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  • School Closure

    Published 31/12/20

    31st December 2020

    Dear Parents and Carers, 
    Due to the Government announcement, Shaftesbury will now be closed for all pupils except for pupils who are vulnerable and of Key Workers until the February half term.
    All work will be completed remotely, pupils will be taught by their teachers via Google Classroom. Lessons will be uploaded and teachers will provide feedback to all work that is submitted. If you do not have access to an electronic device, please let us know and we will make alternative arrangements for you. 
    Please email the school if you require your child to have a place in the Key Worker group, or if you do not have access to an electronic device. 

    For Critical workers , please see the link 
    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus -covid-19-maintaining-

    Please let us know by Friday 1st January 2021, 4pm, if you are classified as a key worker so we can make arrangements.

    School will be open from Tuesday 5th January for key worker/ vulnerable children. Remote learning will be available from Monday 4th January 2021.

    Please continue to support us in keeping everyone safe.

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  • Weekly Support Zoom Workshops

    Published 25/01/21

    Dear Newham Parents, Carers and Young People,

    Need some support for yourself or your family during lockdown? Not sure where to start? Join us for our weekly workshops taking place every Thursday, 4pm-5pm on Zoom and we will inform you of the support that is available to you in Newham.

     

    We want to make sure that every family in Newham knows about the amazing support on offer, especially during this difficult time. This includes support for wellbeing and mental health, finances, housing, befriending and much more. Click the link below to join our workshop!

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Phone one-tap:

    United Kingdom: +442034815240,,95579486838# or +442039017895,,95579486838#

    Meeting URL:

    https://zoom.us/j/95579486838

    Meeting ​ID:

    955 7948 6838

     

     

    Workshops

    Supporting parents during the Coronavirus pandemic

     

    Thursday 28th January 2021, 4-5pm

    Supporting teenagers during the Coronavirus pandemic

     

    Thursday 4th February 2021, 4-5pm

    Supporting children during the Coronavirus pandemic

     

    Thursday 11th February 2021, 4-5pm

    Taking care of yourself during the Coronavirus pandemic

     

    Thursday 18th February 2021, 4-5pm

     

    Join by phone

    If you do not have Zoom on your phone or computer, you can still join by phone.

     

    1. Call the below number on your phone (if the first one does not work please try the next one along)
    2. You will be instructed to key in the ‘Meeting ID’ (below)
    3. Then press ‘#’ and you will be let in to the meeting!

     

    Dial:

    United Kingdom:

    +44 203 481 5240 or +44 203 901 7895 or +44 131 460 1196 or +44 203 481 5237

    Meeting ID:

    955 7948 6838

     

     

    We look forward to seeing you there!

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  • Google Meet

    Published 12/01/21

    Dear Parents/Carers,

    The work on Google Classroom has been exceptional and we are all so proud of the children- thank you for all your support and patience during these difficult times.

    I am pleased to say, we have been increasing our use of Google Meet (on Google classroom) to have live teaching sessions with pupils. This Friday, at 9 am, pupils will be able to log onto Google Meet and speak to their class teacher. We have instructions on how to use Google Meet on the website. You can find this: Learning- Remote Learning-Google Meet. The instructions will also go up on the stream on Google Classroom. 

    To safeguard everyone, please ensure the following rules are followed:

    Turn off cameras unless the background is clear (we should not be able to see anyone else).
    Behaviour should reflect as if they were in school- respecting each other, listening.
    Mute the screen unless asked.
    Two adults in each session - say hello

    As this is new to us all, please bear with us. 

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  • Ms. Kicman - 'While We Can't Hug' by Eoin Mclaughlin and Julie Dunbar

    Published 11/01/21

     

     

     

    Here is our very own and talented Miss Kicman reading ‘While we can’t hug’ by Eoin Mclaughlin and Julie Dunbar with her own daughter Mia.  Please watch with your child and send in a picture to us of a symbol representing the idea of love and caring from the story.  Thank you.
    Mrs O’Connor (Interim Head teacher)

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  • Help for the Festive Period

    Published 20/12/20

    Newham Winter Activities 2020

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  • Christmas Raffle

    Published 17/12/20

    Check below to see if you have won any prizes from our Christmas Raffle:

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  • MarvellousMe

    Published 03/12/20

    Click here to access Marvellous Me!
    Marvellous Me engages parents by telling them about their children’s learning and success. It enriches family conversations about school and makes it easy for parents to help their children’s education and say: ‘Well done!’​

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  • Weekly Homework

    Published 27/11/20

    ​Homework will now be set on Google Classroom so that everyone becomes used to completing work on this platform.  Any problems then please contact the school office so that we might assist you.

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  • Hello Yellow!

    Published 07/10/20

    Hello Yellow

     

    On Friday 9th October 2020  we  will be raising money for a charity organisation called ‘Young Minds’, which supports young adults with mental health issues. ‘Hello Yellow’ is a National Project, where the country raises awareness of Mental Health in schools amongst pupils. On this day we will have a non-uniform day and we would love to see your children dressed in yellow!

     

    Thank you, 

     

    Ms Hussain & Ms Khonat

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  • Winter Food Parcel Support

    Published 05/10/20

    Support for parents who might require foodbank support over Christmas.

    If you are self isolating and vulnerable due to Covid-19 you can complete the form for a free food parcel.

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