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Welcome back Year 2 - Happy New Year!!

Date: 5th Jan 2021 @ 10:35pm

Well Y2, what can I say? We are extremely upset not to be welcoming you all back to school in 2021 BUT we must make sure that you are safe and healthy. We are, of course, still here for you ALL and there is still a member of staff in the office if parents/carers are unsure of anything. 

We are more than prepared to get through this lockdown now - we've got this and we are still here for one-another, so try not to worry. 

Each week, I will upload a Home Learning Timetable on to our class page (on the school website, click on classes – Year 2 and scroll down to the Files to Download section (near the bottom of the page) you will find the weeks learning) - it will have the date the work starts on it.  This is where you will be told what work has been set - some of it will be uploaded on to Seesaw for you to complete BUT some of the work will have website links for you to click on, so it is important that you check the timetable each week and don't just come on to Seesaw for your work or you could miss something. Three activities are set for you to complete each day and they will be explained on the timetable. We sent a home learning book home a few weeks ago, which has passwords in the back and should be used for all written work. Remember to take photographs of your work and send them to me on Seesaw so I can see how you’re getting on. 

I will be in class every day, working with our keyworker children, but I will always respond to your work or questions as promptly as possible, within school hours. I appreciate that learning is not always easy to manage at home and I will offer you as much support and guidance as I possibly can to help you to feel confident and enjoy the work as much as possible.  

I'll be looking forward to seeing your work online tomorrow! 

Happy New Year everybody and don't forget, we've got this! 

Stay safe,
Miss Swann

 

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