Who do you talk to if you are worried? You can talk to any adult in school and if you have any special worries you can talk to:
You can talk to an adult you trust - even though you can't see the adults at school, we are still here to help you.
If you want to speak to an adult at school because you don't feel safe or are worried about something, you can send us a message using the contact box below:
You should all have received log in details for Sumdog, Purple Mash and Timetables Rockstars (if you haven't received a login or have forgotten it then email firstname.lastname@example.org). Click on the images below to access the learning:
Your teachers will have set you some homework to complete on Purple Mash so don't forget to check your 'To Do' section at the top of the page!
'Linked In' have published a really useful page all about helping kids learn at home and tips and guidance to help you through this difficult period. There are also links at the bottom of the page to all sorts of things you can do at home! Click on the image below to view:
www.intofilm.org are offering lots of free fun activities for families to do to make watching films educational. These include writing reviews, thinking about careers in the film industry, critical thinking and literacy skills and much more. Take a look at:
They also have 50 free film guides for you to access which can be used as discussion prompts and some extension activities for pupils to complete: