Hi folks, here are some suggested activities for our pupils while the school is closed. Please note that this is designed to aid pupils and keep them active, it is not designed to add pressure to parents in what is an already stressful period. If you would like to contact us for any reason or need assistance please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help in any way that we can.
We have recently set up each pupil on Microsoft Teams. This allows them to interact with teachers and each other in a safe, controlled environment. They can say hello, ask for help, submit homework, watch videos and listen to stories teachers have recorded for them. They can also take part in fun challenges, quizzes and activities. For help in setting up Microsoft Teams press here.
No Books? No Problem!
If you would like to access any of our books online, please press here.
Need a break? Try some of these activites…
Here is a link to some fun activites, quizzes and challenges.
Look after yourself
This is an unusual time for all of us. It’s really important to look after yourself. Try and get some exercise every day, it’s brilliant for you. Sleep is really important, try to get up as normal and stick to your usual bedtime (if you can). If you feel worried or nervous about what is going on, that’s perfectly normal. It’s important to tell your parents or a teacher and they will be happy to help you. Don’t worry about getting all your work finished every day, sometimes it’s better to do what you can and take a break.
Here are some helpful resources:
Webwise is a website dedicated to providing information and advice ensuring that children can use the internet safely.
The Stay Safe programme is an extremely important resource in safeguarding our pupils and is designed to help them grow, develop and reach their full potential. Here is a link to the parents’ section of their website.