Message from Mrs Hodges
Well it has been a very strange 2 weeks so far hasn't it!
I want to commend the teachers for uploading such a great range of work for their classes every day on the webpages - this is no mean feat I can tell you and a lot of work goes into it before the work is uploaded!
I have to mention our amazing children who are sending in some great photos and images of their work. You are brilliant! Keep at it.
I want to also commend the staff who have kept school going for key worker children, ensuring their safety and well being.
I am in regular contact with the Governing Body who continue to support me and our school. I thank them so much for this.
I finally want to commend you, the parents/carers, who have engaged with the webpage learning so brilliantly well. You are doing a great job in challenging circumstances so don't be hard on yourselves - be proud instead!
Over the next 2 weeks, as we come to our arranged Easter holidays, there will be no daily work set on the class webpages but the teachers may well have set a project to be done over the next two weeks so please go on and have a look. The prospect of a project will enable you to implement some structure to your day if that helps.
I will be posting a few things here on the home page over the holidays so do keep checking!
Here is something to watch on Sunday - PALM SUNDAY - it is only 2 minutes long but sets the scene for what then happens during Holy Week. Watch it and talk about it with your child.
Stay safe, keep washing your hands and keep smiling!
- The latest updates and information is on this link.
Important news from Father Michael regarding Masses and sacraments on the church bulletin accessed below.
Any queries? Any questions?
Contact Mrs Naylor or Mrs Thompson our Office Management Team who will be happy to help!
If you would like a paper copy of a document please let us know.
HAVE A LOOK AT OUR VIDEO BELOW FOR A TASTE OF THE THINGS WE GET UP TO ON A DAY TO BASIS IN SCHOOL!
BEFORE PLAYING THE VIDEO CLICK TO GO TO FULL SCREEN
WHOLE SCHOOL WORSHIP FOCUS
Each week we gather together as a whole school and in Key Stages to learn about and reflect on how we can be the very best versions of ourselves that we can be.
By focusing on the Virtues that are so important in our daily lives, using scripture and Bible stories to help us, as well as the messages Pope Francis sends out, we work hard as a school family to be the best people we can be.
We are focusing on the Virtue of FORGIVENESS.
We have listened to scripture readings and reflected on how we can learn from these to help us grow in VIRTUE.
OUR SCHOOL RULES for a HAPPY, SAFE SCHOOL
1. Always do what a member of staff asks you to do
2. Always treat others with respect and courtesy!
3. Always walk quietly around the school!
4. Always tell the truth!
5. Always look after yourself ,our school and the things in it!
6. Always work hard and do your best to be the best version of yourself that you can be!
We operate a cashless system in the office. You can register at www.schoolmoney.co.uk to make payments for trips etc easier for you. If you have any problems please do not hesitate to pop in and see Mrs Naylor!
Times of the School Day
Full Time - 9am - 3pm
Part Time - 9am -12noon or 12noon - 3pm
Please see PARENTS&CARERS - Admissions - Nursery for more information
Children are asked not to arrive before 8.50am (unless they are in Breakfast Club).
At 8.50am the doors will be opened and the children can come straight in to class. The children will take part in some morning exercise to energise them for the day ahead before their lessons begin!
Registration is at 9.05am.
The school day finishes at 3.25pm