During this period of school closure we will be delivering remote learning. Learning grids and supporting resources can all be found below and links to the Teams meetings will be e-mailed to you.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate in contacting us.
We will continue to celebrate any home learning via our Facebook page on a Friday so please send your work to the correct email address, which applies to your child’s year group
Reception – Please continue to contact the teachers via tapestry
We apologise if anyone is having issues using Teams for home learning. We have been asked a few questions, and hopefully the below links will help.
In addition to specific year group work, that will be allocated during the closure, please see the general resources below that you may want to use at this time. As always, if you have any questions, please just get in touch with us.
We have created help and guide sheets for the teaching of what we call ‘Key Skills’. These are spellings, handwriting, reading, times tables and number bonds. Click on these links for explanations and lots of ideas for how to keep the practise of these key skills interesting and fun.
|Prayer at Home – Please visit this page of our website for help and support with home worship.|
Health and Well-Being
|Health and Wellbeing Grid
Nicky Sutton has put together a list of websites that parents may find useful while the classes or the school is closed. Please contact email@example.com if we can help with anything.
Our E-Safety page – We have updated our E-Safety page to provide specific support to parents during this unprecedented time.
Together for Families – Cornwall Council’s page with links to support and advice.
Safeguarding Children’s Partnership – Cornwall and IOS Safeguarding page which offers advice links to families that may need support with emotional health.
Coronavirus – A book for children – A free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.
This is not a list of ‘must-dos’ but instead a lists of ‘might helps’.