Links that you may find welcome and useful:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTCGDE8Ga2wDVChtV29mWg?view_as=subscriber The link for Y4: Willow Class YouTube account.
Once on You Tube please type in the following for the other classes:
St. Michael’s Forest Class
Year 2 Chestnut Class stories
survival guide an idea for you all. This will be in your learning packs, which can be collected from school, at the end of the day, Friday 20 March 2020
https://imoves.com/imovement-signup this is a Free Link from Wesport (West of England Sports Trust)
http://www.ssgreatbritain.org/brunel-institute/learning Resources from ss Great Britain, which includes factsheets about Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a STEM based online game and worksheet type activities linked to life on board the ship in the Victorain times.
https://www.mathschase.com/ A completely free site to quickly test your times tables.
www.phonicsplay.co.uk suitable for nursery-Y2. Another free site
https://www.tes.com/news/coronavirus-bbc-works-schools-offer-tv-lessons BBC link that will offer daily free lessons for each year group.
www.twinkl.co.uk/offer enter the code: UKTWINKLHELPS again, this is free!
http://www.millfields.hackney.sch.uk/uploads/2019/Corona%20Virus%20Info%20for%20Young%20Children.pdf.pdf Thank you toMillfields School, in Hackney, for this fabulous child friendly explanation booklet.
An poem by Mr. Smith: A poem for the kids to read,
in these crazy times of need.
Listen carefully to the advice,
you never know it may save a life.
Wash your hands and catch your sneeze,
read your books and exercise please!
Life is going to be a bumpy road,
so keep yourself in super, clean mode.
Speak to the ones you want to see,
using cards, letters and online as it’s free.
Teachers want to know you are well,
so send an email, just to tell.
Live, laugh, work and enjoy your play,
even if in our houses we must stay.
Wash the plates and tidy your room,
use something called a mop and broom.
Try and complete the work we set,
Ask for help, please do not sweat.
Do not rush, just take your time,
and listen to the words of my rhyme.
Hopefully we will be back together soon,
having fun, singing loudly and smiling too.
20.03.20 an email from: Speech and Language Therapy Covid-19 Response.
Following guidance from central government, all of our face to face contacts will cease until further notice. These can be replaced by telephone contacts, where possible
We understand that you may have concerns about your child’s communication during this time. If you wish to contact the service please see the information below:
|Locality||Time||Contact number for families
|North Bristol||9am-4pm daily||0300 124 5832|
|South Bristol||0300 125 6279|
|East and Central Bristol||0117 3408242|
|South Gloucestershire||01454 862438|
You can also email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your query and someone will reply with information.
Please find above a link to the letter regarding school closure which includes the list of the key workers. This letter, which asked for a timely response was emailed to all parent(s) /carer(s) of children who attend St. Michael’s on the Mount C of E (VC) Primary School, on Friday 20 March 2020.
19.03.20 email sent to all parent(s)/carer(s)
Learning packs for children will be sent home at the end of the day tomorrow.
If your child is not at school can you please make arrangements to collect the learning pack from the school at the end of the day tomorrow.
Nicola van der Laan
Deputy Head teacher
Please find above a link to this morning’s letter regarding school closure. The letter has been emailed to all parent(s) / carer(s) at St. Michael’s on the Mount C of E (VC) Primary School, on Thursday 19 March 2020.
18.03.20 email sent to all parent(s) / carer(s)
We want to reassure you that we have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) at our school. We have, however, been notified, that some families who have underlying health problems, or, are in close contact with someone who is showing symptoms are following the current government guidelines and have chosen to self-isolate.
The message above has been emailed to all parent(s) / carer(s) of children who attend both St. Michael’s on the Mount C of E (VC) Primray School and St. George Church of England Primary School, today, Wednesday 18 March 2020.
Please find above a link to the letter that was emailed to all parent(s) /carer(s) of children who attend St. Michael’s on the Mount C of E (VC) Primary School, on Tuesday 17 March 2020.
17.03.20 – We have recieved the following message from the Foodbank:
Please find below the current position of how the Bristol Trussell Trust Foodbanks are going to operate in light of the Coronavirus
Trussell Trust Foodbanks Covered
- East Bristol Foodbank Outlets:
Kingswood – Bourne Christian Centre
Easton – Tudor Road
Easton – St. Mark’s Road Community Café
Fishponds – Fishponds Baptist Church
- North Bristol Foodbank Outlets:
Horfield – Ebenezer Church
Filton – Revive Charity Shop
Lockleaze – St. Mary’s Church
Southmead – Greenway Centre
Patchway – St. Chad’s Church
Yate – The Candle
Thornbury – Thornbury Baptist Church
Mangotsfield – Resound Church
- Bristol North West Foodbank
Avonmouth – St. Andrew’s Church
Lawrence Weston – Hope Church
Henbury – Emmanuel Chapel
Hotwells – Hope Chapel
Steps we are taking or may have to take
- In the first instance we will try to continue to operate as usual where possible, but with the precautions of asking all clients to wash their hands on entry to the Foodbank, not putting biscuits out on plates and pre-packing all fresh fruit, veg and bread into sealed bags so they are not handled. Volunteers serving drinks will wear disposable gloves where possible.
- In the past two days we have seen a drop in donations and a panic surge in people coming to the Foodbank. We are therefore rationing some items.
- In the light of current guidelines we will not be holding café or offering refreshments, but just receiving clients at the pick up points and handing them a pre-packed parcel.
- If churches are told to close, then that would mean most of our Foodbank outlets will have to close. We will let you know if this is going to happen and if the following procedures will kick in at each Foodbank:
Bristol North West Foodbank – IF our outlets close, our Social Justice Hub, St. Andrew’s Church, Avonmouth Road, Avonmouth BS11 9EN, will continue to remain open for the collection of emergency ration food boxes on weekday mornings, 10-1pm. Agencies will be able to pick up boxes for delivery and will home deliver where possible to those self-isolating.
North Bristol Foodbank – Ebenezer Church, Filton Avenue, Horfield, BS7 0BA, will be open for the collection of emergency ration food boxes on weekday mornings ONLY if we close other outlets
East Bristol Foodbank – Our worst case scenario is we will have emergency boxes available at our outlets at the normal times, that will be able to be picked up at the door if the outlets are closed.
The school can refer, electronically, families who are in real need. Please email us: email@example.com
Please find above a link to the letter regarding COVID-19, that was emailed to all parent(s)/carer(s) of children who attend St. Michael’s on the Mount C of E (VC) Primary School, on Friday 13 March 2020.