Dear Parents and Carers,
We look forward to reopening our classes to ALL children from MONDAY 8th MARCH 2021. We have planned to do so with careful consideration to ensure a safe environment for pupils and adults working in our school. For further details about how we plan to keep your child safe in school, please read the information contained in our 8th March Full Reopening PDF attached on this page.
Over the next few weeks, we will continue to work with children and families to support our children’s learning. Children will be taught in their own classrooms and will be expected to continue to wear school uniform. We will continue to use Class Dojo to support all children and families.
It is important to note that all children MUST attend every day during school hours.
Breakfast and After School Club will continue to be available and paid for via ParentPay for those children attending school.
8th March Full Reopening
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Mental Health and Emotional Support for children, young people and families in County Durham
Mental Health and Emotional support for adults in County Durham
Rollercoaster Support for families supporting a child or young person with emotional or mental health issues
Information about September 2020 Reopening for all classes
Information about summer arrangements and plans for Year 2, 3, 4 and 5
Information for parents of Year 6 pupils returning to school 29.06.20
Transition information for new starter Reception September 2020 Parents
Information for parents of Year 1 pupils returning to school 22.06.20
Our latest newsletter
Information for parents of Reception pupils returning to school 15.06.20
Durham Public Health Letter to parents including information for return to school June 2020
Most recent information about our plans to keep pupils, parents and staff safe in school
Information about childcare provision for children of key workers and parents of vulnerable children -01.06.20
Our guidance for how we intend to continue providing OPAL play opportunities following Covid