We've had another busy week of distance learning. The teachers have been getting in touch with families to check in and support them with learning away from the school site.
Welsh Government made an announcement this week that schools will re-open in a very limited way to allow pupils to "check in, catch-up and prepare" from 29th June. We are awaiting more guidance from Welsh Government before putting out a formal announcement. However, please be aware that it has been made clear that re-opening will not mean all the children are back in school at the same time. We will keep you informed by text and this website as we get more information. Please be patient.
On our school website, over the last two weeks, we have had
from pupils and parents looking for information and activities.
Also, on Seesaw we have had -
comments added to tasks
likes were added to others' work by pupils.
posted the most activities and comments in the last month, with
Next week will see the return of STEM Week. This is our annual celebration of Science, Technology, Enigineering and Maths. Staff have put STEM challenges on their year group pages and invite you to send in your results and photos to share your achievements with us. You will also see a return of the very popular Beat The Teacher videos. Take a look on the Virtual STEM Week page for more information and the videos -https://www.ninianparkprm.cardiff.sch.uk/virtual-stem-week/
We hope you find this as inspiring, challenging and fun as our Vitual Sports Day, which had such fabulous responses.
Please remember, any questions about distance learning should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you have a great week and manage to stay safe and well.
From all the staff at Ninian Park Primary School.