3rd April update for families
I hope you are all enjoying the positives of lockdown and managing to stay sane through it all. I am really proud of the efforts you are all making to stay in touch with teaching staff and to keep the learning going for your children at home. I appreciate that it’s not at all easy to juggle the many demands on your time – so well done everyone! I’m also incredibly proud of our hugely talented staff who have had to, at very short notice, make massive changes to the way they teach and interact with the children.
We will be taking a break over the Easter holiday and school will be completely closed so that staff can take a well-deserved break. So, for the next 2 weeks, teachers will not be setting work each day or giving any feedback. However, as we usually do, there will be project work for your children over the holiday and also optional extras if you are looking for ideas to keep your children busy. You will find these on the school website - click on the 'Children' tab and under Home Learning you will find the year group website and other websites that we are gradually adding. Explore them and see what interests you and your child.
West Silvertown Foundation are also putting on some Easter activities for the community - details are in their newsletter here: We've gone online! Check out our virtual activities...
I hope you are all keeping well and look forward to ‘seeing’ you on the 20th April when we will continue with our remote home learning starting with our Made4Life week.