Covid-19

Recent Posts

  • Transition to Secondary School

    If Y6 pupils are feeling anxious about the move to secondary, you might consider guiding them to this short film – Moving Up! The animation is aimed to…

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  • Mental Health Support this Summer

    The NHS Mental Health Support Team will be holding a number of FREE workshops over the summer which will be bookable via Eventbrite. Separation anxiety – a workshop…

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  • Parent esafety Newsletter

    Here is the Spring edition of the  esafety newsletter for parents . With children spending more time online than ever, there has never been a more important time…

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  • New Remote Learning Page

      Check out our new Remote Learning section of the website for quick access to the websites and learning resources most used by the children.      …

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  • Feeling Good Week: Express Yourself

    The last week of this half term is Feeling Good Week (Feb 8-12). This year’s theme is Express Yourself. To give everyone a chance to focus on improving…

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On this page you find the latest information and guidance about the school’s response to managing Covid-19. Please be aware that we will continually review our plans against the most up-to-date information, therefore our plans may be subject to change.  Should there be any changes to the current situation we will inform parents/carers via email, the school App, school website and social media

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Where to get support during school closures (Emergency contacts, Covid, Mental health, Parenting & SEND)

UPDATED Parents FAQs

Remote Learning communication

Covid-19 pupil absence guide – 210920 (1)

23rd September – PHE letter to parents and guardians

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Play Your Part – School entrance poster for parents and carers

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Further information can be found on the links below.

   MonthlyNewsletter
  School News Feed
Remote Learning FAQs