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May 2020

  • Year 6 to return to school on 8th June

    Published 28/05/20

    Dear Janvrin families

    please see below the latest press release from the Minister for Education about important updates and developments for initial school opening. This will focus on our Year 6 children at this time.

    Please be assured that over the next few days I will be sending out further information to the parents of children in Year 6 but also further updates to the remaining year groups.

    I am hopeful that this is the beginning of a safe phased back return to school for all children at some point.

    Best wishes to all our families

    Iain George

    Headteacher

     

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  • Urgent press release

    Published 28/05/20

    Dear parents/carer

    At 2pm today, Thursday 28 May, the Education Minister, Senator Tracey Vallois, is making an announcement on the details of the phased re-opening of all schools, colleges and nurseries.

    Senator Vallois will be joined at the press conference by the Children’s Minister Senator Sam Mézec, CYPES Director General Mark Rogers and Susan Turnbull, Medical Officer of Health.

    You can watch the press conference live on the Government of Jersey Facebook page at 2pm and listen on radio.

    I will also share the press release with you after 2pm so that you have all the information.  

    Iain George

    Headteacher

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  • School closure update

    Published 22/05/20

    Please click on the document below regarding school closure. 

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  • Urgent update from Mr George 18.05.20

    Published 18/05/20

    Dear Janvrin families

    Thank you so much to all of the adults who have come to collect their child’s Google Classroom packs.

    This has gone brilliantly well so far. 

    Children have been able to log on to their classrooms and have started and completed the assignments and activities set by their teachers.

    They have also been able to make some written contact with their class friends and say ‘hello’ to each other after all of these weeks in lockdown.

    We have had a few difficulties with passwords but, once you let us know about this, we were able to get all of these sorted.

    The majority of children are being set at least 2 main activities per day which means that since last Wednesday most children will have had about 8 activities to complete and send to their teacher so far. I have been really impressed with the work that children are sending back and the positive responses from the children. If your child hasn’t logged on yet, don’t worry: they will start their work from the day they log on and will not be expected to complete all of the work already set at this time.

    Access to the Google Classrooms is very, very important now as the lockdown continues so it is essential that all children log in to this resource to access the updated, daily activities.

    If you have not collected your child’s pack from the main office yet, you must do this urgently now please. The office is open from 8.30-4.00 every day.

    If it is difficult for you come to collect the packs please let the school know and we will help you with this.

    If you have difficulties with setting this up and accessing Google Classrooms, that’s not a problem. Let the school know and we will do everything to help you with this.

    If your child’s pack is not collected by Wednesday we will be making polite phone calls home to see when they are going to be picked up and if there are any difficulties at all.

    Kind regards

    Iain George

    Headteacher

     

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  • ECOF Youtube

    Published 14/05/20

    As some of you may be aware, we have several groups of ECOF (Every Child Our Future) volunteers who come in and read with some of the children each week. 

    They have really missed reading with the children so, some of them have made a video reading their favourite book.

    If you would like to listen to a story please follow the link below, maybe your child can spot 'their' volunteer!

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-9WTl54C8C6qMH6ulK8A6Q

     

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  • Google Classroom

    Published 12/05/20

    Dear children and families of Janvrin school

    As always, staff at school are sending you all our best wishes and hoping that your circumstances are as good as they possibly can be at this time. Please contact any member of staff at anytime if you are experiencing any difficulties or concerns at home for you and your child/children.

    Google Classroom:

    The class teachers at school have been developing lots of different resources and activities for children whilst children work at home.

    These have been very successful, but we are going to develop these even more now so your child can hand in completed work and get some feedback from your teacher on certain tasks.

     

    This is going to be developed through ‘Google Classroom’. We are in the process of ensuring teachers have the right training on this and that we show you and your child how to get on to this. Google classroom will allow teachers to post recordings of short lessons as well as ‘assignments’ that can be completed and returned on line by the children.

    There will be daily tasks for children to complete.

     

    We will be contacting you next week with clear, simple instructions of how to get on to Google classroom and with a code/log-in for your child.

     

    It would be helpful if you could download ‘Google Chrome’ on to our mobile device at home. This is the only way of accessing your child’s classroom (other versions of Google won’t allow this). If you can’t do this let us know (i.george@janvirn.sch.jem.chipperfield@janvirn.sch.jel.McInerney@janvrin.sch.je)

     

    We have sent out a survey to parents which many of you have completed and returned. This survey is to find out what devices your child has at home and when these are available.

    It is very important that we know if your child does not have a device at home that they can access for a couple of hours throughout each day. It is also important that it has Google Chrome on it.

     

    We will send more details around this next week so please keep checking your emails and contacts from school.

     

    We know this will have some initial difficulties in setting up and getting out to all families but be reassured we have this in hand with staff at school and will be able to support any issues that arise. Please keep checking for information from school next week and hopefully we can get this started at some point during the week.

     

    Liberation Day:

    Saturday is Liberation day. 

    This is an important and historical reminder to us all about how well we can, as a community, support and work together to overcome the hardest and harshest of challenges and difficulties. These things will pass and ‘liberation’ will arrive at some point. I am looking forward to the time when we can also celebrate together as a community after this lock down. What I do know is how well our community has worked together already in supporting families facing hardships and difficulties. We will continue to do this for as long as we need to.

    I wish everyone a very happy celebration tomorrow.

     

    Kind regards

     

    Iain George

    Headteacher

     

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  • Janvrin Home Learning IMPORTANT update (11.05.20)

    Published 12/05/20

    Good afternoon children and families of Janvrin school.

    This message is following on from my email last week about home learning.

    Children from Reception to Year 6 will be able to access a ‘Google Classroom’ from this week

    This will allow them to complete work set by their class teachers and to send this back to the teachers for comment and review.

    It will also contain recordings of lessons that children and parents can follow.

    We have nearly completed the packs for each child: these contain:

    Log-in instructions

    A special log-in code to access their classroom

    Books for recording their work (where needed)

    Other resources as needed

    When these are ready we will ask parents to come to school to collect the pack for each child.

    We are confident that these will be ready for collection by Wednesday at the latest and may be ready tomorrow (we will let you know).

    We have staff available who will be able to support you in logging in or setting up your devices if you have any difficulties with this over the coming days.

    The activities and lessons that teachers have prepared look very good and I am excited about the opportunities this new platform gives us in supporting the children and their learning at home.

    As always don’t hesitate to get in touch at any point if you have any queries or questions about this.                      

    Thank you

    Iain George

    Headteacher

     

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  • Potato Results

    Published 11/05/20

    Dear Janvrin families
     
    Please click below to view the results of this year’s Jersey Royal growing competition that was started before the school closures.

    Miss Wilton has now harvested the potatoes from each class and has come up with the 2 winners:

    Nursery: for the heaviest amount of potatoes in one crop

    5HV: for the largest number of potatoes in one crop

    The total number and weight of the potatoes has been sent to the competition organisers who will then compare it to other schools. We will let you know the results from this when they come through.
     
    Well done Janvrin potato farmers: another great crop across the school!

    Iain George

    Headteacher

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  • Jersey Library

    Published 06/05/20

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  • News from Mr George 1st May

    Published 01/05/20

    Dear families

    As we develop our teaching and learning at home it is important that we understand what devices you have at home.

    We also need to know what your internet connection is like. (If any families still need WiFi vouchers, please let me know).

    Please follow the link to complete a very short survey that will allow us to see what devices your child can access on a daily basis in order to do some of their class lessons.

    Please submit this to us as soon as possible: where there are restriction to access, we will try and ensure that support and devices are available for children.

     https://forms.gle/v13SFvqJk9cr9wXMA‚Äč 

    Thank you

    Iain George

    Headteacher

     

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May 2020