Remote Learning Update Monday 4th January 2021
As a school we use Microsoft TEAMS. A Parent and Pupil instruction sheet showing you and your child how to use and down load the TEAMs APP can be found under Parents and then the Remote Learning tab of this website.
This sheet tells you how to get and hand in work each day.
Daily face to face contact or chat with class teachers will only be available for each class at the following times each day:
Different times have been allocated to classes as we know that siblings maybe using the same devices.
Remote online learning will be added to TEAM’s for your child to access daily. Staff have prepared a timetable of work to be completed each day which reflect what your child would be learning in school. A workbook will be available at the school office for your child to use for online learning, if you wish to collect one. If you would prefer to access a class pack they will be available to collect from the school office tomorrow please call first to request one.
Foundation will continue to use Tapestry to set daily tasks – Miss Lehan and Mrs Lally have put a message on today, please read.
If you have any concerns or problems accessing work on TEAMs please call the school office on 0151 477 8290 we will be happy to help.
Thanks for your continued support
Miss J Hegarty
***Start of Spring Term Changes***
From Monday 4th January our school will only be open to the children of key workers and vulnerable children in all classes. Please click here for the definition of these groups. All other children will access learning remotely via (TEAM’s) from Tuesday 5th January. We are taking this step due to the school not having sufficient staff to supervise and safeguard the children in our care. All routines of staggered start/finish times remain for those vulnerable or key worker children who can attend. I apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you, our aim is always to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the staff and children at our school. We will update you as the situation develops.’
Take care and stay safe
Children’s University 2020
Home Learning Activities (Y2-Y6)
In light of the recent outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 we want to assure you that we take the health and safety of our students and staff very seriously. We cannot give advice to parents other than that which is produced by the government through Public Health England. Please continue to use this as your source of reliable information. We will continue to use both our website and the school app to support passing on the messages from central government and any other important updates.
The School Nurses are still available and their area contact details can be found on their website www.nwbh.nhs.uk/school-nurses-knowsley.
Secondary School and Reception 2021-22 Intake
Welcome to our Website
Hello and welcome to Ravenscroft Community Primary School. We are very proud of our school and we hope this website gives you a taste of what makes us so special. Whether you are new to our school, involved in our school now or an old friend, we hope you find all the information you need.
We strive for our school to be a happy place where all children learn in a safe and secure environment. We are committed to developing the talents and skills of every child to enable them to achieve their full potential. We also wish to nurture their personal and social development so that they become caring and responsible citizens. Every member of our school family is respected and valued for the unique individual they are.
We want our children to have special and happy memories of their time at Ravenscroft and value the highly positive relationships they have built with other children, staff, governors and our partners in the community. These relationships enable us to create a very distinctive Ravenscroft Ethos we are very proud of.
We believe education is a partnership between home and school and we welcome comments and suggestions.
Appointments to visit the school can be made by contacting the school office.
I look forward to meeting you
Miss J Hegarty