Coronavirus Precautions – on line learning

As a country we remain in limbo at the moment, but we are taking some precautionary measures at school.

We would like to reassure you that we are receiving daily updates from the Department of Education and our own local authority and acting on these as instructed.

We don’t anticipate that the school will have to close but we would like to be prepared just in case we are required to set learning activities for the children to complete on line at home.

Please can we ask that ALL families take the time to visit the links below and check that they are able to access these sites this week. It will be much easier to sort out any issues when we are in school, rather than if we have been asked to close.

If we were asked to close, your teachers would put a link to daily maths and English activities on the class page of the school website.

All classes will be given a log in to Class Dojo so that you would be able to communicate with the teacher during usual school hours if you needed help with the task. Some classes are already up and running with this, and some will be given a letter this week with details.

The website ‘Twinkl‘ will provide free access to all of its resources to parents/carers in the event of a school closure. Your teachers may use this site as part of their on-line activities.

Every child has a log in to Times Table Rockstars which should also be used at home in the event of school closure.

Make sure you are subscribed to our school website and are able to get notifications for your child’s class.

Our cleaning team have had their own briefing from Shire Services about coronavirus procedures and we have asked them to target key areas of school such as handles, doors and tables.

In collective worship, we have spoken to children about handwashing and they have seen an easy to understand video clip, which you can watch here.

Thank you for your support with this. We would like to reassure you that there would be no consequences for children unable to complete any on-line work, as we appreciate that for some families this would be a very stressful and difficult time.



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