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We hope that you and your families continue to stay safe and well. Thank you once again for all that you are doing at home – we are eternally grateful and can’t thank you enough.
Thank you once again to those of you who have been in touch with us on our class email. If you have any questions or would like to share any of your child’s work with us, remember you can contact us at Y6@strobertbellarmine.co.uk. The children can also contact us themselves or share work with us on here too.
We will be calling all of you again at some point this week to catch up and to talk to the children. We really enjoyed this last time and are looking forward to speaking to you all again!
Tuesday 9th June is national ‘Empathy Day’ and you will see that the children’s weekly PSHE lesson is based on this theme. As we have stated in the letter to the children this week, Empathy Lab has created a variety of resources to use, including their Family Activity Pack. Your child may therefore wish to take part in a range of activities during the day as opposed to the daily sessions that we have provided in other subjects – this is absolutely fine. If possible, we would love to see any work that the children complete on this theme and would really appreciate an email or tweet showing this.
We would just like to remind you of the RE competition that is running at the moment. Details of this were set out before half term and again in a detailed letter last week. Please encourage your child to participate in this. Work will be used to create a display in Church once it is safe to reopen and the children have the chance of winning a prize. Closing date for the local competition is 10th July and the national competition closes on 31st July.
Please see the important document below which has key information regarding the coronavirus from Public Health England. We would appreciate it if you could take the time to share this with your child please.
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 and well-being activities that we have provided. You are all doing an amazing job and as we've said, we can’t thank you enough.
Take care and stay safe.
We look forward to catching up with you over the phone and through emails this week.
Love Mrs McQuiggan and Mrs Johnson xx