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John Clifford Primary & Nursery School ‘Be your best. Celebrate success. Together we will be successful.’

Work to do at home...

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Work to do at home this week

WC: 25/05/2020

 

Hi everyone!

 

Wow, another term is done and we're into May half term - doesn't time fly! The work from the previous few weeks will still be available for a while for you to access if there's anything you want to catch up on, but as it's half term, we haven't put any new work on the website - we'd just like you to spend lots of time with your families, have fun and relax this week. If you'd like to do any work, read as much as you can, and get on TTRS lots too!

 

Speaking of TTRS, well done to Lemurs for the third week running! We'll have a TTRS battle break this week so you can all get practising ready for the next one. laugh


The weather is glorious for the bank holiday today and looks like it will be the whole week, so get out and enjoy the sunshine as much as you are able - but don't forget to stay safe. Drink plenty of water, put sun cream on regularly and stay in the shade during the hottest parts of the day. 

 

Even though there's no school work this week, we'd still love to see what you're up to on the blogs, so please post and share! We love reading your posts and seeing what you've been busy doing! laugh

 

Koalas Class Blog - https://john-clifford-school.primarysite.blog/?class=2470

Lemurs Class Blog - https://john-clifford-school.primarysite.blog/?class=2471

 

As always, make sure you are keeping safe, having fun and relaxing with your families. Look after yourselves and the people in your home, and remember to keep washing your hands! 

 

Year 4 Team smiley

 

 

 

Daily Schedule

 

We have had some queries about how much work you should be trying to do at home during the lockdown.  We understand that families will be facing a range of different challenges and find themselves in very different situations.  Whilst we do not want to specify exactly what your daily routine at home must look like, below is a document which shows a suggested structure for your home learning.  Please note that this is only a suggested model and that we understand that each individual family must chose their own daily routines to fit in with their unique situations.  We hope that this is helpful to some of you.

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