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 Happy Easter

I wanted to wish you all a Happy Easter as I won’t have the chance to see you for a while.

 I hope the sunny weather will mean you can get out in the garden or go for a daily walk or bike ride during the holiday, as it may seem a little different from other school holidays.

 I look forward to welcoming you back to the start of a new term of learning at home on April 20th and I can’t wait until we can all be back together at Sir Francis Drake!

Happy Easter Everyone!

Some people have told us that it is difficult to find the class pages. Over the Easter Holidays we will be updating our menu to make this easier for you. We are also working hard to make sure that every class page looks the same and has an email for you to contact your teacher and send some work that you have done at home.

Here is the link to the remote learning resources and packs we have provided and here is a link to a proposed timetable that might be good to help get yourselves into a routine! Learn at home timetable You can adapt it if you need to.  Click here for a link to the main class page. If you scroll down the page you will find a link to each class. 

Remember to keep up to date with what is going on in the world by checking the Newsround website. Click here for the Newsround home page.

Parents, remember it is okay to go for a walk with your child to get some fresh air as long as you strictly observe the social distancing rules. Watch this video to see what that means   https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51989370 

It does lift your spirits to walk in the sunshine for a bit, but remember, no playgrounds or play equipment and no meeting up with friends, just a walk! 

 

Keep well, stay safe and look after each other.

Sir Francis Drake Primary School building is now closed to pupils. Childcare can still be provided if you meet the government guidelines. Please email us on emergency@sfdprimary.co.uk if you believe you are in this category and we will provide you with an application form.

The safest thing for everyone is actually if you keep your child at home. Restricting movement is the best fight against this awful disease for everyone.

This is an unusual and possibly worrying time for children and adults. We are here if you want to talk to us about any worry you might have on talktime@sfdprimary.co.uk.  

Click here for Lunchtime Meal Arrangements