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School Update 20 - 8th April 2020

As the school is now closed except for those identified vulnerable children or children of key workers we felt it appropriate to refund booking fees for the school’s Breakfast Club. 


This week, Mrs Midgely is processing refunds for all bookings made for the two weeks before the Easter holidays: 

  • week commencing the 23rd March and the
  • week commencing the 30th March. 


Moving forwards, after the ‘Easter holidays’ refunds will be made on a weekly basis.  More information to follow. 


On Monday, the teachers added new content to each of their class pages:






  • Mrs Webster-NEW:  Week 3 – Easter and Easter crafts with children’s work Slideshow-celebrating ‘home learning.’


  • Mr Caton-NEW:  Week 3 – Easter themed work with a Kahoot Quiz



  • Miss Lees-NEW: Week 3 – Google Geography Project plus 'Home Science Experiments Video featuring Miss Swatton, Miss Kirk and Miss Lees'


Next week, the Class Pages will be updated on Tuesday 14th April. 


The intention is for the teachers to update their class pages weekly, including resources and activities for English, Maths and Spelling/Phonics activities as well as providing a range of challenges and activities linked to other areas of the curriculum. 


This week’s theme is predominately ‘Easter’ based, as you can imagine.  We hope that you and your child/ren enjoy the opportunities that have been provided.


In addition, you can now contact your child/ren(s) class teacher directly. Please use the emails listed below to respond to the teachers weekly challenges/activities. 



Please do not use for sharing work. 


The teachers will monitor the new inboxes and respond if needed.  In this way, there can be a greater dialogue between our Home learners and their teachers. 


I hope that our parents and children will use this in the spirit it was created for: a sharing platform to celebrate pupil achievement at home.


Please also remember to visit the Home Learning Guidance of the school website for e-links and resources to use at this time.


NEW today:


1. Health & Well-Being Pack


At this difficult time, you and/or your child/ren may be anxious or worried about the current situation.  Yesterday, we added a ‘Well Being Support Pack’ designed for use over the Easter Holidays.


2. Special Educational Needs and Disability Support


Yesterday, we added more information for parents and carers to support their child/ren at home. You may find the following resources useful, supporting those with:


Further advice and resources can be found below:


3. Approved List of Online Resources for Home Education


Yesterday, the Government published a List of Online Resources for Home Education.  These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.


4. Whiterose Maths


Want to keep up the daily Maths  routine over Easter? No problem! Whiterose Maths will be adding lessons for the next two weeks so you don’t miss out.


5. Competition - Design a T-Shirt Logo


One of our Inspire+ Sports Ambassadors, Jonathon Broom-Edwards has set a challenge for children to design a logo for his mascot, Stitch.


The winning logo will not only be created on a t-shirt for Stitch but will also become the logo for Jonathan’s forthcoming charity.


Jonathan will choose a winner from each of the Inspire+ schools who will receive a signed piece of Team GB clothing from himself before selecting the over-all winner.  


6. Daily Challenges by Mr Batey-listed in the Physical Activities


Today you can choose from:

  • Challenge 1-Skipping,
  • Challenge 2-Running
  • Challenge 3-Daisy Chain
  • Challenge 4-Step ups
  • Challenge 5-Hand Clapping featuring Miss Lees & Miss Swatton
  • Challenge 6-Bounce Clapping featuring Mrs Kay
  • Challenge 7-Tennis ‘wall’ bounce
  • Challenge 8-Balancing Skills
  • Challenge 9-Wildflower Hunt
  • Challenge 10 – Alphabet Challenge
  • NEW:  Challenge 11 – Natural Artwork


Why not give them a go?   Well done to all who have attempted all the challenges!


In addition, we have continued to update the E-Safety Guidance for parents and carers.


7. E-Safety Guidance


Lincolnshire County Council in association with the Stay Safe Partnership have create advice for parents and carers working from home.  Please see the links below:


During this very difficult time, our school continues to be open through the Easter holiday period, inclusive of the Bank Holidays for our most vulnerable children and the children of key workers, who are unable to work from home.


The Government have clearly stated:


Critical workers are defined as parents whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response, including those who work in health and social care and in other critical sectors.


However, many parents working in these critical sectors will be able to ensure their child is kept at home.


Every child who can be safely cared for at home should be, to limit the chance of the virus spreading. 


Therefore, if children can stay safely at home, they should, to limit the chance of the virus spreading.


Please be mindful that the most effective way to communicate with the school is through email: as there is no guarantee there will be a member of staff on hand to answer the telephone due to the reduction in staff working in school, during this time.


Remember to ‘pick n mix’ your daily activities, as well as keeping up to date with the new resources appearing on the Class Pages and the Home Learning Guidance.


All communications e.g. emails, letters, texts from school will be through our ParentmailPMX service.  If you have any queries regarding school please email: 


We will continue to support our school community as best we can.


Stay safe.


Government Information:


Online educational resources to support children to continue learning at home


We have published a list of online resources that parents, and schools can consider to support children to continue learning at home. The list will be updated over time, and includes a wide range of resources for all ages that schools can consider using as part of their planned curriculum. Schools have already been drawing on existing resources and tools they are familiar with to support children to continue learning at home and should continue to do so.


More information can be found here: