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Daily Update - 19th May

Parentmail is down this evening, so I'm not sure when you will receive today's update - those of you who are signed up to the website will see it first!


We have been working through all the details of how our planned phased return to schooling will work and tomorrow we will let you have full details.


We hope you were inspired by Mrs Dineen's Alphabet Poem - did you have a go at writing one? Send it in if you did. Tomorrow Mrs Cherry returns with one of the favourite stories from the YR children - don't miss it!


Music During Lockdown

It's important to keep some sort of music-making going while at home. Attached are some ideas for you and this website gives you some great ideas for playlists for all ages:


https://blog.kidadl.com/articles/ultimate-lockdown-playlists-for-kids-by-age


Another opportunity to write

Here is a nice idea for children to write something for a real purpose. Write to Unite encourages children and adults to share stories and poems across the world:


https://www.writetounite.co.uk/


Puzzles for Lockdown

Here are some quarantine-themed puzzles to keep you entertained:


https://www.insider.com/quarantine-themed-puzzles-2020-4

Thrive

Mrs Mullin has attached the activities for this week.


"I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past"

Thomas Jefferson (US President and man who introduced macaroni to America)


Best wishes,


Michael Lobo - Headteacher

Suzanne Friel - Deputy Headteacher

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