Year 6's Blog and News 2020 - 2021
You have been given this factsheet as someone in the school/setting has tested positive for COVID-19 although you have not been identified as a close contact
As you are well now, you do not need any specific treatment or change what you are doing. However, like anybody else during this current situation, you are being asked to monitor your own health, looking out for any symptoms such as cough or fever.
What symptoms should I be concerned about?
You should look for any of the following symptoms:
- new continuous cough
- fever (a temperature of 37.8°C or higher)
- loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)
If you develop these symptoms, however mild, at any point
Stay at home for 10 days from when your symptoms have started and refer to the guidance at
If you need to seek medical advice
Seek prompt medical attention if your illness is worsening. If it’s not an emergency, contact NHS 111 online.
If you have no internet access, you should call NHS 111.
If it is an emergency and you need to call an ambulance, dial 999 and inform the call handler or operator that you have coronavirus (COVID-19).
Due to the government lockdown the majority of you will be accessing your school work at home through SEESAW. Work will be posted on SEESAW daily and needs to be completed and uploaded on the day it is set. If for any reason you can't complete your work that day please contact school to make us aware of your specific problems and we will try to support as best we can.
I have attached a copy of the home learning expectations letter for you and your parents, this is also on the SEESAW page.
This won't last forever, it's another opportunity to spend extra time with our families. How lucky are we?
See you soon
Friday 25th September
Wow, almost a whole month completed! Well done to you all for a sensible and hardworking start to the year!
We have lots of fun coming up over this half term so lets get busy!
If you have to self isolate but are feeling well please complete the work on oak Acadamy Using the links below.
English - 5 lessons - If I were a rat
Maths - 10 lessons - Place Value
If you are unwell, please spend your time getting better xxx
Monday 20th April
I hope you had a lovely Easter with your families and that you are all keeping well. It seems very strange that the summer term has started without the children being in.
The staff are now posting work up for the children to do to keep their skills fresh. I just wish to reassure you all that you are doing a great job keeping them engaged to some degree with their school work and that even if only a little of the work set is achieved each day, you are still helping them for when they return to school. The work set is revision and should be familiar to the children so a little and often will be fine. We know that sometimes it is difficult to engage the children and for those of you with children in more than one class, it can be daunting, so please don’t be anxious if you cannot achieve all of the work each day. We are grateful for what you can manage but we also want everyone to come out of this happy and healthy at the end!
Take care of yourselves and remember we are all here to help you however we can,
17th March 2020
In light of the current situation, I'm aware that a number of children are self-isolating, but are otherwise well to do some school work. I have put some links on for websites you can use. There are also Powerpoint presentations for maths and grammar that the children can work through attached to this page all year round.
Hope you are all fit and well
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