inspirations please see the ideas below (with links to previous news posts).
As a Catholic school, our faith is very important. Remember to read the Bible and reflect on the teachings. To support your understanding there is a special holiday edition of the Wednesday Word available on the Blog. We really enjoy reading your thoughtful comments!
In assembly on Monday we reflected on the Gospel and said our school prayer together and celebrated two more of our favourite activities-keeping active and reading. Miss Gorick announced the Sports Day winners (well done St. George!) and Stephen Booth shared with us the Marylebone Library Summer Reading Challenge. This summer get outside and be as active as possible and read, read, read!
Whether you want to recap what you’ve been taught this year or look ahead to next year’s learning, Oak Academy has free easy-to-use lessons for you this summer – and a range of creative and wellbeing activities too! Oak Academy Summer Learning for Pupils
The Department for Education (DfE) is supporting catch-up programmes and fun activities for all children and young people in England. A new website has launched which has been designed especially for parents, with the support, information and resources they need to help their children enjoy the summer holidays and prepare for the next academic year. The site features links to programmes, activities, resources and videos to boost children’s learning and wellbeing aimed at parents of 0-19 year olds, with extra information for parents of SEND children. Find out what’s available in your area. DfE Education Catch Up Campaign
Westminster Council is also putting on some fun events, which are free for families who are entitled to Free School meals. Westminster Summer Activities/
If you enjoy cooking (and eating!) the Food – A Fact of Life remote learning resources may be of interest! This large collection of fun ideas and resources to support learning about food at home is ideal the holidays!
If you have some more suggestions please write them in the comments below. It’s great to share good ideas.
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