Please see below – letter from Mr Flint with further information about return to school for all children in September.
Please see information regarding plans for reopening school to all children in September.
School will be reopening during week commencing 1st June for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 only. We will be following DfE guidelines and DCC risk assessments to ensure school is as safe as possible for children and staff. Please see separate letter/ information sheet sent 26th May with detailed guidance for parents. Thank you.
Derbyshire Support Services have sent some attachments and websites for parents / carers of children at school to help them through this difficult time. Information is given regarding mental health, explaining Coronavirus to children, tips for parents, etc. We hope it is useful.
- Coronavirus Information for Young Children
- Coronavirus – a Book for Children
- Healthy Minds Beat The Boredom Planner
Director of Public Health letter to parents and carers – 03 April 2020
Dean Wallace, Director of Public Health for Derbyshire has asked schools to forward his letter to parents/carers. Thank you.
Please click here for the April newsletter and up-dates.
Newsletter April 2020.
Here is some information on social distancing (one for upper KS2 and secondary and the other for younger children). This has been created by colleagues at the Derbyshire Educational Psychology Service in conjunction with Public Health, to help children understand what the guidelines are . We have been asked to share these with parents and children via the school’s website or APP. Hope it’s helpful.
Over the last couple of weeks, Kingfishers and Peregrines have been working in groups to design and make their own ‘Food, Glorious Food’ themed board games. Today they have enjoyed testing them out. Can you spot which real- life board games inspired them?
Woodpeckers have been using recycled CDs and the CD labelling machine to produce their own frog and butterfly life-cycles.
The whole school have enjoyed watching the eggs hatch and the chicks emerge and grow.Woodpecker group have had great fun handling and looking after the chicks, including hunting for worms in the school grounds as a tasty treat. We were sad to say goodbye to the chicks but can happily report that the female chicks have been re-homed by Mrs Fox.
Please see attached sheet – information and contact details that may be useful to refer toover the coming weeks.