We are really looking forward to welcoming all the children back on Monday 8 March. It will look and feel similar to before Christmas to begin with. I will send the updated Risk Assessment out again next week and upload it to the website where you will be able to check what measures are in place for everyone’s safety.
We are delighted that our Out of School Club will reopen alongside Pacesetters which will give families more flexibility with work. NMPAT, the music school, will also be in school to provide peripatetic music lessons. All external providers have separate Risk Assessments, as well as working within the schools RA.
Virtual Science Club
Last term, several Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in our virtual science club. A huge well done to Marley, Evie, Emilie, Harry, Riley, Zara (Year 5) and Daisy, Erin, Anthony, Freya, Josie (Year 6) who completed all 8 challenges and have earned their Crest Science award. Mrs Hallett was so impressed with the quality of work and time the participants put into these challenges so well done. The certificates and badges will be distributed to these children when we return to school.
We will be offering this virtual science club to more children in the summer term, so please look out for further information in the coming weeks.
Linked to science the new STEM room is finished and looks amazing, Premibuild have done a great job and it will soon be ready for our keen children. Pictures are on Twitter and the website.
Virtual TLCs will take place in March, after the children have returned. Mrs White will send out a link shortly to register for a video meeting.
Please could you return all loaned devices to the school office on Monday 8 March along with the charger, case and original pass code.
We still need to be vigilant, follow the rules and not become complacent but everything is starting to feel a bit more normal and I can’t wait to see you all coming through the school gate.