by Mrs Toolan
During the current school closure our school staff have worked extremely hard to support children in their learning at home. Each day class teachers will post activities for the day within glow sharepoint. Each class has it’s own area within sharepoint and tasks are placed within literacy, numeracy and topic folders. Teachers are available for support and advice each morning and will check in throughout the day, ensuring feedback and corrections materials are made available at the end of the day.
We also use Twitter to share learning activities and suggestions throughout the school day. This is a great space to publicly celebrate the work our families have been involved in. You can follow our school Twitter page at @stkevinsnlc
You can contact the school for support or advice at any time using firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stationery resources are available from the village Nisa shop and will be replenished every Monday.
Stay safe, stay well and do not hesitate to contact the school via e-mail if there is anything you need help/support with.
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by Miss McFadyen
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by Mr McGuigan
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by Mrs Reid
by Mrs Martin
Today in nursery we celebrated Rabbie Burns. We were asked to wear something tartan and Mrs O’Hear had made us a Scotish snack of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties washed down by a drink of our other national drink Irn Bru. … Continue reading
by Mrs Reid
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