As settings, schools and colleges start to welcome pupils back, Durham Education want to make the return as stress free as possible. The responses you provide in this form are anonymous and will help them plan and identify how they can best support families. Responses will be used to inform local and national practice.
Thank you for your lovely photographs. A selection have been uploaded and can be viewed in Our Classes.
Here are this week’s suggested activities:
Open link for a clearer image or to download the information below – MH_and_EW_Support_CYPS
Here at the links to this week’s suggested activities.
Here are this week’s curriculum plans:
Durham Sports Partnership have also been updating their ‘Home Resources’ section on their website. They have attached a couple of new resources they have come across that hopefully will be useful you. For the full catalogue of resources please visit https://durhamcls-ssp.co.uk/home-resources/
Oxford Reading Buddy
This is a lovely resource to help your child with their reading and comprehension skills. Your child has their own log in to access Oxford Reading Buddy. They then have a selection of books to read online and a quiz to complete at their level. Lots of the books are books that we have in school. There are also some Buddy books, where a character will guide your child through the book and get them thinking about what they have read. If you have any questions regarding Oxford Reading Buddy please contact Mrs Winmill at email@example.com.
Here are more activity resources for children shared by the Durham School Sports Partnership:
This is only a small sample of the resources added over the last few days, please have a look on the SSP website for further information (The ‘home resources’ of our website is open access – no sign in required for the purpose of parents/guardians being able to access this support): https://durhamcls-ssp.co.uk/home-resources/
Click on the links below to reveal the lesson activity plans for this week.
Hope you’ve also had the chance to see our video message to show how much we are missing you … now you have the choice of humming along or with music as Mr Ramsay managed to fix the bug for me. Why not give both a go. Hakuna matata, what a wonderful phrase…it means ‘no worries’. Please don’t have worries we will get back to normal but if you do, don’t keep them to yourself. A worry shared is a worry halved.