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Our students, who have been attending school due to their parents being keyworkers, have been busy creating and putting up colourful pictures, some of rainbows, in the school windows in a bid to spread hope and happiness during the coronavirus pandemic.” #chesterfied365 #hope #happiness #bekind #staysafe
We are currently in the process of accessing the FSM voucher scheme that has been proposed by the Government and this system should be available shortly. Parents/Carers who are entitled to, will receive a notification directly.
Please check your emails for this notification.
The link below takes you to an online course for students which will provide them with core life-skills both useful for their emotional, physical and academic well-being. Each lesson comes with a video and an interactive quiz and additional handout that can be downloaded and saved.
We hope you are all ok and making sure you are following the lockdown procedures which will help our NHS stay open and save lives.
Just another idea to keep you occupied:
Comedian and children’s author David Walliams is releasing a free children’s audio book daily for the next 30 days, he announced on Twitter yesterday.
He tweeted: “I am about to call in to @ZoeTheBall‘s @BBCRadio2 show to talk about the free ‘World’s Worst Children’ audiobooks I am posting daily.”
The first story is already available for download on Walliams’ website. Called ‘The Terrible Triplets’, it’s part of his book ‘The World’s Worst Children 3’, a collation of different stories that was released in 2018.
The audio book extracts will be released daily at 11am, and will be selected from his ‘World’s Worst Children’ book series.
Enjoy and stay safe.
We are aware more than ever at these unprecedented times that your son/daughter will be spending more time online at home. We are sharing this information with you. While school is closed, here’s what you can do to keep your child stay safe while they are learning, staying in touch with family and friends, and having fun online.
The information will also be uploaded onto Doddle.
School is very quiet without everyone but the teachers are working hard providing support to the students whose parents/carers are key workers. We are keen to ensure that these vital workers are able to do their job to keep us safe. We are sure that you are doing your bit to lessen the virus spread by social distancing as much possible. Remember the following tips to do social distancing well:
- Don’t go out unless it is essential.
- Don’t have visitors or visit your friendship group – speak to them online or by phone.
- No social gatherings, including being out in groups in parks or other recreational areas.
- Regularly phone contact family and friends who are self-isolating to keep up their spirits.
- Maintain washing your hands regularly and eat healthily.