This is probably our last newsletter for a while, but we will continue to send any updates as & when we receive them. It has most definitely been an interesting week! I cannot thank you enough for your patience this week as plans have evolved for what we need to do next. I really hope that school can open before the end of Term 6 and that we will be able to say goodbye to our Year 6 children properly, and that the other children have the opportunity to be with their current teachers. In the meantime, please take care, and stay safe.
Well what a week. We have eventually been able to have a normal week outside in such an otherwise abnormal time. The mud kitchen has been extremely well used with some of the year 4 opening a restaurant under the shrubs. Their success in business was such that they even expanded into a deliveroo service on the field. With the children so engaged in their own creativity we were able to put together an art table area from pallets, something which had been suggested by several children across years when we have asked for their suggestions on how to improve the area.
For other children having a moment to chill on the tyre swings was just what they needed.
We wish you and your families all the best at this moment in time and hope you will have the opportunity to get outside safely to enjoy some magic moments.
Thank you to everyone who donated money towards Sport Relief last Friday. It was a great day and all the children really enjoyed trying out new sporting activities. The final sum raised was a wonderful £245.
The music hub are currently developing a suite of materials, resources, guidance and on line learning tools for instrumental and vocal pupils to use during the period of school closures.
If your child has music lessons with one of the hub's teachers, please regularly check the website below for more information: