Following the Prime Minister’s latest announcement regarding slowly increasing the numbers of pupils in schools, we are considering carefully how we can achieve this safely at Croft. We have been working this week on what school could possible look like and how it would work. As soon as we have a potential plan, we will let you know.
I am looking forward to positive times and being back at school (whenever and however this happens)
I would like each student to try and complete a task and bring it into school when we are back (if possible and if you are able to print this or do it on a computer.) If you would like one posted out let me know.
Attached to this message is a blank template for a piece of bunting. If all children could fill the bunting with something positive they have done during lockdown, a positive feeling they have had, something they have learned or appreciated or something they now have found to be very important. Be as creative as possible – photos, pictures, words, symbols….
Then when they all come back to school I will cut them out and make a giant bunting that represents the school community coming back together with a positive message on it.
Enjoy! Do more than one if you like.
Hello again P3!
Where has all the nice weather gone?
I have just been out and saved our plants from the rain, hail and wind for the night.
The Poppies and Sunflowers are starting to grow.
The Fox gloves are covered in hail stones at the moment but will hopefully start sprouting soon.
I am looking forward to seeing all your pictures.
Have fun and stay safe.
Next week (18th-25th May) is Mental Health Awareness Week. The theme this year is ‘kindness.’
We know that this is a really tough time for people and the current situation may be impacting negatively on our mental health.
Students – when you are in school, you have Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Senior Leaders, Cleaners, Governors, Site Managers, Caretakers, ICT technician, reception staff. At this time, the people that are looking after you have to do all of these jobs and that is really tough!
Here are some ideas for how you could show kindness to them
- make a card saying thank you
- make them a nice drink
- help with the jobs around the house or garden
- say thank you
- give them a day off!!
Take some photos of your act of kindness and send to email@example.com and I will post them up during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Watch out for some activities to do next week also!
Stay safe and keep smiling
Hope you are well, the Right of the Week this week is that all children have the right to good quality health care and to be healthy – really key at the moment!
Attached is a powerpoint with some lovely primary and secondary ideas. Please feel free to email me pictures of any work completed – firstname.lastname@example.org