La Salette Catholic Primary School

Loved by Jesus and Our Lady Of La Salette,
we learn and grow together, in joy and friendship

Distance Learning

 

We have sent home paper-based learning packs which cover a minimum of 2 weeks of learning ( 4 weeks for Reception class). From 20th April we will be providing distance learning on their 'year group tab' page. This will include a selection of Mathematics, English and other curriculum areas for you to work through with your children.

Children can continue to work through any unfinished paper-based learning as the new tasks are added. We are aware that due to sickness, time or access to computers, the pace of learning may vary from household to household and would urge you not to place too much pressure on yourself or your children to complete every task by the end of each week.

We would also like to make clear that it is important that children continue to exercise ( where safe to do so) respecting social distancing guidance. There are a number YouTube sites that have short daily workout routines. Play is essential for children's social and emotional growth, so please allow time each day for these activities too.

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20/3/20

Please see the attached guidance for families who believe they may be key workers, have children with an EHCP or qualify as vulnerable families. Can I ask parents to complete the attached from and bring it with them on Monday morning so we can confirm key worker status. Thank you.  Key Worker Form

 

19/3/20

La Salette Catholic Primary School will be closed from Monday to all children except those children whose parents are key-workers, children with an EHCP and children who have an allocated social worker. Distance Learning work packs are being sent home and further work for after the Easter holiday will be provided on the school website. We have not yet received a definite list outlining who ‘key workers’ are from the DfE, and I would urge all parents to be vigilant for updates from the Government. I will of course contact parents as soon as this information is available. If you are an NHS professional, emergency service worker (police and fire), please contact the school as soon as possible to confirm if your children will be attending next week.

 It is vital that all parents download the SchoolJotter App on their mobile phones or devices from the AppleStore or GooglePlay as this will be the primary method of communication with families while children are at home.