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Letter to Parents

Dear Parents,


We hope you all managed a well-deserved rest from home schooling over the half term and have had a chance to enjoy this amazing weather! We hope that the batteries are recharged and you are all ready to go with another round of home learning and not feeling too overwhelmed. Thank you again for your continued support in this – we are really grateful for all that you are doing at home with your children.


As we have previously said, the most important thing for each child is that they continue with their English, reading, maths, spelling and TTRockstars, where possible 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 in terms of the type of activities you do and how many you do. Although there are a range of other activities, covering different aspects of the curriculum, there is no expectation for the children to do everything! Pupils can choose activities they feel confident with and will enjoy. Remember the timetable is only a suggestion. By now, you know what works best for you.


Please note that there is an important letter in the RE section of our class work this week which will explain how to support your child with their RE work throughout the next topic. We would really appreciate if you could take the time to read it please. If you are able to, please encourage your child to take part in the RE competition that is currently running. More details have been posted on the class RE page and the subject page by Mrs McQuiggan.


Thank you for the emails you have been sharing! I am really enjoying seeing what the children are up to. If you haven’t shared an update or would like to ask any questions, then please use the email to get in touch - Please keep the tweets coming as well - we really enjoy seeing them. We know how busy you all are at the moment but it would be great if you can tweet what the children have been up to using the handle @StBellarmine and #yr4srb


Please remember to do what works best for you and your family. If your child is struggling with any of the work please remember to take break and return to it later or another day.


Take care, all the best

Sir & Mrs Sutton