Dear Year 5,
Although we are only part way through the year, we are so very proud of how far you have come and of all your wonderful learning in Year 5. Thank you for being such a hardworking and fun class-we have very much enjoyed our time so far watching you grow.
We know that this is a very sad and unsettling time for you all. Your resilience and positive attitude has amazed us and we will both miss you all very very much.
Remember what we said…help you parents, be kind to your siblings and enjoy lots of activities that your busy lives don’t normally allow. Have lots of fun and enjoy the time with your family. Keep an eye on the school website and the Twitter feed for updates and more activities.
We are all praying that we will be back together in the not so distant future so that we can continue our journey together.
Thank you parents for all your kind supportive words-we really appreciate them during this difficult time. Keep in touch via email and show us some of the exciting things you have been doing.
Goodbye and God Bless for now…
Mrs Mather and Mrs Vincenti-Morrsion x
This week in Reception has been very different to usual and you, my Reception children, have been outstanding. You have continued to laugh and smile and overwhelm us with your curiosity, questions and love for learning.
Enjoy spending time with your families at home. Remember to be the kind, caring, clever citizens that I know you can be. Remember to send lots of pictures to us here in school, whether by email or post, so that we know what you are busy doing. I can’t wait to find out what you get up to. Look forward to seeing you all soon.
Keep safe and well. God bless, Mrs Cooper x
Dear Year 3,
Thank you for all of your hard work over the past few weeks in a very strange time for all of us.
During our time apart, enjoy your home learning both from activities on the website and learning you can do at home. Try to spend some time outdoors or taking part in learning you don’t usually get the time to do.
Continue to be you, continue to sing your hearts out and continue to make yourself proud everyday and we can celebrate when we reunite!
Myself, Mrs Howard and Mrs Babb have been so proud of your attitude to learning and wish you all the best for this time apart from each other.
A special thank you to the parents for your on going support and kind messages over the past week.
See you soon,
Ms Coleman, Mrs Bartesaghi and Miss Holloway would like to say a huge thank you and well done to Year 1 for being so incredible this past couple of weeks. This has been a really confusing and strange time for us all but despite everything you have been incredibly calm, responsible and patient (despite us asking you to wash your hands at least 250 times a day!). Your smiles and enthusiasm have kept us all going. Please look after yourselves over the coming weeks and have a look at the Year 1 class page on the school website for plenty of things to keep you busy. Thank you to mums and dads for all your support and fingers crossed we will all see each other very soon! God bless x
Year 6 Year 6 – It has been a truly wonderful Spring term and you have all made me feel so very welcome. Thank you. It really saddened me to say goodbye to you all today, but hopefully we’ll be back together soon and can continue with the fun! I have loved every single minute of teaching you and we have made some great memories, especially in recent weeks! I don’t think I have ever laughed so much in my teaching career! We are extremely proud of how hard you have all worked (on some tricky concepts at times!) and you should be too. We will miss you all very much. Be kind to your families and do what you can to help. Keep a look out on the website and Twitter for updates. Thank you parents for your strength and support during these difficult times. We will get through this!
Thank you to you and all of your parents and families for all the kind and supportive messages in the last few days.
What a great year so far Year Four! I love to see your curiosity and enthusiasm for learning and I truly hope that we will all be back together in class (and ringing the bell for all those brilliant contributions) before too long.
Remember the challenge I set you – really get involved in the different opportunities you will have for learning at home and bring back something to share when we are back in school – a new skill, a funny story or a new found hobby. Don’t forget to check back on the website to find out what’s happening and to find something different to do. Keep singing all those brilliant songs too – and maybe you can find out some more to teach us!
A huge thank you for your support both personally and for supporting your wonderful children during these uncertain times. Whilst it was with a heavy heart that goodbyes were shared today, your children have shone with resilience and maturity beyond their years all this week, even checking that I was washing my hands correctly! Thank you also for your fundraising contributions for our sponsored scoot at the start of the week, we had such fun racing around our track and we’re keeping fit too!
Please check the school website for updates and suggested activities for your child during time away from school.
Above all, stay safe and stay well.
A huge thank you to Year Two. You have been really amazing during this tricky time and have made my job so much easier. Your parents should be really proud of you! Mrs Stewart and I are going to miss you over the next few weeks. We really hope it won’t be long before we are all back together again. It was great to be able to end the week with our Lenten fundraiser. Well done to everyone, we completed many laps of the playground it was great fun walking around to the music. Even in these difficult times you were thinking about others. Please stay safe and keep in touch with everything by looking at the website. Have fun and God Bless.
I’ve been sent this from a member of our extended school community and felt impelled to share it!