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BELIEVING, LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER: SCHOOL WILL OPEN FOR ALL PUPILS FROM MONDAY 8TH MARCH. For information about COVID procedures in school please see: Key Information - Wider Opening March 2021. Within this page there are additional pages which include information on getting support and help should you need it. Remember HANDS, FACE, SPACE !
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Wider Opening March 2021

Mellor St Mary COVID-19 MARCH 2021 Timetable

From Monday 8th March – school will reopen  for all pupils. Remote learning will still be used to support weekly homework tasks as well as provide lessons for children isolating at home.

 (See individual class timetables on Google Classroom).

 

We will  be operating staggered start and finish times for each 'bubble' in school. 

PLEASE ADHERE TO THE BUBBLE START TIMES AND ONLY ARRIVE 5 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR ALLOCATED TIME - this is to ensure that we are able to maintain a safe 2 metre waiting area for parents when dropping off and collecting children. 

 

Breakfast Club will be available from 7:50am and After School Club until 5:15pm 

 

 

Bubble 1

 

 

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

 

Start

9:00

 

Session1

9:10

 

 

Break

10:30

 

Session2

10:45

 

 

Lunch

12:15

 

Session3

1:00

 

Break

2:15

 

Session4

2:30

 

Home

3:30

Support

Class 1

Year 1

Class 2

Mrs Holroyd all day M.T.W. Th and Fri am only

Mrs Wells  (am only)

Miss Porter Brown all day  

 

Bubble 2

 

 

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

 

Start

8:45

 

Session 1

8:55

 

 

Break

10:00

 

Session 2

10:10

 

 

Lunch

11:30

 

Session3

12:15

 

Break

1:45

 

Session4

2:00

 

Home

3:15

Support

Class 3

Class 4

Mrs Fielding all day

Mrs Hounslow (am only) 

 

Bubble 3

 

 

Year 6

 

 

Start

8:30

 

Session 1

8:40

 

 

Break

10:15

 

Session 2

10:25

 

 

Lunch

12:00

 

Session3

12:45

 

Break

2:00

 

Session4

2:15

 

Home

3:00

Support

 

 

 

 

Support

 Children's Mental Health Awareness and Wellbeing 

It is imperative that children are encouraged and supported to look after their mental health, not just for a week but every single day.

 

Here are 5 tips for how you can improve your children and pupils' wellbeing

 

  • Step 1. "Teach them to be themselves" - Helping children to realise their strengths is a great way to build their confidence. Encourage children to notice and appreciate their own strengths, and those of others too.

 

  • Step 2: "Be grateful"- Help children to bring attention to what’s working well in their life by developing gratitude skills. To develop these skills, you can use techniques such as starting a gratitude journal or have a gratitude list discussion at breakfast/dinner.

 

  • Step 3: "Help them be more mindful"- A way in which we can help our children develop these skills is drawing for 10 minutes. Simply set a timer for 15 minutes and ask your child to draw something they can see. This activity isn’t about what the child decides to draw, it’s about whether they are able to focus on the activity and bring their attention back if they get distracted.

 

  • Step 4: "Be kind" - There are thousands of ways children and adults can show kindness every day, it can be fun to sometimes turn these small acts into every day rituals.

 

  • Step 5: "Teach them the importance of resilience" - One way to build resilience in children is to help them develop a growth mindset. Children with a strong mindset are more likely to try again when they fail, and also to attempt to learn how they can improve.

From the 1st September 2020 we have become a Nut Free School.

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