I am writing to let you know that over the scheduled Easter break, whilst the school remains open for the children of key workers, staff will not be asked to set new home learning packs or make regular contact with families via Seesaw. This is in-line with the Department for Education advice for schools.
However, should you have any queries or concerns over this time, please contact me at email@example.com and a member of staff will get back to you.
New learning packs and regular contact will resume in the week beginning the 20th of April. To follow the government guidance for people to stay at home unless absolutely necessary, our teachers will produce learning packs which do not require any printing. This is to reduce the need for families to collect work from school. All tasks should be readable on a phone, tablet or computer and able to be completed on paper, on-line or in a practical way. All teachers have created up a pupil section on Seesaw for the children to share their learning at home (instructions for using this will be sent out by class teachers).
If you were expecting an email about Free School Meal vouchers and haven’t received one, please check your ‘Junk’ or ‘Spam’ folders.
Thank you for your support through this very challenging and unprecedented time.
Myself, the staff and the Governing Body wish all our families a safe and happy Easter. Look after each other
Alun Davies (Headteacher)
If you are concerned about an immediate risk to the safety of a child please call Customer First on 0808 800 4005.