Over the summer holidays we will keep the Home Learning page live on our website, so you can access links and past planning as you wish. Teams will remain online however all communications will be muted as contributions will not be monitored during the summer holidays.
To support children in their transition back to school, teachers will be contacting each child in their class by telephone during the last two weeks of August. You will receive an email with a date and a morning or afternoon time slot.
If your child is in Year 1 to Year 6 and you feel they would benefit from seeing their new classroom before the first day of term, please email the Office to make an appointment for the afternoon of Tuesday 1st September (our first INSET day).
There will be a video of each classroom sent out prior to the start of term and you will find KS1 and KS2 Transition Booklets on the Whole School Return page of the Parent Information section of the school website, with images of the whole school and staff team. We hope this will reassure children and families before the return in September.
Below are some learning activities that we hope your children will find useful.
Times Tables Practice
Keep having fun with your times tables.
Here is the link the to Times Tables Rockstars website. https://ttrockstars.com/
Click on the ‘Login’ tab and select ‘School Pupil’. You may need to enter the school postcode (BA1 2SN) on your first go. Make sure you have your username and password ready!
Summer Reading Challenge
Many of you have joined in with this before. This year the theme is ‘Silly Squad’! It is really easy to join up and you can access lots of fun reading activities.
Fun activities for the holidays
Find hundreds of activities here, from how to make Oobleck to painted toast and bubble wands!
We are aware that this can be a difficult time for families and when school closes for the summer there are a number of services you can access if you require support:
See, Hear, Respond carer referral
This organisation wants to speak to parents and carers, directly over the phone; to listen to you, understand your situation and make a plan with you about how they can help.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and support for parents and carers | NSPCC
Websites supporting vulnerable people, including NSPCC.org.uk, will now be free of charge during the pandemic. This means using these websites to access support and advice will not use your phone data.
Support for Parents from Action for Children
Please click the link to find out more: www.parents.actionforchildren.org.uk