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Westminster

Teacher: Kim Allen*

TA: Joyce Pinto

Embankment

Teacher: Imogen Mansfield

TA: Carly Labuschagne

St Paul's

Teacher: Lettisha Baldwin

TA: Sue Williams

*Year Group Leader

Reading daily is one of the most important things you can do with your child. If you run out of books to read, you can access a large range of free books online at Oxford Owls.

Alongside this, we recommend that the children continue to practice their spellings and times tables. 

Great ideas for on-going projects that you can do at home. PROJECT IDEAS.

Try this art project ART PROJECT 

Website Links – great free activities

Letters and Sounds    YouTube channel with Daily Phonics Lessons following the same scheme that we use in school

Top Marks All subjects

BBC Bitesize All subjects

Kids Workouts Physical activities to do in the home

Phonics Play Phonics games

Busy Things All subjects

Mental Health and Wellbeing

GoNoodle   this is a great website for children, combining a mix of interactive mindfulness/breathing activities in addition to a choice of energetic physical activities for them to join in.

NHS Fitness this is for parents who may be looking for some physical activity for themselves.

Please click here for the Think You Know website which helps to keep children safe online when using a phone, tablet or computer.

Please click here for a link to Place2Be’s urgent help website.

Home Learning

  1. Reading – please read at least three times a week with your child and make a comment in their Reading Diary. Your child will be able to change their reading book on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday every week.

Here are some fun websites that will also support your child’s learning at home:

For English: practise your grammar by sorting verbs, nouns and adjectives; punctuate sentences, making sure that your capital letters and full stops are in the correct places.

For Maths: practise doubling and halving numbers; see if you can beat the clock and quickly recall your numbers bonds.

 

 

 

Contacting the School

Coopers Lane Primary School is situated in Grove Park in the borough of Lewisham. The entrance to the school is in Pragnell Road, SE12 0LF

School Times

School Day
Mon-Thu 8:45am to 3:15pm,
Fri 8:45am-2:15pm
Breakfast Club 7:30am to 8:45am
EYFS/KS1 Lunchtime 12:00pm to 1:00pm
KS2 Lunchtime 12:15pm to 1:15pm
Afterschool clubs 3.30pm to 4.30pm
After school Tea Club 3:15pm to 5:45pm

School Office

Telephone: 0208 857 7680

Office Email

info@cooperslane.lewisham.sch.uk

Headteacher

Headteacher@cooperslane.lewisham.sch.uk

Ayse Mehmet – SBM (School Business Manager)

Rachel McCulloch – Senior Admin Assistant

Karen Hill – Admin Assistant/Attendance Officer

Kerry Michaels – Admin Assistant