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Weekly Bulletin for week commencing 9th November

Dear Parents/Carers,
Despite the current lockdown restrictions, we are working hard to keep things at Coleham as normal as possible for the children.  It is so important that our children remain at school, learning and socialising with their friends and classmates.  As you know, safety remains our absolute priority and we have worked hard this week to update our existing risk assessment to ensure that school is as safe as it can be at the current time.
By now, your child's class teacher should have contacted you via telephone for this term's parent consultation.  I hope that you found the phone call useful and informative.  Please remember that teachers are regularly uploading videos and images of work to Seesaw for you to view.  Hopefully, these videos/images will provide you with a flavour of what your child has been learning about.  A number of parents told teachers that they were unaware of this, so please do log onto Seesaw and have a look. Seesaw is the platform that we will use for home learning should any classes need to self-isolate.  It is, therefore, really important that you are able to access this app at home.
My assembly to the children today was all about the dangers of plastic with suggestions about how we can reduce our use of plastic in our homes.  This week, I had a lovely time meeting our new Eco Council, who also feature in my assembly.  They are working hard at the moment to conduct an Eco review around school.  Once they have reviewed how eco-friendly we are, they will be able to produce an action plan with ways that we can be more eco-friendly at Coleham.  I will keep you all updated . . .
This week, a letter has gone out to you all regarding RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) from Mrs Field, our PSHE coordinator.  If you would like to view a copy of our new RSE Policy, please do access the website and if you have any concerns, please do contact your child's class teacher.
I hope that you have a relaxing weekend - perhaps not doing what you had planned - but hopefully you will find time to enjoy the outdoors and the autumn colours.
Kind regards,

Claire Jones