Check out these myth busting facts about Covid-19.
Public Health Early Years guidance for families – Please go to our EYFS page witihin the Home Learning tab.
Something else you might like to look at for your children. The wonderful David Walliams talking about music.
“When it rains look for rainbows, when it’s dark look for stars”.
We are all adjusting to a ‘new normal’. The effects of this ‘suspension of education’ will impact on everyone across the country. Educationalists will address the gaps in learning with the National Curriculum when we return to normal schooling, whenever this may be.
Personally, to change these challenging circumstances in to a positive situation– we have been given time! Time to spend with our families, time to be at home, time to think, time to consider what is important, time to distinguish between wants and needs.
Please be kind to yourselves. I know some of you will be working from home and will be juggling the home learning experience alongside caring for your children and family. The structure of the day is yours! Use the resources here on the website and make it work for you!
Keep smiling, stay strong and be safe.
With my very best wishes to you all.
Mrs Crowther – Headteacher
Please see our new Home Learning tab at the top to view relevant resources and websites.
Introduction to #techawaychallenge
Challenge No.1 –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTBWKlD_074
Welcome to Myrtle Park Primary School
We aim to provide you useful information and an insight in to our busy and successful school.
At Myrtle Park Primary the following values are at the heart of our school community:
- High standards in everything we do
- Learning skills for life together
- Making happy memories and realising dreams
We hope our website provides you with information on how this is achieved by our enthusiastic pupils, our dedicated team of Staff, Governors, Friends association and the invaluable support from parents.
“This is the place to be”
Mrs Sarah Crowther