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03.04.20 Home Learning Grids. - Please see below

Year 1 - Home Learning - 2

Year 2 - Home Learning - 2

Year 3 - Home Learning - 2

Year 4 - Home Learning - 2

Year 5 - Home Learning - 2

Year 6 - Home Learning - 2

27.03.20 Home Learning Grids. - Please see below

Year 1 - Home Learning - 1

Year 2 - Home Learning - 1

Year 3 - Home Learning - 1

Year 4 - Home Learning - 1

Year 5 - Home Learning - 1

Year 6 - Home Learning - 1      Year 6 - Plastics Challenge

We are also launching the Royal Academy of Art online Art Competition - Please see information below

Completed entries should be emailed to swardroper@ashdown.e-sussex.sch.uk 

Young_Artist_Summer_Show_Information_Poster        Terms_and_Conditions_Young_Artists_Summer_Show-2020.pdf

how-to-photograph-your-work-mar-2020       permissions-form

 

25.03.20 Home Learning. Please see below a list of programmes for each key stage which your children were all given the passwords to or are free entry: 

EYFS- Purple Mash and PhonicsPlay

KS1- Times Table Rockstars, PhonicsPlay and Purple Mash

KS2- MyMaths, Times Table Rockstars and Purple Mash

KS1 & KS2 will also have a weekly home learning sheet every Friday as they do normally. This will be available via the website from 10am every Friday until further notice.

We also encourage your children to embark on a project which further explores their interests. They can use writing, photos, videos, art, computing, etc. to present their ideas and findings. 

This term's Learning Letters are all on the year group section of the website so you can see what they would have been learning in school this term; this can be used as a basis for research. Additionally, we have a curriculum section on the website- under school information.This has plans which our teachers follow to prepare lessons. 

We are not being prescriptive in our approach and feel it is most important for the children to engage in active learning around their interests and also maintain their physical and mental health.

24.03.20 Children attending school will have brought home a form to complete for the coming week, so that we know which days you are intending to send your child into school.  Please complete this and return to school as soon as possible (by Friday at the latest).

23.03.20 We appreciate that this is a difficult time and parents have to make difficult decisions.  We would like to thank all of our parents who have taken heed of government warnings and taken the decision to keep their children at home.  Please can we reiterate that the school is only open for children of key workers and even these children should NOT be sent to school if there is another adult at home who can look after them. A new form will be sent home today so that parents can let us know what childcare they need next week. Please can this form be returned by Friday latest.

 

22.3.20 16.40: The government have made it very clear that it is only children who cannot be safely cared for at home AND are children of key-workers, or have EHCPs who can be cared for at school. If there is someone at home (even if they are working) or an absent parent who can care for your child (even if you don’t want them to) you may be turned away. To keep the children safe, there needs to be as few as possible at school. Please be prepared to verify your position. We are happy to help, but we will not be taken advantage of as it puts all the children, their vitally important parents, and the school staff at risk.



 

Here is a link to the advice that the DfE are sending the school daily: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19#contents

Here is the latest information from the DfE regarding what to do if your child is unwell https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/educationandlearning/schools/attendance-behaviour/sickness-absence/

 Thank you for your continuing support of the school.

 

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