Welcome Back!

REMEMBER – school starts on TUESDAY 3rd November for students, Monday is an INSET for staff

We welcome back students inY4/5 after their self-isolating period, our thanks go to the staff for supporting so well with the online learning, the carers/parents who helped out at home, and to the students who engaged so well.

Unfortunately, we have another class now self-isolating, 3A, online learning begins on Tuesday for them. Our best wishes go to the staff, children, carers/ parents now having to adapt to accommodate the self-isolating rules, we fully understand the impact this will now have.

If you, your child, or someone in close contact with your family is experiencing symptoms-

  • Self-isolate and keep your child off school.
  • Get a test and wait for the results.
  • Do not let your child return to school if they have been in close contact with anyone displaying the symptoms.
  • Keep the school office updated at every stage.


Traveled Abroad during the Half Term?

If you traveled abroad during the half-term break and are required to quarantine on your return, you and your child must not attend school until the 14 day isolation period has finished. Home learning will be provided. The UK travel corridors, where isolation is not required, can be found here. Please inform the school so our attendance records are kept up to date, and so that work can be sent out. 

Poppy Appeal

As usual, we are taking part in the Poppy Appeal. Students will be able to buy poppies in their classrooms for a suggested minimum donation of 20p, other amounts are of course welcome. Charities are being particularly impacted upon at the moment, so your generosity would be most welcome to support one that is so valued in the local area.   

PE/ Forest Lessons

If your child is doing Forest School, please make sure they have suitable outdoor clothing and shoes. Miss Smith has yet to cancel a Forest School session, they go out in all weathers so being prepared helps for a successful lesson – which normally ends up with lots of mud! Charity shops have a range of good quality clothing that can be bought cheaply, used, and then given back. 

3B Wednesday and Thursday

4/5C Tuesday and Thursday

4/5D Wednesday and Thursday

4/5E Monday and Thursday is Forest school

Year 6 Tuesday and Friday

Take extra special care, everyone!