What you can expect from our school

  • A continuation of an excellent and robust curriculum.
  • Online and offline learning activities.
  • Continued high-quality pastoral care.
  • Regular communication from the school and teachers.

How you can help your child

  • Family comes first and must be your priority.
  • You are not expected to be your child’s teacher. Please do contact the school if you are struggling with the work that has been set.
  • It would be helpful to provide a dedicated work-space for your child along with the following equipment: IT device, a pad of paper, notebook/exercise books, pen, pencil, colouring pens/pencils, whiteboard and whiteboard pen (provided by the school), ruler.
  • Stick to a routine where possible. It may be helpful to print out a copy of your family timetable and how the school day will fit into it.
  • Recognise the need for regular breaks for your children.
  • Help your child to eat healthily.
  • Encourage children to keep in contact with their friends.
  • Enable children to be punctual for any live sessions.
  • During academic learning, the focus should be entirely on schoolwork sessions, therefore apps/tabs that are not relevant to academic learning should be closed and mobile phones put away.
  • Keep communicating with us – if there is something that needs to be addressed or we could be doing something better, please do let us know.
  • For Games and PE lessons, it might be helpful for children to change into sports clothes to make a healthy distinction between academic work and physical exercise.
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