March 2022 Updated risk assessment - updated 7/3/22
January 2022 Updated risk assessment v2 - updated 14/1/22
DECEMBER 2021 Updated risk assessment
September 2021 Updated Risk Assessment
March 2021 Updated Risk Assessment for the Re-Opening of school to all pupils - Monday 8th March 2021
January 2021 -Risk Assessment for use of Home Test Kits (LFD) for staff use.
January 2021 Updated Risk Assessment
Covid Catch Up - Recovery Plan
Remote Learning Policy October 2020
Click the link below to read the BDAT policy and guidelines on the production and publication of live videos and lessons.
IMPORTANT UPDATES ON THE PHASED REOPENING OF SCHOOLS
We would love your feedback on our home learning packs. Please click on the image below. You will be taken to a Google Forms Questionnaire.
9/6/2020. Welcome back!
Story Time with Miss Hill.
Thank you Miss Hill for sharing one of your favourite stories. Can't wait for the next one.
12/ 05/2020 - Newsletter
Monday 11th May 2020
Monday 11th May 2020
Are you our next HOME LEARNING superstar?
VE Day 2020
Year 3 have created some great home learning projects. Well done! Thanks for sharing.
We have been having great fun in school.
World Earth Day....
Children’s guide to coronavirus
There have been big changes in our lives because of coronavirus, so we’ve created a children’s guide to coronavirus to help explain the situation.
The guide aims to answer children’s questions about coronavirus, tell children how to stay safe and protect other people and how to help them make the best of their time at home.
Another great learning challenge set by the Innovations team! Enjoy!
If you think you may be eligible for free school meals, please follow the link below. Decisions are really quick.
There is some confusion around the Universal Free School Meals scheme and the voucher scheme which has developed by the Government to help during the Coronovirus lockdown. If you your child is in Reception, year 1 or year 2, you do not usually pay for school dinners. HOWEVER, the free school meals voucher scheme DOES NOT apply to these children, unless you have completed the free school meals application and have been told you are entitled to this benefit.
Please do try to apply.
Click on the link below to access
Free detective mystery activity for your Y4-Y6 pupils
Our amazing colleagues at St John's Great Horton are working tirelessly to support our local community in so many ways, from holding virtual worship and bible reading classes to continuing to provide food in whatever way they can.
We post updates of this regularly on Twitter and the school website.
Follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
God bless you all. Stay safe
Dave the Dog is a really simple book for children who are worried about what is happening in the world right now. It gives them some simple tips on how to keep themselves and others safe.
This week's Home Learning idea packs
Click on the folder below to access the learning pack for this week. We will also be added daily suggestions of websites, learning ideas, ways of keeping fit and well etc.
Activities that are not screen based.
Have a look at the poster below. It has lots of really good activities that are not screen based that you can do with your children.
Adult Home Learning
Why not spend some of your free time doing a distance learning course? All the courses are FREE. There is something to suit everyone. You even get a certificate at the end of it. Click on the link below to see what is on offer.
PARENTS PLEASE BEWARE
It appears that a number of scam emails are circulating stating: if your child’s school is closed and your child is entitled to free school meals; then to send your bank details to the school and they will help you with funding while schools are closed. The links are fake and vulnerable families may be giving their bank details online so please ensure any service users you still have contact with are aware. Schools have been giving out vouchers to parents whose children qualify for free school meals, if you or anyone you have contact with has given their bank details to anyone in regards to this, please report it as soon as possible
We are really enjoying using Class Dojo to keep in touch with you all. It has been great to see the work that the children have been doing. Class Dojo is a really good way of communicating directly with your child's class teacher. Please feel free to ask any questions about the work that has been set or ideas for other learning links.
You will have received a text if you haven't logged in already to remind you of the log in instructions.
We hope you are enjoying the My Maths Resources that have been allocated by your class teacher. If you have any log in problems please contact your child's class teacher or Mrs Hegney (email@example.com) via email and I'm sure we can help you to fix it.
ONLINE SAFETY RESOURCES
With children spending more time online for home learning, it is more important than ever that they know how to keep the selves safe.
Below are some really useful Online Safety resources. Below are resources for 4-5 year olds, 5-7 year olds and 8- 10 year olds.
For further information click here https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/
Exciting new resources!
We have purchased the online resource My Maths.
You will be receiving a text today with your child's own log on details. Your child's class teacher will be allocating work to be completed each week.
Hope you enjoy using this fabulous learning tool.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to do
- Only go outside for food, health reasons or essential work
- Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
- Wash your hands as soon as you get home
IMPORTANT UPDATE- PLEASE READ
Harold the Giraffe's Daily Diary (Please click on the link or the image below)
Home Learning Information
In the event that our pupils cannot attend school on a daily basis, the following resources can be used to ensure that pupils do not fall behind in their learning.
Daily Collective Worship can help to give your child an opportunity to reflect and gather their thoughts.
Our Trust BDAT have a news page with information for parents:
The following is to some advise for parents on managing children through school closure from Save the Children
Useful Websites (Please click on the link below)
Weekly Home Learning Packs