Home Learning (Emergencies)

School Closure on January 31-Feb 1

Dear Families,
Your Grade 1 child brought home some tasks to complete over the next 2 days. We explained these tasks to the students before they put them into the school bags and said that we would like them returned to school completed on Monday, the 4th of February. Below is an explanation of the same tasks.

Non-Fiction Writing.
The students can choose any one non-fiction topic to write about in the book provided. Some options suggested during our class discussion included: the life cycle of a butterfly, the life cycle of a caterpillar, dinosaurs, Minecraft, pollution, animals, plants, Lego.

Maths – Venn diagram and Carroll diagram.
The students have been completing these 2 types of diagrams in class over the past weeks. They may complete the diagrams using topics of their choice.

Online Resources
Access the online resources that the students use at school, such as Tynker and Kids A-Z here.

Go Noodle
The students can access the Go Noodle website from here.

Xtra math
The students can access the xtra math website from here.

We will be available on email throughout the days, so please do not hesitate to contact us.

Grade 1 team

In the Event of an Emergency Closure

Emergency closures can happen any time throughout the academic year with little or no advanced warning. In the event of an emergency school closure, the safety and well being of all community members is a priority. It is recognized that emergency closure only happens during crisis and that format, responses and staff/student availability will depend on the reason for closure.

The school will endeavor to provide the most up to date in formation for all families in relation to the emergency situation/closure. In the event of a closure, the school will provide opportunities for home learning to minimize the impact the closure may have on student’s learning.