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Key worker children

While people have been in lockdown, and children have been busy with home learning, there have been a small but important group of children who have been coming to school some, or all days to enable their parents to continue with their important jobs as key workers in the NHS, emergency services and education.

When Year 6 returned to school after half term, this group moved to the hall, where they have coped amazingly well with the changes needed to adapt.

We thought that we would like to share some of their learning with you. As you can appreciate, the children of this group are not constant, or even from the same year groups. This makes their achievements even more special!


Before year 6 returned, we did lots of different activities.

On one day, we made pizza for our lunch...

Another time, we painted rocks.

We even had our own sports day!

On Friday 5 June, we looked at our value of ‘respect’. We thought about how we could show kindness to others.

We looked at the poem ‘the magic box’ by kit wright and wrote our our own verses.

On Thursday 11th June, we wrote our own descriptions of a jungle picture.

On the week of the 22nd June, the children explored the history of St. Peter’s School. These are their findings.