Keep going – you’re doing great!

We hope you’ve got the week off to a good start and you’re having a go at some of your home learning and trying your very best to do some work each day. I want to reassure you that there will be no sanctions if you can’t do all the work, just as long as you have tried your best.

I’m also aware that many of you have set up alerts in Show my Homework to remind you if the work has not been completed. Because we’re setting lots of work and you’re just going to try and do your best and do what you can, it might be useful at this time to disable these notifications for the time being. Unfortunately we can’t do that globally, so you’ll need to do that yourself if you feel this would help.

Parents can opt out by following the instructions here: https://help.teamsatchel.com/en/articles/2912140-managing-email-and-push-notifications

Students can also opt out following this guide: https://help.teamsatchel.com/en/articles/2911879-managing-email-and-push-notifications

We are also expecting an email from the government this afternnon telling us how we get Free School Meal vouchers out to you, which we will action asap. Grab bags continue to be available from the performing arts entrance each day between 12 noon and 12.30pm.

For more help and guidance on accessing work online, including some optional Easter projects, please click here.



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