We hope you and your families are well. It was lovely to see some year 2 in school this week and look forward to speaking to lots of you this week.
Please do not hesitate to email us on our class email address below if you or child needs to contact us with a question, to let us know how it’s going or with any work they would like to share.
If you are unable to print off any work or need help to do this please contact us here too.
This weeks activities (week 10) are now on our class page on the school website. As ever please prioritise math, reading, spellings and some writing.
There are a few things to tell you about this week -
- This week, in the folder entitled health and wellbeing resources, there is a toolkit which provides a variety of links to advice and videos aimed at supporting children manage their feelings and anxieties during this strange time. You can also find guidance on how to answer children's questions about coronavirus and how to start conversations about their feelings. Finally, there is a book about Coronavirus, aimed at providing children with information and this may be a useful starting point for discussions.
- On Thursday 18 June, 10.00-10.15am, there is a special assembly, where the children can join other students from around the country who want to feel more hopeful this summer. If you would like to watch it, please follow this link – cafod.org.uk/schoolstogether
- As it would normally be Sport’s Day this week Mrs Liggat has set up a Rainbow Challenge, this can be found in the PE Activities section of the website. Here there are daily sporting activities for the children to complete, the challenge starts on the 20th June, the days before this can be used to practise the challenges. When each days activity has been completed the score card can be filled in. At the end of the challenge return the score card via our class email address above and receive a certificate.
Thank you again for everything you are doing at home in accessing the home school materials and supporting your child in their learning.
Mrs Connell and Mrs Bonner