NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe Assembly - Summer 2020
Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) the NSPCC Speak out Stay safe assemblies and workshops are postponed until the autumn term. Although the NSPCC are not running assemblies as they would normally do, primary school children across the UK can watch below a special assembly with Ant and Dec and David Walliams in partnership with the Department for Education.
Featuring highlights from the NSPCC's hugely popular Speak out Stay safe assembly, the assembly helps children understand what’s happening currently, why they may be feeling anxious or worried, and where to get help if they need it.
Please take time to share this with your children at home.
Follow the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm0kccbZpYY&feature=youtu.be
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy
Action for Happiness - Jump Back July
Jump back July is a month for staying calm, staying wise and being kind.
There are daily actions to be completed to help us be more resilient in these challenging times.
Try and find a way through to feeling happy and feeling good every day for the month of July.
A Message from all of us
I just wanted to send a message to all of you to let you know that whether your children are in school or at home, you are all always in our thoughts and we can't wait to see everyone back in school in September.
We know that after 14 weeks in lockdown that many of the children are struggling, especially those who haven't been able to return to school, and that some of you as parents, are also finding it difficult to juggle schooling, home life and work. This has been and continues to be a difficult, emotional and tiring time for us all.
We, at school, understand this and we wish we had a magic wand to make things so much better. I promise you that we are doing all we can to make sure that we can return to normal and have all of the children back in school in September, whatever this may look like. I know that September seems like a very long way off but we have come this far and we are all pulling on our own reserves of strength to keep going and see this through.
All of you have done an amazing job of supporting your children, even when it has been hard, but we are very proud of how you as families have got through this time. I can assure you that there are not many schools who can say that the parents and families have worked tirelessly to complete learning at home, who have made learning for your children so fun and engaging, who have maintained high standards of learning and communicated so well with school, who have regularly been returning your children's work to school and who have still found time to spend quality family time together.
So we are so very grateful for everything you are doing and we take our hats off to you for doing such an amazing job.
Please just keep going and encouraging your children to do their best and then have a rest over the school holidays.
If any of you need anything, even just to call and have a chat, please make sure that you do, as you are all very important to us - you are all part of our Quadring School family.
Stay safe, stay healthy, stay strong.
Mrs Jameson and the Quadring Staff Team
HE:RO at Home resources
Please visit this weblink to access lots of amazing resources to support your child with Health and wellbeing
There are resources such as:
Physical Activity Challenges with a link to YOUTUBE challenge featuring EVOLVE mentors
Personal Best Challenges including your own score card - PB:ME
Daily Health Discussions
Link to Classroom Movers
With a lot of pupils being based at home next week for care or homeschooling we are supporting those pupils with a range of activities.
We want to help. If staff, parents and children would like access to our on-demand #PhysicalActivity
programme whilst at home, please contact us here at http://classroommovers.com/contact
and we will give you at-home access.
When we receive the notification via message (MUST INCLUDE AN E-mail) with a note of which school you are from, we will set a personal profile up for you.