Mrs Southerton is the named senior lead for Remote Learning.
Any queries, please call the school 0121 675 4841 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
marked: for the attention of Mrs Southerton . Thank you.
Thursday is World Earth Day. This year's theme is:
'Together we can restore our earth.'
On Thursday, children in EYFS and KS1 will be making commitments to how we can look after our world.
In KS2, pupils will be taking part in a long sustainability project particularly relating to water conservation.
As a family, please talk about this over the next few days and how you as a family might try to be more conservation aware.
Thank you for your support.
Please click on the link below to see the beautiful art work Year Four have produced.
Year Four Art
We have been thinking about Kensuke's and Michael's lives on their deserted island and how, although they are sad and missing their families, they have built up a beautiful friendship. The artwork we have produced this term is a green landscape which they may have experienced every day.
During this art project, the children have fine-tuned their blending skills using oil and chalk pastels, thinking about how the sun radiates energy. They have practised their sketching skills using graphite pencils and thought about reflection and shadow, again using different shades of pastels and correction pens.
Please click on the link below which will take you through a way to access excellent FREE reading materials.
Thank you to Mrs Nixon for putting this together.
Please find below the following documents which we hope will help you understand our approach to remote learning.
Remote Learning Policy
Lumen Christi Checklist for Leaders
Remote Education website summary
Parent letter from Birmingham City Council
A framework from BEP
Parents are asked to contact the school in the first instance regarding any issues with Remote Learning- please know that we are here to help and support in any way that we can.
Link to your Classdojo page - https://home.classdojo.com/#/story - if you are logged in, it will take you straight there, if you are not, it will take you to the login page first.
Or go to classdojo.com and click log in (in the top right hand corner) - it will take you to your account where you can access your child's work and see posts from their teachers.
We have received a lovely comment from a parent regarding home learning which staff really appreciated.
"Thank you for your support. You are doing such a difficult job and I don't think the media are giving teachers the praise and thanks they deserve. I have to say that you and the rest of the staff are doing a fantastic job. Thank you."
I would like to say thank you so much to this parent, and to all parents, for the fantastic support you give to the school. The teachers are doing an amazing job in extremely challenging times, as are all staff in school, as we just want the best for your children.
Look at our International Women and Girls in Science Day page (under Events in School, under Children) to see everything our children got up to! Here's some of the best work children got up to at home and in school: