Please see the letter below from Shropshire Council regarding Secondary School.
Welcome back to a brand new term in Dragonfly Class! There are lots of fun things planned this autumn term and I hope you are all full of energy and enthusiasm to get busy with our learning.
An overview of this term’s topics and learning can be found here:
As you can see, much of our learning will be exploring the theme of ‘Rainforests’; our classroom will slowly be turning into a jungle!
Here is our weekly timetable so that you know what each day looks like (it may change sometimes but usually it will look like this):
Homework will usually go out on a Wednesday each week. Currently we will not be using Homework Books (due to Covid) but a new homework sheet will be sent home each week with your tasks and passwords.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any queries. I look forward to a productive autumn term in class!
Miss Whit 🙂
Please see below the link to the Government’s advice on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak.
Please click the link to see a book written for children about Coronavirus with illustrations by Axel Scheffler.
This is a strange time and way to be introducing a new staff member, but now that Mrs Farmer has started her maternity leave Miss Horton has taken over her role in Hedgehog Class. Miss Horton has written a little update so that the children can get to know her a little better and has included a photograph. I would be grateful if parents could share this with their children.
Mrs Julie Ball
Should you have an urgent need for the school provision or food box to support your family then please call Mrs Ball 07376 182556. We will try and answer your query as quickly as possible.
Rev. Hannah Lins has sent this prayer to all the families and staff at Ruyton School. It is a beautiful prayer and she was happy that we share it with all of you on our website.
As you are aware, today, 3rd April is the last day of term. Ruyton School will not be open during the Easter break. We would like to thank all of our school community for how they have calmly continued their good work over the last few weeks; it has been a strange situation, however we have tried to give the pupils some continuity via the school website to post work that can be completed at home.
Please see BEAM contact details below