A round-up of the latest school news for week ending 03/04/2020.
Home learning activities
Sending activities to support the children with their home learning has been a bit of a learning curve for everyone and I know that there have been some issues with logging on to different websites, remembering passwords and printing off items. After 2 weeks many of these issues have started to be resolved. Staff have been checking your access to the resources sent out and we are aware that a small number of children have not yet been able to complete home learning activities. If parents contact staff via Class Dojo directly I am sure any issues you have can be rectified.
The home leaning activities are extremely important for your child in terms of supporting them to develop good learning habits and ensuring that they continue to practise and learn key skills. Following the Easter holiday teachers will look at how they can amend the activities sent home so that pupils can be more independent.
Thank you to all parents who have worked so hard to support their children with home learning activities – we hope you have enjoyed it.
No home learning activities will be sent home during the Easter holiday although teachers will send out optional challenges for your child to complete if they would like to do so.
Claverdon & Wolverton Hub
As a result of low pupil numbers and in order to ensure we can maintain care provision for the children of key workers, Wolverton has now joined with Claverdon Primary School to form a local hub. Staff from Wolverton will be working alongside colleagues from Claverdon on a rota basis in order to keep care provision open. On days when staff are in school they will not be able to reply to you via Class Dojo.
If you are a key worker and require care provision in the coming weeks please contact Wolverton Primary School via email at email@example.com so that the necessary information can be passed onto the hub school before your child attends sessions.
Guidance for parents and carers: keeping children safe online
The government have updated their information for parents and carers to include a section on keeping children safe online. It provides links to online resources that will help support parents and carers in keeping their children safe online.
Full details can be found in section 6.3 of the guidance for parents and carers on the closure of educational settings:
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