Although some children have returned to school, many of our children are now learning and revising remotely rather than in the school building – but do not worry! We do not expect you to teach your child. When school resumes, we will assess all the children and plan our next sequence of lessons to fill gaps. Use this time to enjoy your children’s company, to spend time together, to talk, to laugh together. This is more important than anything.
Please find below some information about how we are communicating with parents, carers and children, and what work has been set during school closure.
We are currently partially open for children in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6, and we are planning for ...Read More
Google Classroom is used to set tasks and share teaching material. We have been using it in Years 5 and ...Read More
Class Dojo is used to communicate with parents. It is an alternative to phone or email. Parents can keep track ...Read More
Bug Club Reading Reading is the single most important skill to practise. We use Bug Club as our main platform ...Read More
Phonics is needed for the first two years of learning to read, in order for children to develop strong reading ...Read More
Tapestry is our platform for children in Nursery and Reception (EYFS). Find fun activities and challenges, upload pictures and videos ...Read More
www.mathletics.co.uk Mathletics is used throughout George Mitchell as a maths skills revision tool. Children are set tasks weekly. Their performance ...Read More
Organising home learning can be a challenge at the best of times. Add in several children of different ages, a ...Read More
Here is our latest Primary Newsletter: 2019/20 Newsletters Newsletter Archive ...Read More
Follow us on The George Mitchell Channel! You will see all your teachers: giving weekly school assemblies, including Star of ...Read More