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6th – 10th July – Red Groups

13th – 17th July – Blue Groups

 

 

Class

Start Time

Finish Time

Entrance/exit door

 

3D

8:40am

2:45pm

Green gate

 

 

3B

8:45am

2:50pm

 

3H

8:50am

2:55pm

 

3WH

8:55am

3:00pm

 

3J

9:00am

3:05pm

 

4M

9:05am

3:10pm

 

4H

9:15am

3:15pm

 

4FM

8:40am

2:45pm

Door near to the bicycle sheds

 

 

4L

8:45am

2:50pm

 

4Mi

8:50am

2:55pm

 

5S

8:55am

3:00pm

 

5B

9:00am

3:05pm

 

5A

9:05am

3:10pm

 

5C

9:15am

3:15pm

 

5W

9:20am

3:20pm

Keyworker Group

Class Base

Start Time

Finish Time

Entrance/exit door

 Year 6 KW

canteen

8:30am

3:40pm

Green Gate

 

Year 3KW Red

6C

8:35am

3:30pm

Year 3KW Blue

6L

8:35am

3:30pm

Year 4KW Red

6G

8:35am

3:35pm

Year 4KW Blue

Extra classroom in the year 6 block

8:35am

3:35pm

Year 5KW Red

6D

8:30am

3:40pm

Year 5KW Blue

6H

8:30am

3:40pm

 

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Coronavirus (Covid-19)

To help keep you informed regarding the measures we are taking as a school in response to the Coronavirus, we have created this Question and Answer area on the school website. 

 

When will the School Reopen?

The school closed to most children on the 20th March in line with government guidance.  Since then the school has been open for 

vulnerable pupils and the children of key workers.  

The school has also been open to children in year 6 since the 2nd June.  

From the 6th July we will be opening to children in years 3, 4 and 5; children will attend for one of the two weeks to have a chance to say goodbye to their old teacher, meet their new teacher, albeit virtually, and experience some teaching before the summer break.

Children in red groups will be able to attend between the 6th and 10th July.

Children in blue groups will be able to attend between the 13th and 17th July.

Illness

As you know, any child who is now in school, is following a strict regime of handwashing and good hygiene in order to minimise the risk of germs spreading.  To keep our whole community as safe as possible, any child who is unwell should be kept at home and the school informed immediately.

If your child shows symptoms of coronavirus they will need to isolate at home for 7 days.  They should also be tested for the virus.  Evidence of the test result will need to be shared with the school.  In line with government advice, if a child tests  positive the other children and adults in their class group will be asked to self-isolate for 14 days and their classroom deep cleaned. 

Thank you for your understanding and support.

 

Vulnerable Pupils and Children of Key Workers

The government has issued guidance regarding which children may attend school from the 23rd March.

Please click on the link to see which jobs fall within the 'critical sectors' as determined by the government -https://bit.ly/key-worker-govt-guidance

  

What work should my child do whilst the school is shut?

Children have been provided with a pencil and a workbook which they should use to record the work they complete at home.    Work is posted on the school website in the Pupil Zone, Hamstel at Home which the children should complete in their workbooks. 

There is a timetable at the front of the children's workbooks to help them plan their day.  

 

Will the residential trips still take place?

Unfortunately the residential trips for years 5 and 6 will have been cancelled for the summer term.  Parents received a full refund.

Year 6 SATs and the year 4 Multiplication Check (MTC)

The national tests for children in year 6 and year 4 will no longer take place. 

If you have any questions about COVID-19 related to
education, you can contact the government helpline:

Phone:   0800 046 8687

DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

 


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