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Newsletter 33 - 5th June 2020

Dear Parents and Carers
We hope you’re all well and managing to remain positive.
We have had a very calm and successful week here as we slowly re-open to more pupils. Both ‘Bubbles’ in Reception and Year 6 have been in for their two morning sessions. It was lovely to see them all! Things are slightly different in classrooms but both Mrs Neale and Mrs Tomes have enjoyed having the children back in school. 
Thank you for observing the 2m queuing when dropping off and picking up – this has really helped staff to reinforce that message with the children.
We will be welcoming Year 1 back for their two morning sessions from Monday and we look forward to seeing you too.
Teachers in the other year groups have been contacting their children this week and have also enjoyed chatting with them. We very much appreciate your comments of support and thanks as we continue to navigate through this strange time.
Obviously, many of you would  like to know if and when other year groups may be invited back in.  At the moment we are following government guidance and taking it slowly so that we can make sure it’s safe for all. We will let you know our Phase 2 plans in a timely manner when we know it’s safe for more children to return. What we do know is that we will not be able to invite all years groups back before the end of the summer term as we are unable to staff that many 'Bubbles'. 


Stay safe,


Mrs O'Brien and Mrs Griffith

Free School Meals

Please click here for a website which is used to check eligibility and to apply for free school meals.  If your circumstances have changed over the last couple of months please feel free to use the link to check whether free school meals might now be available to your children.  You may need to copy and paste the link. 

Consultation on New Provision for Children with Special Educational Needs
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is proposing to open new facilities for children with special educational needs.  The borough is proposing to open new Resource Bases, attached to schools, for children with social communication difficulties and related behaviours.
The Royal Borough has five options for the new provision, and now wants your views on these proposals.  You can find the consultation document and response form online here.
Responses must be received by Friday 17th July 2020.

Reception Class

Reception Class had a great start back this week in Forest School.  

4H Still Busy...

Here are a few photos of members of 4H.  Abigail and Ali are doing the 'Joy of Movement' Challenge.  Mathilde is making 'sables', Eloise is flying a kite, Amber took part in Rob Biddulph's World Record Attempt and Woody is making himself very useful painting the fence!

In 4W...

4W have been learning about the Greeks and here Alessia, Ava and Rhys show you their artwork.  Genevieve also took part in Rob Biddulph's World Record breaking Art Lesson and Thomas is hoping to receive his Blue Peter Sport's Badge soon!


In Year 5

Nataniel has been making crystals at home and Eleanor did a science lesson on Isambard Kingdom Brunel and then went into Windsor to look at a fine example of one of his bridges.  Freddie F also did the lesson on Brunel and attempted to make his own version of Brunel's diving bell!


Year 6 received their much coveted Year 6 Leavers' Hoodies this week!

Cleaning Agents Ltd

Cleaning Agents Ltd based in Silwood Road, Sunningdale cleaned all of our classroom rugs last week for free!  They've come up beautifully - the colours are very bright again.  Please see details below: