The Governing Body are very grateful to how everyone has risen to the challenges that have faced everybody over the last couple of weeks and Liz Maykels, the Chair of the Governors has written to all parents, carers staff and governors to thank them.
Despite the school being closed and last week’s Full Governing Body meeting being cancelled, Governors are being kept up to date with regular updates from Mrs Trickett. In addition to these updates, Governors are looking at items that were to be included in the Agenda at home. This includes reports on Maths, MFL Pupil Leadership and a Heads Report. Then questions and comments are being shared via email. We are looking forward to a meeting together when the circumstances allow.
Keep safe and well.
Here is a snap shot of the learning that has been taking place at home on Tuesday and Wednesday. Look at the creativity . . . . (Mrs T doesn’t have favourites but the F.A.R.T.S. school logo is genius!).
Check out Twitter for even more pictures!
It has been a pleasure to see all the mini classrooms being set up around Maple Cross. There are also lots more on our Twitter account. Proof that a school community is more than bricks and mortar. Keep sharing your photos, story videos and everything else! It is bringing a smile to all our faces.
We’re not sure whether today is Y6’s last day or not, but here’s a cool way that, whether you’re at home or at school, Y6 can all share their memories of their time at Maple Cross.
Whatever you’re connection with our lovely Y6 class, we’d love to hear your thoughts too! Just press the pink + button in the bottom right corner to start!
This morning Yr1 were asked how they are preparing to continue their learning at home. Their responses are inspiring . . .
“When I am home on Monday, I am going to wear my school trousers to help with my learning.”
“I am going to do my home learning with mummy.”
“My nanny is going to set up a school for us.”
“My mummy is going to wake me up at 9am and do some exercise.”
“Me and mummy are going to make a sign for a school at home.”
“We are going to make an office in the middle of the room.”
“I am going to make a school in the whole house.”
“I could get into my school clothes and do some learning and I will know when the time is for lunch, I’m going to make my house like Maple Cross.”