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Below you’ll find the news items that featured in last week’s email newsletter.
Newsletter sent Monday 13th of July 2020
With the exception of Room 4 (which were distributed last week) all children’s reports will arrive in your inboxes next week, once the final checks have been made.
Thank you for your patience.
As I detailed in my post of Monday 6th, when we return after the summer holiday, we will be fully open for all children, with the exception of our new reception intake who will be starting with a phased entry from the 7th of September.
I am posting today to explain the procedures we will be asking parents to follow at the beginning and end of every day and information about how school will operate after the holiday.
Beginning and end of the day
I am sure that there are still many questions you still have about our return after the holiday, such as what are plans to deal with a confirmed case of Covid-19 within school. If you have a question or concern about September, please do email me directly; I will answer all queries in a website / email post next week.
I will be contacting current year 5 parents next week to discuss plans for our residential trip to Arthog in November.
Last Week of Term
As it’s the last week of term, home school learning work, with suggestions and signposts for activities, will be posted on Monday for the whole week. There will not be a daily post on the class page. Children in school will also not be being set Maths and English tasks each day but rather spending time outside undertaking more team oriented and creative activities.
I look forward to seeing as many of you that can make it to our picnics next week as possible.
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