Hello Parents and Carers
We hope everyone is well. This week has been a busy one at school as we have opened to more children. We have welcomed back some children from nursery, reception, Year 1 and Year 6. This has been very carefully risk managed: we have had staggered drop off and collections and the children have remained in their own ‘bubbles’ throughout the day. As well as two classes for each of these year groups, we have also been running three key worker groups as well.
We have to say a huge thank you to all the children and parents and carers for making this run so smoothly. Apart from the occasional ‘blip’ things have been perfect and it has been lovely to see so many children back in school and happy in what they are doing. Remember, if you are a parent of a child in one of these year groups who is now considering sending their child, you must speak to school. Risk assessments will need to be re-written and it is not possible just to ‘turn–up’ and expect to be allowed in to class.
Of course, the majority of our pupils are still at home. Yet again this week, we celebrated our workers of the week for these children. We would like to say a huge well done to: Kyla, Johnson, Lola, Abigail, Mckenzie, Leon, Oreoluwa, Lacey, Alana, Lexi, Daisy, Gabi, Jayden, Keegan and Lewis.
If anyone needs to pick up a home learning pack, they are outside reception in class boxes, ready for collection.
Here in school, the teachers have also been choosing their workers of the week. It’s been really hard because every single children who has returned has shown an exceptional attitude to being back in school. However, we would like to say a huge well done to: Bella, Jenson, Jensen, Mason, Faith, Bartosz and Noah
If any of you are interested in trying out new board games and writing reviews for Imagination Gaming, then please see the email from Nigel Scarfe which can be found on the ‘This week’s Letters’ page of our school website.
We would like to end this letter by wishing you all the best for the weekend. If anyone has any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the school office by email or by telephone.
Mrs Brock and Miss Dransfield