I don't think any of us expected to be entering the Easter Holidays in such uncertain and frightening times. As a school we are here to support you in any way that we can, ensuring that there are many lines of communication open to you.
Your child's class teacher has Seesaw where you can keep updated and informed. The school email address is also checked daily should you require anything
My head's email
is also up and running and providing the connection is ok, I am able to access this, therefore if you need anything please do not hesitate to contact any of the above. Should you feel your child is struggling for whatever reason, please get in touch so we can help.
I am sure that the children have plenty of things to occupy their time, however, as times goes on, this may become more difficult. It is therefore important to try to find positive activities and keep the mood as light as possible. I know some of you have been sending pictures of what you have been doing and messages to your child's class teacher which is great.
If you would like to email me your pictures with information (that you don't mind sharing), I could set a page up on this site for all to get ideas from. It would be lovely to have photos of different activities such as baking and craftwork, keep fit challenges and the like.
To conclude, whilst the main message we are adhering to is 'stay at home, stay safe'. I do need to reiterate that the school will provide care for the children of critical workers who have no one else to look after them, children with EHCPs and vulnerable children should this be required. Please contact school (via the schools email) should you need to discuss this.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.