COVID-19 School Update

Friday 22nd May

Firstly, our heartfelt thanks to all parents who contributed towards the wonderful message you created for ‘National Thank a Teacher Day’.  This has given us all a boost and it was an absolute delight to see all your photos.

As we approach the end of this week, we are able to provide you with a little more detail of what remote learning and our phased reopening will be like from 1st June onwards.

Below is the Part 2 of our Phased School Re-opening Parent Information Guide.

Last week we asked for your initial indication if you will be sending your child back to school in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6.  Thank you so much for your replies.  This information has been instrumental in helping us put together our plans.

Since we asked for your initial response, we have been able to provide you with an honest and transparent view of what our school provision will look like.  Taking this into account you are now in a much better position to make a final decision.

I must reiterate that whatever you decide to do, you have our full support.  Should I send my child back to school in June?  There is not one simple answer to this question.  It is parental choice.  We have 35 days left of this term.  35 days is not a lot compared to the years of education that lies ahead for our children.   Do what you feel is right at this moment in time.  Some of you will embrace the opportunity for your child to return and some of you will feel it is just not the right time.

Although we have your initial response we are asking parents in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 to make a final decision so we can then organise our groups.  A further survey will be sent out today.

Through your children’s’ emails or via Tapestry we are sending out an optional half term activity.  Remote learning will resume from 1st June.

Next week we will update you with any further news but in the meantime, we wish you all a happy and enjoyable half term.

Best wishes
James Bloomfield


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