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Government Track & Trace information

Letters September 2020-July 2021

Flow Chart to help you decide if your child should be in school

Re-opening School Risk assessment


Public Health Letter to Parents

Last day of term arrangements

Black Lives Matter - a parents guide. Central Bedfordshire has created an informative support document for parents.

Emotional Wellbeing


Please see the link below for this week’s virtual well-being drop-in with a focus around separation anxiety.


This is a virtual workshop to promote positive emotional wellbeing in children who are struggling to separate from their parents or carers. The current situation with covid-19 may have had an impact on children and they are now feeling reluctant to leave parents or carers. This may be something new or ongoing since before the pandemic. The session will have a focus on stories and some fun strategies primarily this session is aimed at under 7's however there will be some useful information in this for parents and children of all ages going through this issue.


Please see the link below for this week’s virtual wellbeing drop-in with a focus around feeling overwhelmed in times of change. This will cover a range of emotions including anxiety, anger and fear. 

Information from the Library

Use of PPE -face coverings on return to school

The above letters regarding pupils in Nursery, Reception and Year 1 & 6 returning to school on June 2nd are the generic versions of the letters. You will have been posted a letter specific to your child depending on your responses to our survey and phone conversations we have had with you. If you have any queries please don't hesitate to call the school office. 

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Access to free E-books with Accelerated Reader quizzes

Newsletter 26 03.04.20

School Nurse letter - Support networks available for parents and children


home learning details and teacher emails

Some useful tips for home schooling