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Weekly Bulletin - Week commencing 19th October 2020

Dear Parents/Carers,
Thank you all so much for your support today with our charity fundraising day in memory of our friend and colleague, Liz Brazier.  It has been lovely to see so many children dressed up as superheroes .  We have been talking about people who are special to us and in assembly this afternoon, we will talk about everyday superheroes - nurses, doctors, cleaners, social workers, firefighters, plumbers, teachers, refuge collectors - to name a few.  The list is endless and many of you fall into this category.  We are so grateful to all our superheroes for their hard work during these difficult times.  We have already raised more than £900 for Macmillan Cancer Support.  Thank you so much to everyone who has donated.
There is so much talk in the news about the rising numbers of people suffering from Coronavirus.  The situation is clearly very worrying for us all.   However, please be reassured that we are keeping school as normal as possible during these unprecedented times and the children are working hard and doing so well.  We will continue to keep you updated and follow the government guidance regarding keeping school as safe as we can at all times.  Thank you for your support and co-operation; it is much appreciated.
Next week, we will begin our Parent Consultations on the telephone.  Your child's class teacher will call you at the time you have chosen and will provide you with an update regarding how your child is doing and what you can do to support your child with their learning.  The phone calls will last for 10 minutes.  We hope that you will find them informative and useful.
The children across school will also be taking part in Multi-cultural Arts week next week.  They will be exploring different religions through art experiences.  Usually, we look forward to setting up an exhibition in the hall after school to show you what the children have created.  As this is not possible this year, we will create a virtual exhibition on Seesaw for you to view.  We hope that you enjoy looking at it and hearing all about what your child has created and learned about.
I hope that you all have a restful weekend.  Please remember that next week is our final week before we break up for half term.  We break up next Friday (23rd October) and return to school on 2nd November.
Kind regards,
Claire Jones