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Green Class have been toasting marshmallows and experiencing campfire life as part of their #sentencestacking unit

Cookery club have been baking lots of treats this week!

Explore Learning are running some free Maths workshops during half-term. Click the link to find out more: https://t.co/pygftYkK4Z

Happy Easter! We celebrated with an Easter egg hunt, which as you can see, went very well!

Green Class have been painting some outdoor-inspired masterpieces!

It is Autism Awareness week! #AutismAwarenessWeek There is lots going on here at Grove Road to promote awareness. Keep looking out this week for our news!

We are delighted to announce that we are part of this years Parliamentary Review @TheParlReview Check us out!
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We had some fantastic entries for our 'Create A Super-Hero' competition for Comic Relief!

Look out for information from your teachers about our new English homework platform - Reading Eggs!

Some of the fantastic entries to our World Book Day competition!

Please remember school is only open for those whose parents have to return to work and cannot work from home. Let’s keep everyone safe!

Maths - No Problem have some videos available for parents that explain some of the methods we teach at school: https://t.co/VPhWHJPNlE

EYFS have been learning about the nativity story and exploring the costumes!

A lovely afternoon tea with our positive point winner!

We have put links to all of our home learning platforms all in one place on our website: https://t.co/3uBh4kb3sN

We would love to hear from our families about how they found home learning during lockdown. Please complete the survey sent out by e-mail or see the 'Letters Home' area of the website for more details.

At Grove Road we use a system called Learning Ladders to track children's progress & attainment. There are also articles and suggestions of how to continue learning at home. Check your e-mail for your invitation if you haven't already signed up!

Indigo Class are using this clip to come up with ideas for their own potions today.

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This year’s summer reading challenge will be happening online. Visit https://t.co/mUWpauWylI for more information. We are looking forward to hearing about who has completed the challenge!

Grove Road will be closed during May Half term. If you are a key worker and are in need of childcare, please visit https://t.co/WCNvCwbtQG

Catch your coughs and sneezes in a tissue, or use your arm if needed, throw the tissue away, then wash your hands.

To help keep yourself and others free from infection: Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, or a hand sanitiser if you’re out and about, particularly after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose, eating or handling food, and when arriving at work or getting home.

If a school closure is announced in coming weeks or days, the school has plans for distance learning for the children.

We know this is a worrying time, please be reassured we are following advice in school and we still have hand gel and lots of antibacterial soap. Mr Davis and his cleaning team are disinfecting door handles , floors and surfaces each day.

The advice has changed slightly.

If you or your child feels unwell with fever or a new persistent dry cough, you and the family must self-isolate for 14 days. Use the NHS 111 health line for further advice. Please inform the school via telephone.

The following website and email is available from 8am-6pm Monday to Friday if you have any concerns. dfe.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk

Telephone 08000 468687

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