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Newsletter 32 - 22nd May 2020

Planning for School Return

Thank you for your patience as we have worked through many iterations of our School Reopening Plan.  We have closely scrutinised Government guidelines, consulted with the Local Authority, liaised with other local schools and reviewed our plan with every member of staff to get to this point.   Of course we appreciate that the plan won't suit everyone, but our priority is to open safely in a way that is workable for all. 

We have had many requests for pupils to swap the group they are in. Sadly, we are not able to accommodate this. We're sure you can appreciate how challenging this is logistically without the added complication of swapping groups.  We appreciate that children may not be in the same group as some of their friends but we will do our very best to  support their social and emotional needs regardless.

For pupils in Reception Class, Year 1 and Year 6, please let us know today whether you intend to send your child back to school.  Please use the email address to do this.  A copy of the plan is available below.  If your child is not in one of the groups planned for initial return, please do still read the plan so that you are fully up to date with how we will be working in the short term.  Many thanks for all of your support and many kind words which are so appreciated and keep us all going!  Let's hope it's a sunny Bank Holiday weekend for everybody.  

Mrs O'Brien and Mrs Griffith


All documents relating to returning to school including letters for specific year groups can be found here:

Drawing with Rob

Lots of children (and staff!) are still taking part in online sessions with Rob Biddulph on Thursdays.  Please see photos below of some of our children taking part in the world's largest online art lesson by Rob Biddulph. The children loved it and were part of breaking a world record!