School's out - but pupils are keeping busy at home

Schools in the Skegness area may be closed except for children of key workers - but that hasn't meant its playtime for pupils.

Pupils at the Richmond School have been giving home schooling the thumbs up.
Pupils at the Richmond School have been giving home schooling the thumbs up.

Teaching staff at the Richmond School in Skegness prepared work packs for all pupils to complete at home and they also have a system of updating contact daily between parents using Class Dojo..

Joanne Hazard, of the Richmond School, said: "We would like to say thank you to all our wonderful staff teams who have been looking after the key worker children from our school.

"They have been creating a large rainbow for the outside of the school.

Staff teams looking after the key worker children f have been creating a large rainbow for the outside of the school.

"We would like to tell our local community that we are thinking about everyone.

"The children wanted to make the rainbow to brighten up people’s day."

Mrs Marie Lake, Year 5 teacher and assistant head, is in daily contact with her pupils.

Some pupils have been making the most of the sunny weather by completing their schoolwork outdoors, including planting seeds to see how they grow.

Children of key workers who attend the Richmond School have created a large rainbow to cheer everyone up.
Isla Pravin completing her schoolwork in her treehouse..
Richmond School pupils are setting down to home schooling.
Days are very different for Richmond School pupils.
Ava Pravin completing her schoolwork sat on her garden swing.
Emily and William Worthington cooking.
Broghan Steadman Year 3 completing her maths work!