Enter into Year 1 learning
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A message from Mrs Hedman followed by a song by the staff of St. Mark’s
Please see Dojo Messaging in Newsletters
Week beginning: 6th July
“Lord God of Israel, there is no God in heaven above or on earth below like You, who keep Your covenant and mercy with Your servants who walk before You with all their hearts.
1 Kings 8: 23
Dear School Community,
As we approach the end of a very strange school year, we are thankful to be part of the St. Mark’s community and for God’s faithfulness during this time. Thank you again, for your willingness to engage with us with the website and the learning that has moved on line.
Since last week, you should have been receiving calls from the class teacher and by the end of this week; you will be sent the end of year reports as well as the name of the teacher for next year. The reports are built on the interim reports that you were sent last term. There will be a date at the end of each report, which will state when the class teacher is available to discuss the report, so you will be able to call in if you need to.
We continue to be open for:
- Children of critical workers
- Vulnerable pupils: those with an EHCP, with a Social Worker, or those with vulnerability to whom the school have decided to offer a childcare place.
If you have created rainbow pictures in support of key workers, please keep them, as we will form a display of artwork and writing to remind us of our experiences during lockdown.
Thank you God for your blessing.
Bless everyone that is suffering from coronavirus.
I pray for people to have strength and faith so they can accomplich true happiness in their life.
Thank you for the teachers and staff for letting us continue to learn in school today, it wouldn’t be possible if we didn’t have them right now.
Thank you for the children I share my bubble with.
Mauro Year 6
Helpful Hints for Home Learning
Please don’t worry about your children getting behind with learning. You can contact class teachers through the Dojo system or you can ring the school to speak to a teacher. Everyone’s in the same boat, and when things get back to normal we’ll make sure we get everyone back on track.
God bless you and keep you.
The St. Mark’s Team
Support: Some children maybe finding it difficult to understand the situation we are currently in, they may find it useful to talk to someone who is trained specifically to listen and support children through anxiety and fear.
Childline: 0800 1111 (under 18’s)
Samaritans: 116 123 (18 and over)
There has been a huge increase in women seeking support for Domestic Abuse, if anyone you know is in an unsafe household. Please let them know the following:
If they dial 999 from a mobile phone and are unable to speak, they can press 5 twice, help will come. Alternatively, they can call the Freephone number below.
National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (free 24 hours a day)
Remember to stay safe.
God bless and keep you at this unique time.