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Stanbridge

Primary School

Aim High and Fly!

Lockdown Learning

Learning at home

 

We are using the Seesaw platform to support learning and uploading daily work for those children who are not in school. If you need help accessing Seesaw please email us. 

 

Please try to complete: 

5 x reading aloud per week 

 

We are sending home spare exercise books and extra support tools for parents in learning packs to support this online learning. 

 

Times table rock stars learning - if we are closed, teachers will challenge you!!

See if you can have a go at the non-screen and science activities at your own pace. We will keep adding more activities each week. Also try to make sure you are getting some exercise - this is really important, especially in difficult times. We are going to hopefully stream some live workouts for children to do at home if they want. Keep an eye on our Facebook page.

 

We are advising for safeguarding reasons that individual mobile phones are kept from children during school hours as normal (unless supervised). This is obviously up to parents, but we would like to suggest this to help prevent a surge of issues for children with online bullying and also help stop the spread of panic or concern for the children during this time. 

 

We have also put together a suggested timetable to use (of course this is optional). Our staff thought this may be useful to give some structure and routine. 

Optional timetable to help structure the day (plus lots of suggested indoor active activities)

Over the Easter break, we will be not be posting daily maths or English activities on Seesaw or approving posts, in the spirit of this being a national holiday. However, we have created the above Easter challenges for the children and try at home. Of course, they can still post their creative inventions, performances and hard work on Seesaw and we look forward to seeing them after the break. 

Musical Theatre

 

We may struggle to share our production this year; however, we can certainly share a sample of our hard work!

Below you will see the MP3 and lyrics for our final song. Have a go at singing it at home and when you feel ready, email the video of you singing it to the school office.  admin@stanbridgeprimary.org.uk

 

You can sing all of it or just part of it. You can sing alone or with your family - I bet they will love to get involved! Once I have lots of videos, I will create a video montage and share it with the school community - how exciting! Good luck and happy singing.

One Day at a Time

08 One Day At A Time - with vocals.mp3

 

Safeguarding information for South Glos area if you have concerns

 

Access and  Response Team – 01454 86 6000 (during working hours)

Emergency duty team – 01454 615165 (out of hours)

Police – 101 for non-urgent issues & 999 if urgent and an immediate response is needed

Domestic Abuse Concerns - Next Link South Glos domestic abuse telephone help lines are open 8:30am – 5:30pm Monday to Friday and 9:30am – 1:00pm on Saturday 0800 4700 280

Mental health support - CAMHS (if young person is currently under CAMHS) – 01454 862431 or if you are concerned that you are not able to keep your child safe or they are not able to keep themselves safe then take them to the Accident & Emergency department at Bristol Children’s hospital or call for an ambulance.

Food banks links for families living in South Glos

https://oneyou.southglos.gov.uk/eat-well/food-poverty-support/

Food banks links for families living in Bristol

https://www.trusselltrust.org/

https://eastbristol.foodbank.org.uk/get-help/how-to-get-help/

Parents worried about exploitation - https://paceuk.info/ or for confidential help and advice, call Pace on 0113 240 5226

CHILDLINE – 0800 1111 or visit their website www.childline.org.uk

Samaritans – 116 123

Mental health apps approved by NHS - https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/category/mental-health/

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