I hope you are all keeping safe and well. As you know schools will remain closed until April 19th but with the help of our new Aladdin Connect App and our school website www.presentationprimarywaterford.ie we will be doing our best to bring you, ideas, suggestions and learning plans to help keep learning alive in your homes. These learning plans have been carefully considered by your child’s teacher. You may decide to use all the ideas, some of them or none of them. That’s OK!
If you have any questions about the new Aladdin Connect App, please email them to me on email@example.com
These are very difficult and challenging times for us all and I would urge you to follow our governments and the HSE advice to keep us all healthy and safe. Please practise social and physical distancing, good hand washing, cough and sneezing etiquette.
Important public health messages in 17 different languages are available for those parents who require it on Covid-19
Be safe. Be well.
Anne Marie O’Mara,
Class Work during School Closure
General resources can be found at Twinkl which is offering free access to their site for this time. Use the code IRLTWINKHELPS .
Waterford Sports Partnership will run online Camogie Skills practice sessions every Saturday morning in April, The sessions will be led by members of the Waterford Senior Camogie Team. Check it out here.
Every day at 11am, you can listen to one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories. Check it out here.
School on T.V.
RTÉ will broadcast over an hour of ‘School on T.V.’ on weekdays from 11am to 12 noon. It is part of a cross-platform teaching initiative that has been developed by RTÉ with the support of the Department of Education.
P.E. with Joe
P.E. with Joe Wicks every Monday to Friday at 9am for 30 minutes. Details are available on his YouTube channel at The Body Coach
Advice, Tips and Links
Dr. Mary O’Kane Early Years provides great advices, tips and links on her facebook page @MOKEarlyYears