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Today we received an email from a senior nurse at the Royal London Hospital who is part of the team supporting the Adult Critical Care Unit through the COVID 19 Pandemic.
The hospital has received a number of unexpected letters/pictures/poems from local school children and wanted to thank everyone who has been part of this as the positive impact on wellbeing this is having on staff across the Royal London Hospital is unmeasurable.
If you would like to send a picture, poem or message to the staff at the Royal London Hospital please send them to
Marc Robinson Adult Critical Care Unit Ward 4E Royal London Hospital Whitechapel Road London E1 1FR
Hello from all the TBP Team.
We hope you have managed to rest and stay well over the Easter Holiday. This week we will resume uploading tasks to the year group blog pages. Tomorrow there will be new Reading, Writing, Maths, P4C and RRS activities. New Bug Club and Mathletics activities will also be available.
Lots of you have used the class chat pages to keep in contact with your friends and we would encourage you to continue posting on there. Remember all comments have to be approved by your teacher so they will not appear straight away.
Well done to everyone who completed the Easter Holiday Pick and Mix activities. If you can please share any pictures or work through the year group emails which your teacher will check everyday. The new Pick and Mixes for Summer Term will be posted on here soon.
Some of you may have heard that there are now lessons and activities online through the BBC Bitesize Channel. This will be updated every day. There is also the new Oak National Academy which you can access. Your teacher may use some of these resources and post the links directly on your year group blog.
Below are the links for the Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize websites.
If you have any questions or would like to share pictures or work please email your teachers