A round-up of the latest school news for week ending 16.07.2020
Return to school in September
You will have received detailed information and a risk assessment earlier today. Please ensure you read this carefully and discuss with your child in preparation for their return in September.
Every family’s circumstances will have been different during the course of the pandemic and we realise that some may have been affected more than others during this very difficult time. If your child has been affected in any way please contact either Mrs Dean on the admin email or your child’s class teacher via Classdojo so we are aware of their circumstances and can respond to their needs and offer support accordingly in September.
Out of hours playground use
It has been brought to our attention that some older children have been seen playing on the school premises out of school hours. Please can we ask you to remind any older children, either siblings or friends that the school is out of bounds once it has been locked up for the day and should not be accessed at any time outside of the normal school day. Thank you.
Governor parental surveys
Please take some time to complete our two surveys, home learning – https://www.wolvertonprimary.org.uk/questionnaire/
and school life before shut down – https://www.wolvertonprimary.org.uk/survey/
The PTA hope that everyone is well and have navigated this extremely challenging part of the school year. 2020 has certainly proved a juggle and we are looking forward to having all of the children safely back in school. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Staff and Governors for all of their hard work in reinventing the school system for our children overnight, your dedication to our children’s safety and education is greatly appreciated.
We hope that you have found the weekly resources that we have shared useful in keeping the children entertained.
We are looking forward to getting the children back to school in September and whilst we will have to think differently about the PTA activities we can host, as safety is our paramount concern, we are looking forward to some new and exciting events.
If your child has been unable to paint his/her Lockdown Positive Memory Stone in time for the end of term, the collection box will remain outside of the school office over the summer holidays and so please drop off your child’s painted stone before the 8th August if you have not done so already.
As always, the repairs required to the school building continue and so we have planned a socially distanced DIY Day on Saturday 8th August, with a 9.30am start. If you can assist please let your class rep know or just turn up on the day!
If you have your child’s smarties tube filled with coins or credits, then we are reviewing a way in which we can safely count these credits whilst keeping the PTA team safe and will have a plan ready for September.
Moving forward, we are delighted to welcome Jenny Caulfield as the 2020 PTA Reception Class Rep and we are looking forward to welcoming the new Reception Year in September.
We are very sad to loose Natasha Griffiths as co-Chair of the PTA, she has been an invaluable asset to the PTA over the last 2 years. We wish Natasha the best of luck in her new job, we know she will be back to help the PTA as and when she can. We are therefore looking for a new co-Chair/Secretary for the PTA, if you are interested in this role, then please speak with your class rep, contact me directly or email email@example.com with your contact details and I will contact you to discuss the role.
If you have any ideas for virtual or socially distanced fund raising then please do not hesitate to contact the PTA Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that you are able to enjoy the summer holidays and we look forward to reconnecting in September.
Please see attached flyer from Change Matters, a healthy lifestyle programme.
COMPASS School Health newsletter
Please see attached newsletter from COMPASS School Health Team.
Celebration of learning at home and in school
Take a look at our website to see pictures from this week’s learning at home and in school https://www.wolvertonprimary.org.uk/news/2020/06/celebration-of-home-learning
End of term
Finally may we thank everyone for their kind words, wishes and gifts we have received, we hope you all have a happy, restful and safe summer break and we look forward to seeing you all back in school on September 2nd.
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