Daily Update - 28th April
Definitely a day to stay indoors! Mrs Whitten's reading of the The Star of the Zoo was a great start to the day - tomorrow Mrs Cherry reads us a gentle tale about three baby birds.
We've sent out all the SeeSaw codes now for the extra activities. If you haven't received one but asked to join, let us know (Yrs 1 - 6 only).
The Teddy Bear Challenge!
Thank you to everyone that has had a go at the Mr Morse Challenge. Mr Morse now has a new challenge for you to try! Watch it here and then send us in your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
FSE Design are running a competition to design a poster - full details attached - why not give it a go?
What about learning another language while at home?
There are so many free online courses for adults and children in almost any language you can think of. Some people claim to have learnt over 20 languages! Here is a good site/ app that offers free courses:
If you're feeling rather anxious about things at the moment, it's quite normal. Hypnotist Paul McKenna has put together a series of podcasts to help you feel more positive. You can download them here:
Here are 10 tips on how you might be able to help other people during the lockdown:
Testing for Key Workers
Coronavirus testing is now available for key workers who are self-isolating due to having coronavirus-like symptoms or because a member of their household has symptoms. You can find more information here:
"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery,but today is a gift, that is why it's called The Present."
Bil Keane (American Cartoonist)
Michael Lobo - Headteacher
Suzanne Friel - Deputy Headteacher