We'd like to share a short book about staying at home called 'Where did everyone go?' by Iain S. Thomas. The author shares the following important message:
We are living in extraordinary times and guiding our children and talking to them about what’s going on is going to be challenging and I hope this book can help.
Update: WEDNESDAY 8th April 2020 - St. Stephen’s Junior School is open for the teaching of education to the children of key workers and vulnerable children.
Please see below links to the respective year group home learning information while the school is closed. This work should be available principally via ClassDojo, but has been uploaded to the school website for your convenience.
|Year 3||Year 4||Year 5||Year 6|
|Should you discover any of the links not working, please contact us via the website as soon as possible so we can rectify the problem.
New work for each week will be available by the start of each Monday. For more information on the school closure, guidance on children learning remotely from home, and other important information please read the following LETTER.
For information on the outbreak of coronavirus in China, including the current situation in the UK and information about the virus and its symptoms, please follow this LINK
Twitter allows short messages, photographs and videos to be shared. Many schools now use Twitter to share regular updates with parents throughout the school day, to keep parents informed about life at their child’s school.
We have been using Twitter as a school now for the past six years (@SSJSCanterbury) and as well as keeping parents up to date with a normal school day, we have been able to keep parents updated whilst on school trips, such as the skiing trip, bushcraft and PGL, as well as during special events such as music concerts and assemblies. We look forward to seeing more of our parents take advantage of this innovative way of sharing their child's journey through school! There is a link to our Twitter feed on the school website.