Monthly Archives April 2020

Home Learning – Oceans

Another week another set of fun learning activities for your young family: https://communitylearningwest.net/home-learning-week-2-oceans/  
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Home Learning – Shadows

To continue helping parents teach their kids at home we have produced a set of work to help you. This unit is all based around shadows and gives you some opportunities to get outside with practical activities. This content is broadly aimed at Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 (roughly ages 5 up to 8). Due to it’s practical nature you should find this easy to adapt to a wide range of ages though.   Have fun and stay safe!   Home Learning: Week 1 Shadows
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Bristol refugee rights

Bristol refugee rights has had to close it’s face to face services due to Coronavirus. However they have uploaded support in many languages: Get Help From BRR If you need urgent help with your house, money or asylum claim, you can contact the Advice team by email, phone, text message or WhatsApp. Important!  Please tell us your name and phone number. If you need an interpreter, tell us which language you speak. We will call you back. Email: advice@bristolrefugeerights.org or Phone / Text/ WhatsApp: 07526 352353 *********** General enquires about getting help contact: Email: andrew@bristolrefugeerights.org or  Phone/Text/Whatsapp: 07846 332172 ************* Bristol asylum support services All drop-ins and face to face services at ABC,
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We Are Bristol Coronavirus Hotline Goes Live

A dedicated telephone hotline has been launched in Bristol to help the city’s most vulnerable citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. The We Are Bristol support phone number – 0800 694 0184 – went live today (Tuesday 31 March) and will offer a potential lifeline to isolated and worried residents across the city. Call handlers will be available initially during office hours (8.30am-5pm, Monday to Friday) to provide support for people with a wide range of needs, including obtaining food supplies, other essential items and medication. They can also help arrange follow-up support with different organisations. Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol,
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Zoom

Zoom is now the approved video chat service for BCC staff. If you are using this within your classrooms please follow the following guidance: tutor user guide for Zoom  We have a selection of guides in other languages: Zoom alternate language guides Safeguarding tips for teachers working with pupils Zoom provides a great poster for students participating online. My top recommendation would be to go into your settings and ensure you have considered what permissions are available to you as a host, and which are available to the pupils/parents at their home. The basics (yet essential safeguarding tips) include:  
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