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Letter to Parents

Dear Parents,


here we are at the start of yet another week of home schooling!  We both hope that you and your families remain well. Thank you again for your continued support. We are extremely grateful for all of the work you are all doing at home with your children. We hope you all managed to have a lovely bank holiday weekend and had a well deserved rest from home schooling!


Firstly, I would like to thank you all for taking the time to film the clips of your children demonstrating their skills with a toilet roll! What a talented bunch!! The video I received from Mrs Simpson really did make me laugh. It's great to know my class would never let me down in my hour of need.


Thank you to those who have been in touch via our new email, we are really enjoying seeing what the children are up to and the marvellous work they are producing with your support. It’s been great to have another form of communication with you. Please continue to take the time to share some photos with us via the class email, which is We can’t believe it has been almost two months since we were last together as a class. Please keep the tweets coming as well using the handle @StBellarmine and also #yr4srb


As we have previously mentioned, the most important things to continue with are: English, reading, maths and TTRockstars. And where possible please try to do these every day. There are lots of other subjects available for your child to work on too, but as we have said before do what works best for you and your family. Thank you to all the parents who have joined the free ‘Epic reading resource’  through this we are able to keep a track of individual's reading. For those who haven't tried it yet - it is a great resource with a vast array of books and videos for the children to access.


In addition to the weekly work there are now links on our class webpage to SEND information, the RE section of the school website and the PE page. These are regularly updated and are another source of support; so please check in there if you can.


Finally, please remember, as we always say, although it is important that your child continues with their learning whilst at home, their health and well-being (along with your own) is just as important. Therefore, please ensure that you continue to take time as a family to relax. If your child is struggling with their work one day, please factor in more breaks for them or direct them to some of the mindfulness activities that we have provided. You are all doing an amazing job and we can’t thank you enough.

We look forward to catching up with you over emails again this week.

Take care and stay safe.


All the best,

Sir & Mrs Sutton