Please find the link for Friday 22nd January's Assembly at 3pm
Liz Kendall is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: My Meeting
Time: Jan 22, 2021 03:00 PM London
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Meeting ID: 922 6956 8416
Friday 15th January 2021
I hope that you have all had a great week. It has been another busy week in school as we still try to get to grips with remote learning!
It is lovely to see that more and more children are joining the morning meetings and that you all continue to return your work to your classteachers to look at. I have been very impressed with the work that you have been doing!
Remember, that if you submit work after school then the teachers will look at it and feedback the next morning. (Some children have been submitting work very late and we do understand that this may be when they need too).
I have attached two documents to the Home Learning Resources page about Cracking Comprehension and a Remote Education: Information for parents. Cracking Comprehension activities will be uploaded throughout next week for the children to complete on Rising Stars. This is an interactive tool that gives feedback and rewards!
Next week, I am hoping to do assembly via Zoom at 3pm so I will post the link on here so that you can all join. I can't wait to see you all!
Have a fantastic weekend and a good rest ready to start work again next week!
Wednesday 13th January
I hope that you are all continuing to keep well
It has been lovely to see the children this week engaging in all the activities that the staff have been creating. We are still finding some things challenging but we are getting there and it has been nice to read the comments that the children have been sending to each other and the teachers.
We continue to have quite alot of children in school helping to support critical and keyworkers and the numbers continue to rise. Whilst I appreciate that it can be tricky when you are working at home and doing shifts but, we are told that the safest place for your child to be at this moment in time is at home. So, I thank you for keeping them at home when you can.
Mrs Howard returned to school today and she has made a full recovery - I am delighted that I dont have to do the invoices anymore!!
I am looking into doing assembly either this week or next for everybody to come to via Zoom so if I can get this set up I will let you all know. I have really missed this engagement with our school community and I know that it will be good to be able to see each other.
Please continue to keep yourselves safe.
Monday 11th January
Well what a week we all had last week!
Firstly I would like to "thank you" all for your support - it has been a challenging first week back.
We have now been working remotely for a few days and the children are working hard through the activities that the staff are planning. (The children of critical and keyworkers are doing the same work, just in the classroom with the teacher.) It has been lovely to see the work that has been uploaded and the feedback from the staff and children has shown that we are still LEARNING, just in a different way. The DfE suggests a minimum of three hours learning everyday and it is great to see that the majority of children are doing this. Please bear in mind that if you are submitting your work in the evening the staff will mark and look at it the following day (they will be busy uploading activities for you at other times!) Google classroom was set up just a few weeks before Christmas and so like you and the children the staff are learning new things all the time. So, please bear with us if something takes a little longer and I am sure we will have ups and downs!
Please feel free to contact us should there be any issues around submitting work and we will do our best to help you with this. I am going to look at doing an assembly for us all in the next week or so and will let you know how we can do this.
I know that the teachers have loved seeing you in the video chats throughout the day and it's really important that we all keep smiling and talking to each other.