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BELIEVING, LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER: School is now open for the children of key workers only. If you need to book a childcare place, please contact the school office: 01254 812581 or email bursar@mellor.lancs.sch.uk Remote learning pages are updated on a weekly basis for children being educated at home. IF YOU HAVE A CHANGE OF CONTACT DETAILS PLEASE CAN YOU NOTIFY THE SCHOOL OFFICE ASAP.
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Week 7

Welcome to Week 7 of remote learning.

Thank you to everyone who sent photos of your woodland work for Zoom.

Maybe you can log in to espresso to look at the habitats section?

 

I’m very excited to announce that our school has been selected as an Art World Records Ambassador, and we’d like to invite you to be part of breaking the world record for the largest online art lesson! This will be an official Guinness World Records title attempt so if we are successful, we will be making history...from home! Additionally, the project is raising money to help fight COVID-19 which is no doubt front of mind for us all. 

 

The lesson will take place online on the 21st May at 4:00-4:30pm BST.  It will be led by World Book Day author and childrens’ book illustrator, Rob Biddulph. You might know him from #DrawWithRob (as seen on BBC or all over social media) or his books, ‘Odd Dog Out’ or ‘Blown Away’. The lesson is free to join and suitable for everyone at home.  To count towards the world record, all you need to do is register individually at www.artworldrecords.com and join [School] on the day.

 

I’m aiming to get every one of our teachers, students and their families to attend. When we return to school, after months confined to our homes, wouldn’t it be great to be able to say that we were all part of breaking a world record!? 


So please register at www.artworldrecords.com and pick up those pencils on the 21st May!

Family Science is research about nutrients in our food. The last page in the document.

R.E.  - This week, on Thursday, we have a very special day in the Christian calendar.  It's called Ascension Day, and it's the day that Jesus went back up to Heaven.  Have a look at this powerpoint to find out more. 
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