A message from our Headteacher
I hope you and your families are safe and well.
I thought I would email rather than a newsletter as today would have been the end of term. School has been open for children of key workers and will continue to be open over the Easter break. If your children are eligible for free school meals and you have asked for the weekly food parcels we will continue to deliver these over the school holidays.
It has been great to see some of the fantastic work the children have been completing at home. Staff continue to prepare learning for home as well as learning for when we can fully open again.
Teachers have set Easter challenges if your children need something to keep them busy over the next two weeks. The time capsule is a brilliant idea and it will be great to share these once we are back in school. The next learning packs will be delivered during the week of 20th April and we will include exercise books for the children to use as needed.
I'm sure many of you had plans for Easter; a holiday, spending time with family, days out and in the current situation none of these can happen as the important message we all need to follow is to stay within our own household. It is a difficult time for families and I know how hard this is; I really miss spending time with my children and grandchildren but we have group face time chats and hope to plan a virtual Easter egg hunt over the bank holiday.
You should have received daily emails from your child's class teacher, if you haven't please email me and I will check we have the correct email address; the daily challenges are also shared on the class pages on our website. Easter challenges have been set for the break if your child would like to take part. Daily emails will start again on 20th April, teachers will also ring you during the weeks of 20th April, 27th April, 4th May to see if your child needs any help with their learning.
Please do email or ring me if you need anything.
Please stay safe and well.