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Remember, remember…

Last week in school we remembered the fallen. The children took part in activities to commemorate Armistice Day, also known as Remembrance Day.

On Friday Rev Graeme Dixon  joined us in a special online collective worship to remember those that have given their lives in the service of others.  Children in Year R wrote to Captain Tom Moore and decorated their own poppies, whilst in other year groups children have heard and read The Last Post  in their own class worship time.

You can read more of our latest blogs from our different phases by following the links below:

A Prehistoric Adventure

Black History Month

A Great Start to School (Year R)

Other news...

Bubble closure

Unfortunately, we had to close Mr Warner’s bubble this week and they have moved to remote learning. Thank you to all of the children and families who have supported the plan and kept to the rules. I know this will have caused numerous challenges for the whole family but hopefully we can contain the outbreak and invite everyone back as planned on 30th November.

Virtual Learning Reviews

Our first virtual Parents’ Evenings – now called Learning Reviews – are almost upon us. Hopefully, you have seen the information, which we sent out in our newsletter yesterday. They will take place on 1st and 3rd December. If you have any questions about how this will work then please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher or the school office.

COVID-19 Response Webpage

We have also set up a COVID-19 response webpage, so that parents, carers and visitors can keep up-to-date with our latest plans as they unfold. On this page you will find a frequently asked questions section and some useful links to helpful websites on the coronavirus pandemic.

We will continue to update this page and welcome feedback. You can find the page by following the link below or from a link directly on our website home page.

COVID-19 Response

Harvest

We have also celebrated harvest and would like to thank everyone for their donations.

1 John 3:16

This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ

laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.

 

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