Further Update on Plan to Re-open in September

Dear Parents & Carers,

I hope you are all well and, despite the unusual circumstances we find ourselves in, have had a pleasant summer. I wanted to write to you today with some key messages for the children’s return to school from Thursday.


– THURSDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER: Year 4 (Mrs Lord’s and Mrs Hughes’ classes) & Year 6 (Mr McCarthy’s and Miss Welch’s classes) will return. We will also be welcoming Reception children (Group A only)

– FRIDAY 4th SEPTEMBER: Year 3 (Mr Silver’s and Miss Carroll’s classes) & Year 5 (Mr O’Hara’s and Mr Lyness’ classes). We will also be welcoming Reception children (Group B only)

– MONDAY 7th SEPTEMBER: Year 1 (Miss Evans’ and Mrs Horley / Logan-Price’s classes) & Year 2 (Miss Jarvis’ &a Miss Paris’ classes)

– Nursery children have been informed through a letter about their starting arrangements.


Attendance at school is now mandatory. All children are expected to come to school.

An adult must accompany each child to and from school. Therefore no children need to bring a mobile phone to school.

Please arrive promptly at your gate. All parents have already been informed of this information. A reminder will be sent via Class Dojo the day before your start date.

Parents must not enter the school site without an appointment. Children must wear school uniform.

Children will be asked to wash their hands before and after each session using the outdoor sinks provided. Hand sanitising stations are also available at the entrance to each classroom.

Children are NOT required to wear a face covering in school. Parents/carers will be asked to take them home on arrival.

Children will be asked to come to school in their PE kit on the day of their PE lesson (White T shirt and school jumper; plain blue or black shorts; plain blue or black tracksuit bottoms; trainers)

Children should not attend school if they have COVID-19 symptoms.

Parents/carers are expected to inform school of their absence and to arrange to get a test.

If a child is unwell in school and showing COVID-19 symptoms, they will be taken to the ‘sick bay’ and parents will be contacted immediately. Please make sure we have up to date phone numbers.


All children will have a packed lunch. Reception & KS1 pupils will be provided with a packed lunch by school. Those KS2 pupils eligible for Free School Meals will also receive a school packed lunch. All other pupils should bring a packed lunch from home.  They may use a packed lunch box.

There will be no breakfast or after school clubs. An adult is expected to pick up their child at the appropriate time.

Please keep a look out for further updates this week.

Thank you for your continued support,

Mr Hemington

Plan for Full Opening – September 2020

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

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