End of Year Awards Assemblies
Mr Adorian’s Final Assembly: Monday 13th July
The CJS Learning Hub has been set up to help pupils keep up with their learning in case of school closure or the need for families to self-isolate.
Class teachers will continue to set work for pupils whilst the school is closed. Below are links to each year group’s learning tasks which will be updated weekly.
Pupils also have access to the Times Table Rock Stars and My Maths websites. Login details for these have been sent home in their reading records. If your child has forgotten their login details for either of these online platforms please email Mr Croton (See Queries below.)
Additionally, pupils can use the links on our Useful Websites page to help them with their learning. This page has links to sites such as BBC Bitezsize, Dance Mat Typing, Scratch, Woodlands Junior and many more.
Should a parent/carer have a query regarding their child’s learning, teaching staff will remain contactable via email (firstname.lastname@example.org.) Please address all emails with ‘FAO [Teacher’s name OR class]’ (e.g. FAO Miss Foster) in the subject line of your email.
Be SMART- Staying Safe Online
Our pupils will potentially spending more time online as a result of the school closure.
Please take look at the online safety section of our website to remind yourself of how to keep your family safe online.
Are you worried about something that’s happened online?
Sometimes things happen online that make us feel worried, scared or upset. Whatever has happened, it is not your fault.
The best thing to do is tell an adult you trust what has happened and how you are feeling. They will be able to help you.
Thinkuknow’s website has some excellent advice for children on what they can do if they are worried about something that has happened online.
You or your parents can also used the CEOP page to report your worries about the way someone has been communicating with you online.
Why not brighten up your surroundings with some artwork. Click below for some simple activities you can do at home.
Hengistbury Head Writing Competition
Good News for all our budding writers; Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre is hosting it’s 6th annual Hengistbury Head Writing Competition. Both young and old are invited to submit poems or stories on the broad theme of ‘Nature and Me’.
The closing date for the competition is 4pm on 1st July.
Click before for more information, rules and an entry form.
Keeping Active At Home
Over the weeks ahead it will be more important than ever for children to keep fit and active. We would like to provide you with some challenges and resources for you to try at home.
- All young people should aim to be physically active for 60 minutes each day.
- Print off these sheets and keep a log or how active you have been.
- We would encourage you to do as many of these activities in your gardens, benefiting from the fresh air, as possible.
Please ensure you have enough room to do these activities and perform them in a safe manner.
Dorset School Games
Wake and Shake with Miss Binney
Why not try out our CJS Wake and Shake.
Miss Binney has recorded 4 Wake & Shake routines for you to learn at home.
These routines are a great way to keep active. Perform one routine before your morning workout with Joe Wicks as a warm up or when you need some energy and a dance throughout the day!
Work Out with Wicks
The Body Coach, Joe Wicks, has offered to become the Nations P.E. teacher and will be hosting live PE/ fitness sessions on his YouTube channel Monday – Friday 9am.
Children need to stay active and positive and these short home sessions will really help.Joe Wicks – The Body Coach TV
Please share this and let your friends and family know. Workouts will be hosted at youtube.com/thebodycoach1
Lockdown can be a difficult time for families, which is why we are supporting the NSPCC who are still here to support you if you need advice or support. You can also call or email if you are worried about a child or young person, or if you notice that something just doesn’t seem right. Their helpline team offer free support and guidance on 0808 800 5000 (8am-10pm Mon-Fri / 9am-6pm weekends) or you can email email@example.com 24/7.
Keeping positive during isolation
During this time of uncertainty and change, it is as important to look after our emotional wellbeing as it is our physical health.
Click below for some advice from our Pastoral Care Worker, Mrs Jenny Cowling.
Here are a few links to free online books that explain Covid-19 and social distancing in a child friendly manner:
The Kindness School Foundation has put together a free Kindness Calendar which offers a suggested activity for each day – they fall into 3 categories: i) kind to me, ii) kind to others and iii) kind to the planet.
Click here for some government advice about supporting children and young people’s mental health during the coronavirus crisis