At this time of year, the NSPCC would be visiting schools for their ‘Speak Out. Stay Safe’ assemblies.
Today they released their virtual assembly for families to watch together, and have been joined by some familiar faces.
We have been on lockdown for some time now due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Schools have been closed and most children have stayed home. The message has been to stay home to stay safe, so the news of gradual re-openings of schools may bring up a range of emotions. Just like after the school holidays it is important to prepare children for the return to school and the accompanying routines.
Here is a document, created by Durham County Council, which gives some great ideas and support for families.
While staying at home due to coronavirus (COVID-19), parents and carers will be concerned about their children’s education and the impact of missing school.
No one expects parents to act as teachers, or to provide the activities and feedback that a school would. Parents and carers should do their best to help children and support their learning.
Please click on the link Government Advice to Parents, which has helpful information with structuring of the school day, and how you can help your child with their learning.
Stars of the Week
Star badges are awarded by class teachers, to pupils who have impressed them each week with their work, attitude and behaviour.
Reception – Edward
Year 1 – Eleanor
Year 2 – Elliott
Year 3 – Theo
Year 4 – Samuel / Lacey
Year 5 – Amiee
Year 6 – Will
Stars of the Week
Star badges are awarded by class teachers, to pupils who have impressed them each week with their work, attitude and behavior.
Reception – Ivy / Summer
Year 1 – Mary
Year 2 – Samuel
Year 3 – Michalina
Year 4 – Mia / Sally
Year 5 – Seb
Year 6 – Ethan