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20th April - 26th April

This pages contains the wider curriculum information, weekly update and weekly photograph gallery smiley

Key stage 1 wider curriculum - week beginning 20th April 2020



Charlie L - WOW!  You have really persevered with your work this week!!


Rosie M - WOW!  For persevering on your writing this week and getting back into routine!


Fleur - WOW!  You have impressed us all with your perseverance in learning timetables!

Week beginning 20th April 2020


Whilst your plans may have had to change we hope you managed to have a lovely Easter, we have heard stories of lovely walks, tree climbing, garden camping, Easter crafts, baking, gardening and so much more!


Welcome back to this very unusual Summer term and as we come to end of the first week of this summer term we would like to take this opportunity to say how much we are missing your wonderful children; the photographs and comments that you are sending us truly make a difference to us and help us persevere in these strange times.


Hopefully you won’t be too overwhelmed by all the information we are giving you on our webpages and social media accounts and that this weeks MUST, SHOULD and COULD have helped you all, feedback is always useful to us so please do email us your experiences. It was a lovely start to the week to share Mrs P's Worship so we hope you took time to look at it.  

Please remember to keep in touch with us as much as you can and drop us an email once a week just to let us know how you are all doing.  Thank you to those that have already responded to our emails!



Parents and carers

This image was shared with us as a staff and makes a valuable point.

We need to make sure we are looking after ourselves to the best of our ability, so that we can care for our families and fulfil our jobs. Our school website has links and information on our well-being/positivity pages under the parent tab. We are happy to signpost you as well, just email us.


Our children need to see us looking after ourselves so that they understand the importance of self-care as they grow and mature. Telling your child that you need 20 minutes to 'read/mediate/dance/do yoga/sit with a cup of tea', so that you can recharge your emotions and battery, will teach them a valuable life skill.