Look in the menus at the side for Maddaght and Chengey for resources.

For the duration of the lockdown Bnr Saunders will be doing daily reading and Bnr Callister will be doing daily maths through Teams with Bradda, following consultation with Bnr Kissack who is not able to provide Teams access.

Hopefully all glitches have been ironed out in this first manic week!

There is information in the menu on the left that supports the maths and reading lessons and Bnr Saunders will email out the follow-up work for the current books to parents.
You don¹t have to print everything out. Just use the ideas that are there.

Bnr Callister will continue to email you daily with your link to access your Teams session and your child¹s time slot at approximately 10.45am.

Have paper and pens ready just incase we want you to write anything and try to make sure you are sitting somewhere quiet.

If there are problems getting onto the teams session you can email Bnr Callister - even during the session.

If you find you are waiting for a longtime in the lobby then leave that meeting and reclick on the link in the email. It should take you to the correct meeting.

Don¹t forget about the whole school Cassan project! You can find all those topic resources on the website on the learning page.

If you have any worries about your child¹s learning or anything else during the lockdown period, then please contact either Bnr Saunders, Bnr Callister or Bnr Matthews.

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