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Home Learning Information for parents

Dear Parents/Carers,

 

I hope this email finds you safe and well and that you have been able to spend time with your children playing, perhaps completing some of the Home Learning we provided or exercising with your daily dose of Joe Wicks.

 

Some of our children have been accessing the school hub. If you are a key worker or have been contacted directly by a member of staff, the school hub may be somewhere you would like to access.

Some staff members have been delivering Free School Meals for over 90 of our pupils in the local community so a big thank you to them for doing this. If you feel this is something that would be of benefit to yourself, please get in touch on my email below. In fact, please email me should you need any kind of support. We have access to a variety of different services that may be able to help you during this difficult time.

Christine.McQueen@scotborders.gov.uk

 

Home Learning

 

After the Easter holidays, you will be able to access further Home Learning via our school website. There will be pages set up for each stage. There will also be a four weekly curriculum overview to look at, and each Monday, a weekly plan will be made available with a list of suggested activities. These are suggested activities.  We do not expect everything to be completed. Taking the time to complete activities as a family are also important. Monopoly is the number one game bought and played according to a recent survey.

I have included the email addresses of all the staff members in school should you wish to get in touch. I am sure the teachers would love to hear how their pupils are getting on or if you need to ask a question.

 

Class teacher email addresses were emailed from the school during the Easter break. 

 

If you have done anything that you are particularly proud of with regards to your Home Learning and you are happy for us to share this with the school community or the SBC community please email your class teacher.

Stay safe, keep well and keep in touch.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

 Mrs Christine McQueen

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