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Homework Bulletin 20.11.20

We are making torches in DT so please can you collect any of the following:

  • Kitchen roll tubes
  • Pringle tubes
  • Yoghurt pots
  • Plastic drinks bottles
  • Tall juice cartons

Please hand in to your class teacher by 20.11.20 

Thankyou :)

6.11.20 KS2 Homework Bulletin

16.10.20 Homework Bulletin

KS2 Homework Bulletin 9.10.20

Good morning,

I would just like to clarify the reading book routine -

Monday - bring bookbags in with reading books and reading records. Children will change their books and then they will stay in school until Thursday. 

Thursday - bring bookbags into school and I will send home their reading books and records. Keep these at home until Monday. 

 

However, this week due to a miscommunication, Mr Parker collected in Maple classes reading records and sent only their reading books home. Therefore, I will send the children's reading records home today. Now that their books have been changed this week, there is no need to bring their bookbags in on Thursday. Please bring back their reading books, reading record and bookbag next Monday. 

Sorry for any confusion. 

 

Mrs Boyd 

 

Friday 2.10.20 Homework Bulletin

25.9.20 Homework Bulletin

Follow up questions - 

What is the procedure for members of Maple bubble if anyone within the bubble gets a positive Covid-19 test result?

 

If a child tests positive for Covid-19 the school is required to contact the Department of Education.  They will advise the school what to do depending on the circumstances.  Unfortunately, there is no final answer we can give until we get the results and advice. If you have any further queries, please contact the office via email. 

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Welcome back KS2, here is your homework bulletin for this week!

Hello Maple Class,

I hope you have all had a restful and fun packed summer.

As your new teacher I am extremely excited about welcoming you back to school. In preparation for your return, I have been very busy sorting the classroom, putting up new displays and planning exciting and fun activities for you.

I feel very lucky to be your teacher and can’t wait to fill our days with learning, creativity, laughter, and friendships.

Have a wonderful weekend and I will see you in your shiny new shoes on Monday morning.

From

Mrs Boyd

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