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Year 2 Home Learning

Dear Parents/Carers,

I hope you are all well. I am just writing to tell you about the home learning package we have put together for your child during their isolation. On Tuesday, you should have received a home learning pack. Thank you to the parents that showed up to collect it. We still have these available at the main office to collect.

From Monday 21st September, we will be using the Microsoft Teams app to share learning that teachers have prepared. There will be planning, resources and online tutorials each day. There is also a simple timetable for the children to follow whilst working from home.

You should receive the username and password for Teams via text message on Monday 21st September - please let the school know if you have not received this message.

Please go to the Home Learning page for more information.

If you do not have access to Microsoft Teams, we will still be making work packs which you will be able to pick up from school. This will be the first time we have used Microsoft Teams in this way so please let us know if you encounter any problems.

Many thanks for your co-operation

Year 4 and Year 5 Home Learning

Please see the 'Home Learning' tab above to get lesson plans, resources and online lesson tutorials for your child from their teachers.
There is a timetable of lessons to follow.

Thank you for your ongoing support

Reopening in September - information for parents/carers

Dear Parents/Carers

I am sure you will agree that we are living through extra-ordinary times. The year 2020 will be one that I am sure future generations will learn about in school. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support during these difficult times, the many messages my colleagues and I have received have been welcomed.

We are planning, in line with the latest guidance from the government and the Department for Education (DfE) to open each of our schools to all pupils in September. Each school leadership team along with our Central Support Team has carried out extensive and detailed risk assessments to make our schools as safe as possible for the children when they return. Each Head of School will write to you this week with the information you need about your school. From September, things will be a little different for parents/carers and the children due to the safety measures we will have in place.

The children's well-being will be our main priority when they return. We will also of course be making sure that your children catch up with the learning they have missed out on as soon as possible. Some children may be worried or anxious about coming back to school after such a long time, let me assure you that the school staff will be doing everything they can to help.

As always, thank you for your continued support.

Sajid Gulzar