Teachers read bedtime stories to pupilsPosted: 27th April 2020
Children are being read bedtime stories by their very own class teachers.
During the school shutdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic, teachers are finding new ways to communicate with and inspire their pupils.
Teachers at Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, have filmed themselves reading children’s favourite books as bedtime stories.
Headteacher Mark Evans said: “Little Parndon teachers have been really creative in the work and contact they have had with their pupils. I have been so impressed with how much effort our teachers are making to update our online system with original and creative input.”
Videos have also been created teaching maths calculations, art, PE and meditation. Watch the videos in the video gallery.