So, after my shared hopes yesterday that we would continue to be together in school as long as possible, we now find ourselves back to school closures.
This time round will be quite different to last time though, and our lives lessons will start tomorrow. Will will be following our usual timetable as much as possible to ensure we cover a range of different subjects, so you should have received 4 invites for 6/1/12: English (or getting used to whole class teams) will be 9.30 – 10.30; Maths will be 11-12; RE will be 12.15 – 12.45 and the Art will be 2 – 2.45.
Lessons will all be on teams, unless there is a technical issue in which case I will upload to the remote learning section of the blog – where you hopefully accessed activities for today whilst we were busy sorting the days ahead.
I have set each child up with their own file for saving work into on Teams, and some lessons will have ‘assignments’ attached which will be submitted directly… this should all become more clear as we work our way through.
Please remember to use the y6 email to contact me if you have any queries.
I look forward to seeing the key worker children in school tomorrow, and as many of you as possible logging into teams at 9.30.
The music service teachers, Mr Fisher and Mr Firth will be moving music tuition online via teams on Fridays (brass in the morning and guitar in the afternoon). Some of you may have done this during the last lockdown. They will be contacting you (if they already have your details) with information shortly. If your child is new to music tuition, if you would like your child to participate this time round or just need more details and information, please contact me, Mrs Pickering at email@example.com. Payment will continue as usual. The children will miss a short period of their learning to have their music lesson, which they can catch up on, as they would in school. I hope you will take this opportunity to continue your child’s lessons as music is a wonderful thing for the children to have in their lives, especially at this time (and you can make them do practice whilst you get on with work or have a cuppa)!
Mrs Pickering (Music Lead)