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To further support you during this unusual time, we are asking Class Teachers to telephone each family approximately once a fortnight.
The purpose of this call is simply to ‘check in’ with you, allowing some continuity of contact, for you as a family, with the school, whilst your child is unable to attend.
It’s not to discuss progress, or to check up on work completed, it is simply to maintain some semblance of contact with you, hopeful aiding a smooth transition once we return to more normal schooling.
The Class Teachers will aim to speak to the families of half the class per week, on a rolling program. If the Class Teachers are unable to contact you, they will leave a message and/or try again another day.
I would ask that you help to keep the phone calls relatively short, perhaps to approximately ten minutes.
It is not necessary for the Class Teacher to speak to your child, however, if you particularly want your child to have an opportunity to say hello to their Class Teacher, it is of course okay to do so.
With best wishes,
For ease of use, we have temporarily repurposed one of our pages so that it is the central place for you to look for information while the school is closed.
The link is on the right hand side of the Home page button, at the top of the screen and is titled 'Closure'.
Here we will post information about the closure as we get, as well as having easy access to the class pages on the right hand side.
This will also be where you need to look to find Mrs Singh's assemblies.
Wishing you a happy Easter,
This morning I led an assembly with the children about the Coronavirus.
The aim of the assembly was to explain some of the facts about the virus and to reassure them that there are steps we can take to mitigate the risk of contracting it.
I used information that has been sent to schools from Public Health England to create a Power Point presentation, to structure the assembly.
I spent time discussing with the children, good practises with regard to coughing, sneezing and hand hygiene.
I reiterated to the children that if they need to cough or sneeze, they should follow the NHS guidelines of ‘Catch it, bin it, kill it.’
The children should cough or sneeze into a tissue, dispose of the tissue and then wash their hands.
If this is not possible, they should cough/sneeze into the crook of their bent arm, into their elbow or their hands, rather than coughing or sneezing into the air.
I then discussed how best to wash our hands and played the children an NHS video clip about good hand hygiene.
Please see the attached slide show to see the presentation that I used in today’s assembly.
With best wishes,