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We would appreciate some feedback on how your child has been able to access this week's remote learning. It would really help if you can complete the form below (click on the link below).
Please complete one form per child as each year group plans work to meet the needs of the specific age group.
We are all part of a bigger picture. We are all like jigsaw pieces that fit together to form the AVA community. Make your jigsaw piece represent everything that is you, draw your feelings that might be represented in colours, pictures, doodles or words. When you have completed your jigsaw, stick it proudly in your window to show you ‘belong' to our school community. When we are able to get back together, our puzzle will be complete.
Take a photo and send it to your year group enquiry email.
Download the jigsaw template here.
During February we are challenging you to get your mathematical brains working.
Just pick the calendar that's right for you and try a new maths challenge every day.
You can see the calendars below, why not print yours and stick it on the fridge or your bedroom wall so you can tick off the challenges when you complete them.
Good Luck Mathematicians!
Aylesbury Vale Academy subscribes to School Cloud which is a web-based system that connects families and teachers by video call for virtual meetings. For further information please click on the letters and guide below.
Celebrating World Book Day - Thursday 4 March
Primary assembly for the week commencing 1st March 2021 led by Mr Johnson, celebrating World Book Day 2021.
Primary assembly for the week commencing 22nd February led by reverend Gareth Lane.
Primary Assembly for the week commencing 8th February led by Mrs Haydon. You can find more information about the #ShowSomeLove campaign at...
The #ShowSomeLove poster can also be downloaded by clicking here.
Primary assembly for week commencing 1 February 2021, led this week by Mrs Longmate and Mrs E Conway.
Primary assembly for week commencing 25 January 2021, led this week by Mr J Sandalls.
Primary assembly for week commencing 18th January 2021, led this week by Ms Luton
Primary assembly for week commencing 11th January 2021, led this week by Mrs Haydon.
Home learning activities and resources for children in Nursery through to Year 6 will be posted in the applicable Home Learning page here, should the need arise.
A Home Learning Overview will be published and will be uploaded prior to the start of each week
There will be a virtual assembly posted every Monday.
Nursery, Reception, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 and Year 4
Parents and children can access a weekly overview of learning and links to the activities planned by clicking on the applicable year group 'Home Learning' link.
Year 5 and Year 6
For children in Year 5 and Year 6 Parents and children can see a weekly overview of learning by clicking on the applicable year group 'Home Learning' link. All work will be set daily on Microsoft Teams. To access their account your child will use their school login for Microsoft 365. These details are the ones they use to access their school email and regular homework.
15 January 2021 | Maths - How Parents Can Help
Staff Share Favourite Stories Online
To provide you and your child with some entertainment, some of our lovely staff have been sharing their favourite stories online. Click here to view the list of fabulous stories shared for all to enjoy.
Written and illustrated by Jon Burgerman
In this bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus. Fun rhyming couplets keep the tone gentle and supportive, and you will find plenty of ideas for dealing with coronavirus in a positive way.
Everybody Worries offers your child the reassuring message that this crisis will pass, we are there for them, and we will get through this together.
Click on the book image above to access the book.
We encourage communication through the year group email addresses, which are manned during school hours. Primary school staff are able to answer most questions quickly and easily via email communication.