Collective Worship 08-07-2020

Mrs Hughes-Harvey has recorded the next Collective Worship session looking at what God created on Day 5.

We hope that you can find some quiet time in your week to pause for prayer and reflection, you can listen to Mrs Hughes-Harvey and complete the associated activity.  Here is the fifth one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E68198X4GWs&feature=youtu.be

Weekly Reflection

Owning up to what we have done wrong can wash all our worries away.  Make a sorry card for someone you may have upset or offended in the recently.  If you haven’t upset anyone you can still make a sorry card and keep it for when you need it.

Photograph and email to Mrs Hughes-Harvey (address below).

If you would like to request a song or hymn to be used in Collective Worship sessions please email: sspp.year6@taw.org.uk

Thank you we hope you enjoy sharing these sessions.

Miss Staniforth

Message for Year 6 Pupils Attending Burton Borough School

Hello all,

Hope everyone and their families is well.

Please see out latest tour video of BBS for year  6. It was completed by our year 7 key worker children.

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CCHKSDwpZUS/

Please feel free to share the link with your year 6 and parents.

Many thanks

Stay Safe     

Philippa Pickering

Head of Student Services and Transition Coordinator

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Activ8 Holiday Club Information

Although we as a school are not running a holiday club here is information about the Activ8 Summer Holiday Club which is running at a number of locations across Telford.  Newport Infant school, TF10 7DX

St Andrews primary school, TF11 9HD

Priorslee primary academy school, TF2 9RS

Please visit their website for more details and to book:

http://www.activ8education.co.uk/holiday-times/

Hope that you find this information useful.

Below is the link to the government guidance for parents and carers which has been released today:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-for-parents-and-carers-of-children-attending-out-of-school-settings-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/guidance-for-parents-and-carers-of-children-attending-out-of-school-settings-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak

Miss Staniforth

Head of School

Collective Worship 01-07-2020

Mrs Hughes-Harvey has recorded the next Collective Worship session looking at what God created on Day 4.

We hope that you can find some quiet time in your week to pause for prayer and reflection, you can listen to Mrs Hughes-Harvey and complete the associated activity.  Here is the fourth one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITTtKpVU7NI&feature=youtu.be

Weekly Reflection

What makes you shine like a star?  What makes you stand out?  What makes you, really you?  What gift have you been given by God to make you a special star in someones life?

In the shape of a present or gift by draw yourself and what gift or gifts you have been given.

Photograph and email to Mrs Hughes-Harvey (address below).

If you would like to request a song or hymn to be used in Collective Worship sessions please email: sspp.year6@taw.org.uk

Thank you we hope you enjoy sharing these sessions.

Miss Staniforth

***Important End of Term Arrangements***

Dear Parents

As we near the end of this school year, I am writing to you to inform you of the arrangements for the final week in school.  We are due to have guidance from the government in the coming weeks with regards to procedures which we need to implement in school in order for us to open safely for all children again in September.  I hope it comes quickly for us!

We anticipate (although we have yet to have confirmation) that all children will be required back in September.  There will still be strict rules around health and safety, and we are looking at continuing our staggered start/finish times to cater for this safely.  We will let you know our final arrangements in detail as soon as we can.

Of course, this will be a big undertaking and for us as a school this means that we will need to risk assess and physically rearrange furniture in the classrooms, to cater safely for ‘bubbles’ of 30 children. Therefore, we are intending to close school to pupils Friday 17th July, so the final day for the children will be Thursday 16th July.  This will allow the caretaker and school staff to make the necessary changes to the classrooms, before the school is deep cleaned during the Summer Holidays, so that we are ready to welcome the children in September.  During this time, we will brief staff on the new procedures and health and safety protocols as well as ensure that staff have the curriculum ready for September.

For our most critical key worker families, we will offer a limited opt-in outdoor provision for Friday 17th.  We will contact you shortly with further details so you can advise us on absolute need for that day only, and we can make plans.  There are many health and safety implications we will need to factor in, which is why places will have to be limited.

Once again can we thank you for your support and cooperation at this time, it really has shown us how wonderful our school community is.  I am looking forward to welcoming children and families back in September.

Yours sincerely

Mrs S Beale

Executive Head Teacher