Newsletter 14th April 2020
I hope you all had a good bank holiday and hopefully the opportunity to switch off from work and enjoy the weather to some extent. I definitely read somewhere that the Easter bunny has been classified as a key worker so hopefully they were able to visit!
My thanks to the teachers who met with me this morning to agree our plan going forwards a summary of which can be found on page 7. How Seesaw is being used is outlined in more detail in the letter that hopefully every family has received (a copy of it can be found in the Seesaw section of the website). The focus for teachers is on being in touch with families, setting work and checking Seesaw between 1 and 3pm each day alongside some curriculum development work in their own subject areas. They will also be on a rota to supervise the care we are providing for pupils in school. Going forwards, Teaching Assistants are playing a key role in school working with the children coming in and I am very grateful to them for their support with this. The office team are largely working remotely and my thanks to them for getting stuck into all the tasks that need doing as we start a new financial year as well as sorting things out such as the food vouchers going to families in receipt of free school meals.