Covid-19 Online Resources
The links below contain government approved online resources which you may like to use during this time.
In this section you will find information about each class, including the teacher’s name, the class curriculum or topic plans and information of what each class is learning about and evidence of work.
Select any of the classes from the menu for further information.
As part of our support to parents during this unprecedented school closure, due to COVID-19, staff are updating their class pages every Sunday at 5pm. They are giving you lots of ideas and suggestions of ways you can work at home with your child. They are by no means exhaustive, and it is certainly not expected that you all complete every one. They are simply a list of activities and suggested website which staff have come across and believe could be helpful to you and your children.
As Headteacher, I have been amazed and delighted by the way our children and their families have embraced the challenge of home-schooling and you are all to be commended. Please know that we are here to help and that staff are really looking forward to celebrating the wonderful work your children have completed once we are all finally allowed to come back together. Until that time, please stay safe and stay at home wherever possible. Staff are working in school to support those families who are ‘Key workers’ with no other childcare, but we keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers on a daily basis.
If you are struggling and need help, there is someone in school between 9am-3pm and we are here to support you. Unfortunately, we are unable to shop for you or come to your house, however if you need us to access help from other essential or emergency sources then please do not hesitate to contact us on:
(01207 232624 or email@example.com).
We can put you in touch with emergency Food-banks, One point family services, Social workers or the First Contact Safeguarding team. Remember the current Government advice is to stay home and stay safe.
God Bless and stay safe
Mrs Thorpe and all the staff at St Joseph’s