In school and at home we celebrated Children’s Mental Health Week. The theme was ‘Express Yourself’. On Friday 5th February, the children were invited to dress to express themselves. We raised £50 for the children’s charity ‘Place 2 be’. Thank you to everyone who took part.
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The school council met over a zoom call on Tuesday the 26th of January to discuss how the school can raise awareness for Children’s Mental Health Week, which takes place between 1st – 7th February, while they are still at home during lockdown. Members of the council enjoyed meeting up with children outside of their class and home. This helped to inspire some of their ideas.
As a result of this meeting, the children have decided to ask teachers to run some exciting activities next week around the theme of ‘Express Yourself’. Teachers will aim to make some of their lessons more practical, so look out for these exciting sessions.read more here…
We have ordered your voucher ecodes which will be sent directly to your email address ( please remember to check your junk folder too). These ecodes can be redeemed for your online supermarket vouchers using the website www.freeschoolmeals.co.uk
As this is a national scheme, the system is very busy so it may be a few days before your ecodes arrive in your email box. We have added the user guide for parents to our website, below this letter ,which explains how to redeem your ecodes. There is also plenty of information on the Edenred website: Free School Meal Vouchers– Information for Parents
Thank you for your support and patience as we move to our learning online. We are very appreciative of the efforts you are all making to access TEAMS online learning, when many are unfamiliar with it.
As expected we have had some teething problems this week which we are trying to sort out and a few is-sues arising when families aren’t used to online meetings.
Children must remember that they should be-have in the same respectful way as would be expected if they were in school.