Please take time to view photographs of our children making the best of the current situation.
Some maybe in school, others at home.
During these unprecedented times, school is open to children of Key Workers and other children who need access to school. School re-opened for these on Monday 23rd March 2020.
Whilst in school, a handful of children have been learning new skills. They have been gardening, baking, creating beautiful pieces of art work. As well as taking part in Joe Wicks PE lessons via YouTube.
The adults that are in school each week, supporting these children have been creating a 'Scrapbook Diary' for the school community to look back on in years to come, when eventually things return to 'normal'.
It would be really lovely to see what our school community have been doing while they're at home. If you are willing to share photos of art work, baking etc on the school website, please email them to
Letters and Links:
Links and resources which will help with home learning.
When schools re-open, children may work and play in small groups. They might stay with the same group and the same member of staff all day, through lessons, break and lunchtimes.
You can help by explaining to your child that it is important for them to get along with others.
When schools open, classrooms might look different. Desks might be reorganised to maintain social distancing between pupils. Pupils might be directed to sit at particular desks. You can help by explaining to your child that this is important to reduce the spread of the virus.
USEFUL LINKS & TELEPHONE NUMBERS
email@example.com or 0808 8081677
Domestic Abuse Helpline
firstname.lastname@example.org or 116 123
024 76 217740
Citizens Advice Service
With the assistance of one of our
very talented Teaching Assistants -
Miss Cawe, one group of Key Worker
children have created a
'Lockdown Rap'which they performed.
Have a look... it's brilliant!
Look out for these signs which are located around school.
Here are a few of the many signs we have located around school, reminding children and adults to keep their distance and to wash their hands.
There are also signs reminding us to 'Catch it, Bin it, Kill it'.
Here at All Saints School, we have kept you updated with Ryan's crafty fundraising for quite a few weeks now. Here (in the yellow link) is a new update, where his efforts have been published in 'The Local Rock' magazine which is delivered to 10,000's of homes across Leicestershire and Warwickshire.