Posted: Fri 26th Mar 2021
Dear Parents and Carers,
We have had such a fabulous week in school and it has been lovely to see the children enjoying the slightly warmer weather.
I am very proud to announce that our school raised £155.50 last Friday for Comic Relief. This is such an important cause and your donations will have an impact on the lives of people in the UK and worldwide. Once again, thank you for your generosity.
On Tuesday, along with many other educational settings, we marked National Reflection Day with a one minute silence to take a moment to reflect on the way this pandemic has changed our lives. This was an important moment of reflection for the entire country and we couldn’t be more proud of how much maturity and respect the children displayed whilst observing the silence.
Next week is Science Week and the children have a range of engaging science activities to look forward to. All children from across the school will be participating in an enrichment activity from Primary Nature Live.
Now that children have been in school for a few weeks and have settled in, Mrs Lawrence and I have been holding COVID Recovery Meetings with teaching staff to ensure that we are meeting the needs of every learner in the school. We have been planning interventions for the summer term to close any gaps that may have arisen as a result of school closure.
Finally, I wanted to inform you that from after Easter Mrs Sanford will be working from home as she will have reached the 28th week in her pregnancy. Mrs Windover will take over the teaching of Jeremy Strong class. Mrs Sandford’s maternity leave will begin at the end of May. Next week we will see the end of this term - please note our last day at school is Wednesday 31st March.
I do hope the milder weather will be with us for the weekend - see you all on Monday.
My very best wishes,
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