Welcome back to our weekly news letters. How are these weeks going so quickly? I seem to blink and it’s Friday!
There is such a lovely feel round school right now. Bubbles are working really hard and it’s great to see their amazing learning through the windows and all over Twitter. Children are continuing to make the most of the outdoor environment and indoors, we have everything from the BFG to minibeasts to dinosaurs who poo and then graffiti! A very eclectic mix of contexts but what goes along side it all is children absorbed in their learning. We hope that more of our pupils join us in the last few weeks of term. Please remember that if you have been offered a place it is still there for you to take up!
The winner of the WCPS bake off has been delivered an amazing prize gifted by our catering team! This is what Isla made with her winnings, a birthday cake for her sister’s 2nd birthday!
Kindness and Safety Online
Over the lockdown period we have had some reports of unkind behaviours and actions over the Internet. This makes us incredibly sad as we spend a long time educating the children about the importance of respectful behaviour both on and off line. At this point we thought it would be worth a reminder about this. This includes use of appropriate language while online, particularly when online with other people. Bad language is not acceptable in the playground and this is the same online. Just because you are at home these rules do not change. Unkind and inappropriate language can hurt people.
Through conversations with families and with the return to school for some children we have also noticed that routines may have been relaxed and screen time increased. Please see the poster above for tips on recognising when you have had too much time online. Screen time effects behaviour and sleep patterns. For further help with getting back into a routine please contact email@example.com and a member of the nurture team will get in contact.