School Closure- Day Five

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For the children

Happy Friday everyone!

Well, you’ve made it to the end of your first week of school closure! It’s probably been a bit of a strange week for you, but we hope you’ve been able to access lots of your home learning tasks, and have enjoyed completing them. We’d like to thank your lovely teachers for working so hard to provide all your daily updates- look out for your new Home Learning Challenge grid on Monday!

Remember our message of the importance of kindness at this time, and sharing your examples of acts of kindness with us so we can celebrate them on the website.
We also hope you’ve been able to explore some of the extra activities and websites we’ve been sharing with you each day. Remember  to make sure you are checking with an adult before you search anything.
Have you seen our ‘Through the Keyhole’ challenge on our Twitter feed? Your chance to guess which member of staff’s house we are visiting each day.

If you are in P6, we’re going to develop a new way for you to share your home learning. We’ll give you more details next week!

Your home learning tasks for today are posted on your class page.
Take care, and have a lovely weekend everyone!
Mrs Venn, Mr Borthwick, Miss Bradley and Mrs Gowans

For Parents/Carers

Well done everyone, for reaching the end of what may have been a challenging week for you! We hope you have all managed to access home learning successfully, but if you have any issues with this, remember that our staff and senior leadership team are just an email away, so contact us if you need any help or advice!

We’d like to thank all our nursery parents who have been uploading photos on to their child’s learning journals. P7 have also been making great use of Teams to share their learning with us, and we’re so proud of all their hard work.

If you are a parent of a child in P6, look out for an email next week with information around introducing Teams to P6.

We hope you have a restful weekend!

Take care, and look after yourselves,
Mrs Venn, Mr Borthwick, Miss Bradley and Mrs Gowans