Home Learning Newsletter June 2020

 We hope everyone is still well and able to enjoy the slightly relaxed lockdown measures, whilst keeping safe. We understand that working at home is going quite well for many of our pupils, but that some days are hard. Do not worry, you’re not alone. As long as our pupils are trying their best, getting in touch with teachers if they are stuck, then that is more than fine in the current climate. 

In this edition, we have tried to include lots of helpful tips to support pupils with their studies, but also to help you find interesting things to do when your children need a break from their work. 

Dame Elizabeth took part in #Take10toRead last week with some fantastic reading for mental health taking place across school. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed sitting back and getting into a good book in aid of Mental Health Day. #Take10toRead #LiteracyTrust #MentalHealthDay

@WaseleyHills @knbs_school @FollowDECTC @thefactory_YPC @StEdCampSixth representing Birmingham at Queens Baton Relay, check out the pictures in our twitter feed

Dame Elizabeth took part in #Take10toRead last week with some fantastic reading for mental health taking place across school. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed sitting back and getting into a good book in aid of Mental Health Day. #Take10toRead #LiteracyTrust #MentalHealthDay

@WaseleyHills @knbs_school @FollowDECTC @thefactory_YPC @StEdCampSixth representing Birmingham at Queens Baton Relay, check out the pictures in our twitter feed

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Contact Number: 0121 464 4040

Email to Ms J Newsome: enquiry@decschool.co.uk

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