You are amazing!

Well done for all the work you have done at home this half term! Miss Glass and I have been so impressed by the amount of work happening on Seesaw.  We are both really enjoying posting lessons on there and being able to see what you've done through the day.  Only one week to go to half term when we can all relax for the week. 

 

I can't see everyone on Times Table Rock Stars TTR (apologies Years 2 & 3) but I can see that Rainey Useche and James Tourtelot have been on in the last couple of days - well done boys!  Willow Blackwood is also a recent player - not only do you rock, you are learning number facts you'll need all your life!

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Keeping Going at Home

Keeping Going at Home

I'm writing this on the Sunday when Prime Minister Boris Johnson [aka BoJo] is going to announce the next steps in avoiding Covid19.  Hopefully we will start a safe journey back to a new normality.

Liverpool CAMHS has a fantastic website of resources including this Covid19 guide - I felt better just for scanning it.

 

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Seesaw

Seesaw

Just to say thank you everyone in Class Gates who's joined Seesaw - we're lovin' the learnin'!

If you have yet to join do email either Miss Glass or me and we'll get you logged on.  

r.debney@maltonprimary.org.uk

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Safety first for under-fives!

I know we don't want to worry but just a reminder...

Unintentional injuries to children

90% of the most serious preventable accidents to the under-fives fall into five main areas:

  1. Threats to breathing – choking, strangulation or suffocation
  2. Falls
  3. Poisoning
  4. Burns and scalds
  5. Drowning
    The One Minute Guide was designed in collaboration with the Early Help Service as a tool to help you understand why the prevention of unintentional injuries is important, understand which families may be vulnerable and what you can do to support these families. To access the One Minute Guide, clickhere.

#Online Safety at Home

Whilst we may be using the internet for the children's education and entertainment and juggling work and life, you may find the following 15minute activities useful to do with your children.

Click the link by the age range:

 - 5-7 years

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