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Parents' Letter

Dear parents, 


We hope you and your families are well and as always we would like to express our gratitude for your continued support and all the hard work that goes into home schooling. 


As you will have heard the government made announcements this week regarding the proposed reopening of schools from 1stJune. Mrs Dowell has emailed parents with further details on school’s arrangements for this and which children are eligible. Please get in touch with the office if your child is eligible and you wish for them to return to school from this date. For those classes and pupils not in school, activities will continue to be updated each week for pupils to access from home. 


On the Year 5 class page of the school website, you will find the home learning activities for this week. If possible, please prioritise maths/timestables, reading and spellings as these will keep important skills bubbling.  There are also a range of other activities for the children to choose from depending on their interests and what they enjoy. Please just do what works best for you and your family, as we have said before there is no expectation to cover everything. There is also a new health and well being activity, which you may find beneficial. This week’s activity covers the important themes of ‘Influences and Decisions’.   


Thank you for the emails and tweets this week, it has been fantastic to see the children’s hard work and to be able to write back to them. If you are able to, please try to keep in touch using the email or through twitter. 



Twitter: @StBellarmine


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. We appreciate that what you're being asked to do can be very stressful for all concerned. 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 and direct them to tasks they feel confident and comfortable with. You are all doing an amazing job and we can’t thank you enough.


Take care, 


Mrs Devine and Mrs Rigby.