Badger class updates are now on twitter!
We have put together some extra details about how we as a school will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday the 4th of March, both for those of you learning from home, and those who will be in school. Please have a look at the documents below, and don’t forget to print out your world book day voucher to spend on a book!
Dress up as a book character and join your lessons on line for book related activities all day (Key worker children can come into school dressed up too!)
We hope you have a lovely half-term break. One Suffolk have provided some half term activities for children. You will need to sign up in advance to attend the virtual sessions! See the sheets below:
Thank you so much to our bakers and cake eaters for supporting our annual cake sale. We raised an incredible £90 for Macmillan Cancer Care.
Welcome back to school Badgers, it is lovely to have you all back in school. What a busy first full week back we have had!
This term we are finding out about Ancient Rome and focusing on what impact the Romans had on Britain.
Don’t forget that spelling tests start on Monday 14th September, your spellings are all on Spelling Shed, please could you sign and return the permission slip as soon as possible.
Here is the letter that has been sent home today. Please read it through, and we look forward to seeing you all on Thursday!
The Government has prepared a leaflet all about returning children to School. Please have a look at it here:
We have launched our #backtoschoolsafely campaign to reassure parents and students that schools and colleges are ready for their return in September.
This is part of the Government’s wider Stay Alert campaign. You will see newspaper and billboard advertising from today, with radio and digital adverts from Monday 24 August, which will run until early September, alongside wider engagement with the teaching profession and local communities.
The latest statistics from the Office for National Statistics show there is growing confidence among parents that their children will return to school in September, testament to the hard work of school staff.
Parents are encouraged to visit gov.uk/backtoschool for information and practical guidance to help them plan for their children’s return to school.