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Covid-19 Home Learning

The Easter holidays are here and although this break will be like no other we have experienced, it is important to remember that for the majority of children this is a time for them to relax and enjoy time with their families. As a school, we will continue to provide childcare for the key workers that are keeping the front line services running over Easter, but we will not be setting weekly home learning tasks to give the children and you, as parents, breathing space to be together without any academic expectations. Play games, share stories, learn or practise a musical instrument, enjoy arts and craft activities, get outside where you can to exercise, but mostly just make the most of having your loved ones close by in these worrying times.

 

There are a wide range of activities that you can explore with your children under the ‘active learning’ & ‘useful learning websites’ listed below, should you wish to get some ideas. We are adding to these sections all the time as new resources are made available.  

 

In addition, here are some additional activities that you may wish to access over the break in the 'Easter activities folder' below. Please, can I reiterate that there is no expectation that these things must be completed over the holidays, they are here for you should you wish to use them.   Please also take a look at our 'Talbot Easter Competition' (link below) - each year group will choose a winner who will receive an Easter prize!
  Have a very happy Easter. 

Reminder

 

Due to the increase in time spent on computers and internet, please ensure Internet Safety is high on the agenda when children are completing home learning.

Dave the Dog

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Miss Clark reads Dave the Dog - a story of an anxious canine.

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

Welcome to our new Covid -19 home learning webpage.  These pages have been created to suggest interesting, engaging and constructive activities for you to do at home with your children.  Unfortunately we do not know how long this situation will go on for, but hopefully these activities will support learning in the home! 

 

To access your weekly home learning tasks, please click on the relevant Year Group section. 

 

Please note the additional active learning links and list of useful websites that can support you and your child with their home learning.  

 

We would love to see what you have been getting up to at home,  so please feel free to email any correspondence, pictures and work to the relevant Year Group email address and we will be delighted to respond and feedback.

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