What a monumental term this has been!
It always amazes me how quickly time flies by! We are heading into term 4 where we start to prepare and think about planning for the coming academic year. 2020 has been such a different environment for all of us, including the children. To stay home and not attend school has been incredibly challenging, however there have been positives too! Below is a selection of work samples from the children for you to enjoy.
Social Emotional Learning:
Everyone has bad days. As adults we are aware of our moods and feelings and are better equipped to manage ourselves around such events. Children often are left frustrated, angry and confused when their day goes wrong. Check the article below for some handy helpful ways and ideas to support your child when they have a bad day!
Enjoying some down time during holidays is important – families enjoy activities and quiet time. We all welcome the break from school, even homeschooling! However, for some of us, more time together is not a break. Having spent so long in isolation the pressure between siblings is building – constant fighting, arguing and competition is exhausting. Here are some tips for you to help combat those sibling moments…
I remind those of you who have little ones transitioning to school next year to ensure you have your enrolment paperwork submitted. Next term we will launch our online Storytime and virtual tour.
Online enrolments can be made using the following link: https://forms.gle/2u6289Szpowgwur78
Social stories and resources for Return to School:
As we prepare some of the children to return to school we may find increased anxiety and worry about what it will look like. The week 1 content for our lower school is all about return to school and refamiliarising the children with their surroundings. The link below hosts some resources that you may also find helpful if your child is showing signs of anxiety or worry about coming back onsite. Again, as always, please do let me know if you have concerns and we will work together to put strategies in place to help support that transition back into school life.
I do sincerely hope you all have a relaxing break and stay safe.
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Take care and very best wishes,