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Reopening of School 1st June 2020 to EYFS, Year 1, Year 6 and continued support to Key worker and vulnerable children.

As part of the Goverments phased reopening of schools, from the 1st June 2020, EYFS, Year 1 and Year 6 children are able to return to school.

Key worker and vulnerable children, regardless of year group can continue to attend.

Please see attached important informatIon regarding the phased return.

Head Teacher's Letter

Home School Agreement


If you are planning to send your children to school on Monday 1st June, could you please avoid using the school car park.

People will be leaving (on foot) via the car park and whilst It’s not the best situation and we will have someone patrolling the area, I really do want to minimise the potential risk.


Thanking you in advance.


Children's guide to Coronavirus

Guide to help parents explain the virus to children (KS2)

CCO children's guide to Coronavirus

How to help slow the Slow the Spread (BBC)




UPDATE 17.3.2020

Dear Parents/Carers
Last night the school’s senior leaders and governors had an extensive meeting to discuss and plan the way forward in relation to the current corona challenge.
The actions agreed last night are to try and maximise the safety and well-being of all our children and adults.
Alongside handwashing and sanitising, the following changes to our day will apply:
• Whole school assemblies are cancelled.
• Any school performances or discos will be postponed.
• Lunchtimes staggered/reorganised, to avoid high numbers of children in any one place.
• Additional disinfecting will be carried out over lunchtime.
• School trips and sports tournaments will be cancelled.
• Only essential professional services are to visit i.e. speech & language specialists
• All external meetings are to be cancelled (that is staff attending training courses etc.)
• We have considered any children and staff with underlying health issues – and will act accordingly.
• Children and staff who live with adults in vulnerable groups have also been considered. We have no fixed guidance from government, but will listen sympathetically to any of these groups, take advice from them and act accordingly.
• We will ensure children have an ‘age appropriate’ understanding of the virus.
No doubt you would have seen the latest briefing from central government, but in case you need any additional advice:
We will keep you updated, so please check regularly for information.
Yours faithfully.

How to Isolate your Household


School Closure

As per the Prime Minister'a announcement on Wednesday 18th March our school will be on Friday 20th March except for children of key workers.

As instructed, a pack of school work has been produced for each child to complete during the school closure. These can be collected from the school office.


New Breakfast Club and After School Club starting in September 2019!

Breakfast club is available from 8.00am Monday to Friday, term time only. Breakfast is served between 8.00 and 8.20am. Cost £1.00 per child just turn up no need to book!

We are introducing a new after school club from Monday 9th September 2019 from 3.15 to 5.30 Monday to Friday. £3.00 per session per child. Need to be registered to attend.

Registration forms will be available from school office.

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