Please see update below for Thursday 21st May beloow.
Learning Journals – Summer Term
We will publish our next round of termly observations of learning by close of play tomorrow via Learning Journals. These will share learning that has been offered to and experienced by our pupils through Digital Learning since the schools closed.
We will also share our annual pupil progress reports via Learning Journals on 22nd June. These reports will cover: Literacy, Numeracy/Maths, Health and Wellbeing as well as Religious Education. They will communicate pupil strengths in and next steps for each of these curricular areas, based on assessment evidence up 20th March 2020.
If you still need to register for Learning Journals or have any other questions about the above information, please do not hesitate to contact me via the admin mailbox (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Stationery Provision for Families
Our next offer of jotters, pencils etc will take place on Monday 1st June from 9.30am-10.30am. I’ll share further details next week. Thanks again for the high level of up-take with this offer on Monday.
Action Points from Parent/Carer Survey
In response to the survey and the views expressed re interactivity, I have recommended the following changes for week beginning 25th May:
- All staff to post a daily morning greeting and introduction to the day’s learning using the audio function on Teams.
- Staff to create a separate channel for class group chat on their Teams, this will hopefully aid pupils feeling of social connectivity but will also ensure feedback and learning discussion is not encumbered by social chat. Please ensure that pupils use this function appropriately.
I hope that you will see in this response, that we value you and our pupil’s opinions and have sought to take your feedback on board.
May Devotions – St Cuthbert’s RC Church and Our Lady, Mother of the Church
Fr Duffy has posted May Devotions on the St Cuthbert’s Catholic Church website as well as that of Our Lady’s Currie. The quality of both content and presentation is excellent and well worth viewing.
Thanks to those who took part in the online Mass to celebrate Ascension Day via the link posted here yesterday. Fr Duffy passes on his best wishes to you all.
Pat Brack, Acting HT and all at St Cuthbert’s Primary.