The Raspberry Pi Foundation have launched a free Learn at Home initiative to support parents and young people with coding resources at home. You don’t need any coding experience to join in, and all of their resources and activities are free forever.
• Get involved with their space challenge, Astro Pi Mission Zero in partnership with the European Space Agency, where young people can send a message to the International Space Station!
• Every Wednesday their team of educators host a digital making live stream to inspire and teach young people about getting creative with technology.
• They provide over 200 coding projects you can follow on any computer, with themes from looking after yourself to protecting the planet. All with step-by-step instructions, accessible online at any time, for free!
Simply visit their website to get started right away!
Last night the government published guidance about key workers. The advice is very clear: if children CAN stay safely at home, they should, to limit the chance of the virus spreading.
However, we recognise that parents that are key workers may need childcare during school hours.
The key worker group includes:
Advice from Public Health England:
Advice for our parents/guardians.
You should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your children catching the Coronavirus. There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend their early years, school or further education setting as normal.
The government is closely monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus and is taking action at home and abroad. The overall risk of Coronavirus to the UK remains moderate. However we understand that people may be concerned where there are children, students or staff returning from or visiting China. Public Health England and the Foreign Office have issued advice. This can be found at:
Please see the file below for our latest OFSTED Report.
The latest newsletter is available here.
Our pop-up cafe was a fantastic success - we raised £237 to help charities for the homeless. Thank you to everyone who provided the cakes, gave up their time and spent the money in our very unique cafe!
This was an issue that the children in Year 6 wanted to raise money for. We have also re-written and recorded a song to promote supporting the homeless. You will be able to hear this soon!
This is the first of four areas they would like to work on this year. Come back to the website for more on this throughout the year.
This is Year 4's Diwali animation. We hope that you enjoy it.
KS2 Lead/ Website Maintained by:
Click here to take you to the SumDog log in page.
Log into Active Learn (formerly Bug Club) to read at home! Ask your teacher for your username and password if you've forgotten it.
School code: jgcx
Log in to Discovery Coding for tasks you can do at home!