Our schools are minimising the number of visitors they receive, as well as the amount of time visitors spend on the school premises, during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. This will help to minimise group mixing and make it easier to maintain social distancing in school.
We expect all visitors to: 1. only visit the school premises if absolutely necessary. Please phone instead, request a call or request an online meeting if possible. 2. not enter the premises if you or any members of your household have symptoms of coronavirus. 3. clean your hands with alcohol gel (provided) when you enter and leave the building. 4. follow the same procedures as those in place for staff, ie social distancing (2m), avoid touching surfaces and do not enter areas of the school without the permission of staff.
Thank you for your support in keeping our pupils, staff and families safe.
Update December 2018:
We are very proud to announce that our joint project has received a score of 100% from the panel of judges. Our Italian partners have been invited to the National Erasmus Meeting to present our project as one of the best-practice models.
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Widey Court Primary School are involved in an exciting project which spans all of Europe called Erasmus+. Booktrailers and Videostorytelling: How to teach and learn reading appreciation.
The project is designed to improve standards of reading and computing by creating Book trailers.
As part of this project, children have been working on various aspects to create videos that were presented at a *MEET workshop and film festival in Plymouth in which European countries attended.
This took place in March 2017. Children and teachers from Greece, Spain, Italy, Romania and Latvia were also working towards creating book trailers.
Widey Court Primary School hosted its own festival, inviting schools including our European partner counties to attend our school, showcasing children’s work and providing opportunities for education and development of skills to other colleagues and children.
During the Spring and summer terms, the children were creating book trailers based on titles such as ‘ 'The Twits, Lost and Found’, and many more.
The festival included a procession/parade with the children involved in the project walking from the Plaza to the REEL Cinema to view the finalist booktrailers, followed by the awards ceremony which was attended by the Lady Mayoress of Plymouth.
This was a great opportunity to showcase Plymouth on the international stage as many of the participants and delegates were visiting this part of the UK for the first time.
*MEET = Movie for European Education and Training