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17/07/20

We are saying goodbye to our Year six class today, we are very proud of them all and we wish them the best of luck!

17/07/20

Please follow the link below for School Transition - August Calendars & Resources. The Padlet details fun and creative ways to think about school transition and promote wellbeing. https://t.co/ZiNDtQzWbQ

16/07/20

Happy Birthday to Isla in Alpaca Class, we hope you have a fantastic day! https://t.co/AHUWgWZMHQ

15/07/20

VIPS Holborough Lakes participated in the PASS Football league this year, unfortunately not all games could be played due to COVID-19. We are proud to have been presented with our certificates for participating in the matches that took place, well done! ⚽️ https://t.co/QZQMjmWkFq

14/07/20

Follow the link below for daily five minute mindfulness activities. https://t.co/Tkz3XYeSMD

13/07/20

Our Virtual Sports Week results are in: In 4th place it's Hever with 1808 points, 3rd Place is Bodiam with 1994 points, 2nd place is Scotney with 2436 points and Leeds take 1st place with a massive 2727 points! Congratulations and thank you to everyone who took part! https://t.co/xbYefalLmo

10/07/20

Retweeted From HeadStart Kent

Moodspark is . They provide mental health support to young people in Kent, and their website is full of useful resources and service information for parents and teachers too: https://t.co/PfeoNbMwBW https://t.co/OzhnXBQ4SF

10/07/20

Well done to all of our Learners of the Week! https://t.co/tEgJ4SZ68T

10/07/20

Ify enjoyed taking part in our virtual sports day activities! https://t.co/FVq0EFZcQP

08/07/20

Sammy and his sister designed and made an earthquake proof building! https://t.co/3ZnuyV3HMJ

07/07/20

Maisie in Meerkat Class has created this fantastic Great Barrier Reef picture. https://t.co/5AkmfeGJi9

07/07/20

Class Dojo is a brilliant way for us to connect, look how much our school has connected this week! https://t.co/8s1FmaAW9G

07/07/20

Jack in Alpaca Class has written about dogs invading his home which is linked to their text. https://t.co/CUzxA4Xnw3

07/07/20

Isla with a picture of her sporting hero, Glenn Morris. https://t.co/shoNqdhgJo

07/07/20

Daisy in Year 1 has measured herself against the tallest man in the world! https://t.co/tSYPhF6sxN

07/07/20

Freya in Alpaca Class has drawn a brilliant Giant. https://t.co/QcXlJbWSV3

06/07/20

Megan in Meerkat Class has created this fantastic painting! https://t.co/dwNUYTeAts

03/07/20

Well done to all of our Learners of the Week! https://t.co/dQBE4fKGOV

03/07/20

This week Owl class have been completing lots of work focused on 'Human Giants'. They followed instructions on how to draw a giant and used this to complete a description. Here are a few of the drawings and pieces of writing from Rohan, Finan and Aisha. https://t.co/JIjTqdbZgJ

03/07/20

Lion Class have been enjoying Sports Week. https://t.co/f1GjGCrc8D

02/07/20

Year 6 love their leavers hoodies! https://t.co/Yu1TiRyuBj

02/07/20

Jack in Alapca class has been producing wonderful home learning, well done! https://t.co/hCW7gFSm7d

02/07/20

500 Words: Black Lives Matter - 500 Words is the world’s largest story-writing competition for kids. Please follow the link for more information on how to get involved. https://t.co/N1jbs2DQtW

01/07/20

Minion Class have been comparing measurements, they found that the giraffe was taller than the steps but shorter than the school! https://t.co/enFjGDI3Vg

01/07/20

Clara and Lois enjoyed taking part ion Clock Jump this week. https://t.co/SdbtS59z7L

01/07/20

Minion Class have been painting African Silhouettes. https://t.co/0rdC3VAiZt

01/07/20

The children have been enjoying Virtual Sports Week, this is our Target Throw! https://t.co/82FGqewmAX

01/07/20

Noah in Reception has been measuring using standard and non standard units, he made a 36cm length. https://t.co/7VNvoowkfW

01/07/20

Sienna in Tiger Class has made her own version of snakes and ladders as her maths board game. https://t.co/8vTKfR0smN

01/07/20

Kento in Tiger Class has made a wonderful space themed maths game. https://t.co/RQzrG6vhvK

01/07/20

Finley and Reeva have been crabbing at the beach. https://t.co/eswVUbGgy7

30/06/20

We hope that you like our staff well being area as much as do 😀 https://t.co/V69zwtLDbA

30/06/20

Please see the Salus activity time table for children ages 8 and above. https://t.co/cijHEe0eRC

30/06/20

Wow, look how much we are connecting on Class Dojo! https://t.co/YNPnsW1JCA

30/06/20

Pupils in Wallaby class have enjoyed making sun catchers for our classroom and for home but where has the sun gone?! https://t.co/HszWiSKqM0

26/06/20

Well done to all of our Learners of the Week! https://t.co/0Uc1lCc41F

26/06/20

Happy Birthday to Isabel in Tiger Class and Kamal in Alpaca Class, we hope you have a fantastic day! https://t.co/iuAAwVjyjF

25/06/20

Follow the link below to watch Storytime with Nick; films of well-loved stories read by Nick Cannon, a trained actor and teacher and a wonderful storyteller. There are 20 fabulous stories available for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. https://t.co/UEJRHm7Ezn

24/06/20

Part Two of Muheebah's short film. https://t.co/xBEEfxX3jE

24/06/20

Muheebah in Year 6 has created the sort film, click below to watch Part One, Part two is on the next tweet! https://t.co/zc3VJrAnXL

Recovery Curriculum

We have been looking about what our curriculum might look like for children when they return to school in September. Therefore, we will be implementing, for a period of time, a “recovery curriculum.” This will acknowledge that for some children, there will have been a potential loss to their knowledge and skills, previously gained. Some children will also have experienced mental health difficulties, isolation, anxiety and potential trauma.

Children will perhaps have experienced these aspects all at once and in a sudden and unplanned fashion; this can leave children feeling vulnerable. Alternatively, there will be some children who have thrived on the challenges of home learning and will need very little support when returning to school.

So, please feel reassured, that we will be making adaptions to our curriculum to ensure the children overcome any potential barriers and continue to flourish as they did before lockdown.

To help us support children with this, our recovery curriculum will focus on four areas - more information can be found by clicking the link below:

Supporting me to build positive relationships with others 

Other useful information:

Transition Package - Powerpoint

Return to School, Wellbeing - Powerpoint