Daily Update - 29th April
Tomorrow is the last day of April and it's hard to believe another month has already gone by! Let's hope the month of May brings us all some much-needed cheer and good news. The staff have been having regular online meetings and they are all delighted with the work and messages the children have been sending through SeeSaw. Do keep sending photos to our email so we can keep the website gallery updated.
Mrs Cherry's reading of Owl Babies in her den was lovely and tomorrow Mrs Dineen is back with some great poetry for us.
The Teddy Bear Challenge
Have a look at Mr Morses' latest challenge for you and send us your videos!
The Gruffalo Workout
If you liked Mrs Paul's reading of The Gruffalo a few weeks ago, you will love this physical workout based on the book!
The Astr0-Science Challenge
For the older children, why not get them interested in space? Here is an interactive, space science adventure for children aged 7-11 which will teach them all sorts of interesting things about space and science:
The BBC have put together a really useful website of resources for parents whose children have special needs, disabilities or are simply anxious:
The government has updated the guidance for households with possible Coronavirus infection - you can find it here:
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving"
Albert Einstein (Nobel-winning scientist)
Michael Lobo - Headteacher
Suzanne Friel - Deputy Headteacher