Please see below for some information on an exciting competition that your children can enter from the National Trust at Lanhydrock. Good Luck!
This morning we welcomed back some of our Year 1 . They are at Delaware with Mr. Clatworthy, Mrs Hannaford (in the mornings) and Mrs Gee (in the afternoons.) Mrs Symons is with them at lunchtime. They had a great day and were pleased to see their friends again. They showed us how great they were at hand washing and keeping themselves safe.
It was lovely to welcome some of the Year 6 children back to school today. They followed all of the safeguarding procedures really well- hands were washed regularly and I was really impressed how they played at a distance at break and lunchtime. There were some innovative games in progress including 'shadow tag' and their new invention - 'Box Football' - it worked really well and there was no need for a referee!!
Cornwall Libraries and the Education Library Service wanted you to know about an exciting free offer to support
reading at your school during these challenging times.
We are offering your pupils easy access to eBooks and Audiobooks, both at school and at home, through our exclusive Borrowbox Primary only platform.
Please read the attached pack to find full information about the offer and instructions on how to get signed up.
From all at Cornwall Libraries & the ELS team
The Year 6 classroom at Delaware has been turned into a socially distanced room ready to welcome back our Year 6 pupils from Gunnislake and Delaware. As you can see, desks have been spaced at 2 metre intervals and each pupil will have their own sanitised equipment. Drop-offs and pick ups are made in the socially distanced playground and the same staff will work with each returning Year groups in their own class 'Bubbles' of no more than 15 children. Lunch and playtimes will be in the separate Bubbles too. Safety is paramount and, with extensive hand-washing a huge part of the new daily routine, we are taking every measure possible to ensure that everyone in school is protected. I will see some of you soon- from a safe distance of course!
We are sure that like us, you have lots of questions following the Prime Minister's announcement last night.
Friday was such an unusual and unprecedented day at school. We said goodbye to the children and we have no idea when we will see them again. My thoughts were especially with the Y6 as this could have possibly been their final day at Primary school.
Please continue to check back onto the website regularly where learning suggestions will be posted. Learning will be posted in class blogs.
The school is open for those children of key workers bit the advice remains that the safest place for your child to be is at home.
Please listen to the Government advice - stay at home and stay safe.
Looking forward to seeing you all again when normality returns.
Class 2 enjoyed an amazing trip to the Roman Baths on 11th March. This was an excellent way to round off our topic on the "What the Romans did for us?". Feedback from the pupils included- "It blew my mind", "The best trip ever", "I loved it!" and "I want to go again". The class worked in pairs to create their own documentaries and we are looking forward to sharing these on the website in the near future!
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Gunnislake Primary is closed. Delaware Primary will continue to act as our 'Hub' school and from June 2nd 2020, is open only for children of key workers, vulnerable groups and Year 6 children. We will update parents and carers with any changes.
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