We have listened to your responses and needs for the padlet to be accessible during the evening to help and support working parents discuss and support their child with their work and as a result have made the decision to archive the padlet at 8.30am on the following day. This means that 9am children will have an assembly or reflection time that will be provided on the website – this does not need to be recorded and it is optional. The teacher will finish their feedback and marking at 3.30 each day and will not access the padlet until the following morning, to allow them work life balance and time with their own families. Lessons will then start at 9.30am.
We would like to thank you for your all the emails and words of support this week, it really has kept us going during this tricky and unpredictable time
School will remain closed to all pupils except for vulnerable and key worker children Until Feb Half Term.
Please keep an eye on your child’s class page for the home learning timetables which will be updated each week.
Happy Gurpurab to everyone celebrating today!
We thought we would share with you this useful BBC website, Tiny Happy People which is available to you to help develop your child’s communication skills – packed with lots of activities, play ideas and useful information regarding how your child develops with speaking and listening.
On Monday 16th November, ‘Uncle’ from The Playhouse visited us on his fundraising storybike. He created a fabulous improvised story on his journey cycling the Number 11 bus route! We were honoured as a school and the children absolutely loved it!
“We are delighted to announce our Year 4 Reading Ravers – Maleeha, Naimh, Eliot, Harrison, Kamran and Ava Grace. We will be meeting to read, share stories and talk about books. Funny books, adventure books, picture books, poems, comics… anything that we enjoy! We will be telling other classes about the books we love too as we want to encourage everyone to get reading!”
Well done to everybody who were able to walk to school today and those who are completing a walking challenge over the weekend – every step counts!
A huge, huge thank you for the kindness and generosity during our Children In Need event. Together we raised an astonishing £488 in funds and 4 Wheelie bins worth of food, clothes and gifts for our local vulnerable families. We have been genuinely overwhelmed with the support this year and want to say an extra big thank you as we know that we are experiencing difficult times as a country at the moment. Today has filled our hearts with pride.