Posted: Fri 5th Mar 2021
Dear Parents and Carers,
We have had a busy week in school ensuring everything is ready for Monday. As set out in my previous letters, our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of all our children, families and staff and the focus for the early part of next week will be ensuring the children are settled and happy. If there are any families that still have any concerns around their children returning to school, please do contact either Mrs Sargeant, Mrs Lawrence or myself.
On Thursday we celebrated World Book Day virtually and children learning in school and at home enjoyed some lovely literacy activities, stories and a masked reader challenge. My thanks must go to Mr Devlin, Literacy Lead, for coordinating the children's learning activities across both key stage 1 and 2. Please also remember that our World Book ‘Dress Up’ Day will take place on Friday, 12th March. We are looking forward to seeing the children dressed up as their favourite book characters!
As today marks the end of our key worker and home learning provision, I would like to express my thanks to the exceptional staff team here at BHPS for being so adaptable and rising to the many challenges that have presented themselves over the last few months. We have been so impressed with the engagement of the children and hope that this will make their transition next week much smoother. Most importantly, I must pass on our enormous thanks to you all - we would not have been able to deliver our learning provision without your support, commitment and sheer hard work. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all that you have done!
We are all feeling very positive at school; I think the roadmap has given many of us the hope we all needed and the opportunity to get back to what we do best - teaching and supporting ALL our young people.
I will see you all Monday!
Have a fabulous weekend.
My very best wishes,
(A very happy and excited) Mrs FreemanReturn to News listing page