Atoms Education CIC is a Community Interest Company who is a provider of educational workshops that help children to develop a range of skills in a practical context. Their workshops cover a range of experiences that are designed to develop key life skills, aspirations, positive mental and physical health and a love of learning. They have produced a leaflet advertising a range of different webinars for both adults and children to enjoy. The webinars range in topics which are based on science, art, baking, music and story time. We hope that you will be able to enjoy the webinars and get some fabulous ideas on how to relax with your little ones while having fun! Webinar dates and times can be found on the leaflet above.
Please follow the link below to read the letter to Parents/Carers from Mrs Ashton 18.5.20
Welcome back to our first remote summer term! We hope that you have enjoyed some happy and relaxing days over the holidays.
As you are aware, over Easter, we have developed our new ‘home learning’ provision which can be found on the school website. Hopefully, you have found it useful and easy to access. Our intention is to change the English and maths weekly and the other activities every 3 weeks.
Please remember that while we are setting these tasks to support children’s learning and help maintain routine, we recognise, as mentioned previously, that many of you are also working from home or are facing other challenges. Please just do what you can and allow the children to do what they can without worrying.
While we can’t say yet when we’ll be able to open the school fully, rest assured that we are here for you and your children over the coming days and weeks. You are doing an amazing job to support your children’s well-being and learning.
To the children-we love seeing examples of your learning at home-keep sending them in as we miss you in school and they make us smile! Remember to let your light shine in all you do and say!
We thought the links below might be useful to you. Please view them if you wish. The Stations of the Cross were made by our Youth Ministry Team in school, along with other members of Youth Ministry teams in local schools and ‘Holy Week at Home’ is a Diocesan Resource.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
We have updated our safeguarding policy in response to the current situation. This can be found in the policy section.
We thought this would be a useful link for anyone wanting to take part in Mass from your own home- here you will find a list of all churches in the Diocese who have the facility to stream live Masses.
We are consulting on our RSHE Policy which can be found on the policy section of our website. We would appreciate any feedback.