Reminder for those who are in school

Dear All

As we welcome more children into school this week and the procedures for lunch are very different from before with no hot meals and eating packed lunch in the classroom. I thought that it would be an opportune time for me to remind everyone about us being a nut free school, we do have children in school with a nut allergy and respectfully request that you be careful about what you send in for packed lunches.

Kind regards

Miss Staniforth

Head of School

IMPORTANT REMINDER

Dear Parents

We have received confirmation from the LA that we are able to open on Monday 1st June 2020 for our pre-booked Key Worker children and Tuesday 2nd June for our Reception and Year 1 pupils.

Please note that school is open to those pupils in Reception and Year 1 (not Year 6 unfortunately), who responded with an interest in a place from tomorrow.

If you responded, you will have received a pack of information via email detailing which ‘bubble’ or group your child will be in, and specific drop off/collection points and times, which do not necessarily correspond with the normal school day.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A PLACE FOR YOUR CHILD (IF THEY ARE IN RECEPTION OR YEAR 1) OR WOULD LIKE A PLACE AS YOU ARE A CRITICAL WORKER, PLEASE BOOK IN ADVANCE, DO NOT TURN UP ON THE DAY.

This is because everything is tightly worked out regarding numbers, adult ratios, space.  We cannot go above 15 in a group and cannot mix/combine/swap groups.

We have published our risk assessment under ‘Policies’ for further details.

If you are eligible and book in advance, we will make a plan for your child.

Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.  It is for everyone’s safety that we have to be very strict with our procedures.

Kindest regards

Mrs Beale

 

Kindness Week!

The focus for Mental Health Week is Kindness, Miss Russell has found the following Kindness Challenge.  We would love to hear how the children have been kind to others this week, please email to let us know what your child/ren has been doing to be kind – we would love photos too.

Here is additional information from Kooth for Year 6 children:

Week 1- Routine (1)

Week 1- Work taking it_s toll (2)

Week 2- Isolation_Covid19 (V2)

Week 2_Isolation_Covid19 (V1)

Mental health awareness week_E poster (1) (1)

Week 3- Discover Kooth (V1)

Week 3- Discover Kooth (V2)

Week 4- Need to talk (V2) (1)

Week 4- Need to talk (V2)

Week 4- Need to talk (V3)

Hope you are all well and staying safe.

SSPP Staff Team

SSPP Babies

Today the staff present for you the SSPP Babies which is a challenge for you all.  Pens and paper at the ready, each staff member listed at the start of the presentation has a baby photo with a letter next to it.  You need to guess which baby is which staff member!  We hope you all enjoy guessing – Good Luck!

Send your answers in to julie.mcloughlin1@taw.org.uk

SSPP portrait video

Good morning, on what would be the start of the SATs week, instead we look to a very different looking week. So, let’s brighten the smiles and looking to the future (whenever that may be) to when we are together again! Sit back and enjoy a virtual walk through some of our art skills down at SSPP. You may recognise the music at the beginning too which was lovingly played by our own Mrs Beale 🥰. We miss you, we are proud of you and we stand together, apart 💙

SSPP Staff Team

 

Prime Minister’s Speech Sunday 10th May

Dear Parents

As I am sure most of you have, we have just watched the Prime Minister’s speech regarding the road map towards relaxing the social distancing measures.  We have had no prior notice about what it would contain.

We are waiting to receive more information from the government and local authority about what this means for schools and how it should work out.

Please may we remind you that for the time being, nothing has changed, and we will run school as we have done for the last 7 weeks, just for our key workers and specific vulnerable children.

We will provide further information in the coming days and weeks once we are able to do so.

As I’m sure you can imagine, we have an awful lot to think about……..

Thank you once again for all of your wonderful support and sacrifice.  It just shows what a fantastic school community we have.

Keep safe and kindest regards

Mrs Beale