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Dear Parents/Carers,

 

Welcome to Term 6! We hope that you enjoyed the sunshine and bank holidays over the half term break. This is set to be another busy term, with lots of exciting learning and events coming up. More details can be found in our newsletter and overview linked below.

 

We will use the website and the school newsletter as our main forms of communication with you so please check in regularly to find out what is going on and what the children have been doing. You can look at the photos to see what the children have been up to in their classes and see some examples of the brilliant work that they have been producing. 

 

If you are self-isolating or require any work from home, please keep an eye on the website or contact your teacher if you have any questions. Please also have a look at this Term's homework and spellings, if you need a printed out version please ask your class teacher. 

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher. Our e-mail addresses will be displayed at the end of this message.

 

Best wishes,

 

The Year 5 Team.

 

PE Days (the term will begin at week 1).

 

Week 1:

5A - Mon and Thurs

5N - Mon and Weds

5H - Wed and Thurs

5G - Mon and Thurs

 

Week 2:

5A - Mon and Thurs

5N - Mon and Weds

5H - Wed and Thurs

5G - Mon and Thurs

 

Contact Details:

 

Alex Hawkins: alex.hawkins@bristol-schools.uk

 

Sarah Huxley: sarah.huxley@bristol-schools.uk

 

Ella Nisbet: ella.nisbet@bristol-schools.uk

 

Georgina Gayton: georgina.gayton@bristol-schools.uk

 

 

First News

If you are missing leafing through our lovely First News newspapers, they are available online. Both on our website and on a special touch screen interactive version. Details are here:

Helping your child cope during the pandemic

 

It is absolutely normal that you child will be feeling many different emotions throughout this time. Sometimes they may feel things that are hard to express and seemingly never ending. 

The link below takes you to a child friendly information website about Coronavirus, with tips about how to stay healthy and feelings the children might be experiencing. It also has tips for mental health and how to look after yourself. 

The course follows 9 'lessons' but it is possible to scroll through each of the screens and read them along side your child all in one go. 

We suggest you pay particular attention to lesson 4 'How you feel' and lesson 5 'Tips for Mental Health'.

The link takes you to a log in page. Press 'log in a guest' and it will direct you to the course. If you have any problems accessing the website, please do let us know. 

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