Continue to read on a daily basis. Thursday 2 April is International Children’s Book Day so perhaps you could read together as a family for half an hour.
School is now closed for the summer holidays. We hope you have a safe and relaxing break. Children return to school on Monday, 7th September 2020.
St Paul’s is receiving guidance from the Department of Health and Public Health England and we are planning accordingly. Current advice and any significant updates will be communicated via ParentLink.
Please visit our School Closure Resources tab where you can access the drop down menu for Home Learning.
Work through a Grammar paper from your enveloped packs.
Play Spelling Sparkle at home or use the link below for interactive spelling games.
Pobble picture on 29th March entitled ‘The Tunnel’. Work your way through the ‘Sentence challenge’ and ‘Sick Sentences’ before continuing the story from the story starter provided or starting from scratch.
Stories, songs and activities, are now available on YouTube and Twitter for children and loved ones to enjoy!
They know there is a lot of concern and worry about the time ahead for all of us, especially for our young children isolated at home from friends and families. They hope these stories and songs will make the time enjoyable, entertaining and educational for the children and their families.
To access Active Learn Primary (Bug Club, Grammar and Spelling Bug, Abacus) use the link below.
All pupils should already have details of their personal user name and password and the school code.
If there are any problems accessing this resource, please contact the school office in the first instance.
Resources provided by class teachers to support pupil education while the school is closed will be posted here.
Please refer to the weekly emails sent by teachers via ParentLink to parents / carers for details of activities and which resources from here are needed.