Welcome back to all of our families for the summer term, it has been lovely to see all of the children today after their Easter break!
We wish you all an enjoyable Easter break and look forward to seeing you again on Wednesday 14th April. Happy Easter!
Look out for the online safety guidance coming out with the newsletter tomorrow – lots of great information to keep children safe online.
The children have had a wonderful time this week investigating all kinds of science! See our Twitter pages and newsletter for all of the fun.
We are looking forward to seeing our whole school family back together on Monday – have a lovely weekend and we will see you all soon.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming all children back to school on Monday 8th March; a further letter will be sent out this morning to confirm all of the details.
Safer Internet Day is on 9th February 2021. It’s celebrated across the globe in over 170 countries, with thousands of young people joining in across the UK to explore how they can use the internet responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. Click on the links below for more information and guidance for parents.1) What do I need to know about Safer Internet Day 2) Conversation Starters 3) Family Activities 4) Family Online Safety Plan 5) Parents and Carers Resource Sheet 6) Show Your Support 7) What to trust online (A Parents and Carers Guide)
Thank you to our parents and carers for such positive feedback on the live remote learning that is in place across school for children who are at home – we have had so many wonderful comments and these have all been passed on to staff!
From Tuesday 5th January, the only pupils able to attend school are those who have an EHCP, are on our vulnerable list or who have a parent who is a key worker with a school place confirmed by us today. If your child is in Reception or Year 6 and you haven’t told us today that you are a key worker – please fill in the key worker form and we will contact you tomorrow to confirm your child’s place.