Return to school

Good morning, we have been informed that we are able to invite ALL children from Year 3 upwards on Monday 15th March. There will be no phased approach this time. It will be great to see all the children back in school. We will send a reminder of the staggered start times and finishing times next week. ALL children will be expected to return to school in uniform unless it’s PE where they will be able to wear their PE Kit. We will be in touch next week with more details. Mrs Priest-Jones

Care and Support – Year 5/6

Please can parents collecting from Year 5/6 care and support pick their children from the main entrance of the school (office door) As our younger children have returned to school today we have a one way system in place. This won’t work if parents collect from the classroom. Thank you for your support and patience. 

Bubble closure

Good evening, Just to inform Nursery and care and support parents (Foundation phase only) that your child has come in contact with a positive case. He/she will now need to isolate for 10 days. Any brothers or sisters in other FP year groups or KS2 care and support WILL be able to attend school as normal next week. We are very sorry for any inconvenience. Mrs Priest-Jones

Health and Safety

Good morning, very pleased to share that after a health and safety ‘Covid Procedures’ visit by the local authority we passed with flying colours. There were no recommendations. A big thank you to team St Anne’s for continuing to ensure the safety of the children, themselves and each other. Happy Friday everyone! Mrs Priest-Jones

Schools re-opening

Good morning, 
There has been a lot of media coverage over the last couple of days regarding the re-opening of our schools. I have a meeting with the local authority on Monday morning and I will be in touch with you all once I know all of the information. I am in the dark as much as you are which is very frustrating and makes it more difficult to plan. Take care everyone and thank you for you. Mrs Priest-Jones.

Thank you

Good afternoon all,  we have nearly completed week 4! I hope you are all doing okay. I know, it’s getting more difficult to keep going with the monotony of it all. Thank you as ever to the children and parents that are doing what they can at home to complete online tasks. If you are struggling to engage or help your child, we are here to help so please give school a ring or message your class teachers through seesaw. We are here to listen and to support.
If you need care and support provision next week for your child/children, please let your class teacher know or ring Bev in the office. I need numbers as soon as possible so that the bubbles have staff to support. Thank you. Take care and enjoy your weekend. Mrs PJ.

Distance learning

Good afternoon, just a quick message to thank all the children, parents and carers that have engaged with the distance learning since we went into lockdown. Teachers give me an update every Friday and I am pleased to see so many children taking responsiblity for their learning. I am very aware of the children that haven’t contributed to any of their learning and I will be in touch with you shortly. Please answer our messages and answer your phones! It’s important school and parents are in contact with eachother so that your children don’t miss out on important learning experiences.We can help and offer support! I know it’s difficult, I have 2 boys at home myself. Have a lovely weekend and lets start a fresh on Monday. Thank you.  Mrs Priest-Jones and staff.

Covid information

Good morning, I hope you are all keeping safe and well. We are missing your children dreadfully and like you want to get back to normality. Please can I ask that you continuet to contact either your class teacher or Mrs Thomas in the office if you or your children have covid 19. It’s important we are informed as soon as possible so that we can notify the local authority. Thank you. Mrs Priest-Jones