Whatever 'Home Learning' we set and you try to deliver, the single most important thing for your child(ren) at this time is that we all consider their mental health – they will need time to talk and to ask questions, time to play, time to think and time to relax.
While we have 'set' weekly work that should be attempted - It is not going to be the end of the world if your child cannot manage every school activity, every week until we return.
PLEASE have your child do what they can, what feels 'enough' and what fits in with your home circumstances.
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Taking inspiration from the story and career of Colin Hartley the maintenance engineer at UK zoo Drusillas Park, and the keepers at West Midlands Safari Park this resource combines biology, geography and zoology together to teach your pupils about the varied world of ‘smart conservation’. This pair of lessons – one theoretical and one practical – explores how technology can help animals survive and thrive in captivity,encouraging your pupils to garner greater respect for animals and their natural habitats.
These resources can now be found under the Resource Base tab on the website.