We hope everyone will be beginning to settle into routines of learning at home with the online learning opportunities provided as well as other home based learning tasks set by staff for this week. This week is very much about trying out different aspects of teaching and learning at home and we appreciate everyone working together ensuring our children feel supported in this new phase.
All parents/carers should now have their child’s class teacher email to make direct contact about any questions/difficulties accessing online learning at home.
The school has created an online register for pupils which is accessed and completed in their google classroom. The register also enables pupils to check in with how they are feeling as we would in school, helping us provide ongoing support for them.
All children should register using the online google form in their google classroom by 9.30am every morning. Registration of children during term time whilst schools are closed is an authority expectation so as with a normal school day, the school should be notified of absence. If your child is unwell, please email the class teacher to let them know. If we don’t hear from parents, the school will follow up with phone calls as we would in normal term time, but we would greatly appreciate you letting us know by email. This will help us to be sure of the well-being of the children at our school.
Parents of children in nursery will be kept in touch with learning and updates using Seesaw. To let us know that your child is not well and record absence from nursery learning that day, please let your child’s key worker know using Seesaw or contact Ms Law (childcare manager). email@example.com
This is a fast-changing and uncertain time for us all and we appreciate your working together with us to ensure this school closure phase is as smooth, safe and productive for our MOL children as possible. As ever, please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns or queries in the time to come. firstname.lastname@example.org
With best wishes,