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Message from the Head of Primary

As we continue, with our Virtual School Experience, we appreciate your support and feedback.

Primary 1

We are receiving a lot of feedback regarding the online lessons and how much the children are enjoying and learning from these sessions. 

Next week, we will begin Maths, English and IPC lessons online for all children in Years 2-6 and the Music and Polish lessons will continue online.  A timetable from your child's class teacher will be shared via Seesaw which shows a plan for the whole week and outlines which tasks should be completed at other times.

Parents who have responded to the message regarding additional work packs, these will be available for collection from school between 8.30am and 3pm on Tuesday 5th May.  These will be on tables inside the gate so that they can be collected without needing to enter the school building.

We look forward to seeing the children more regularly on our online sessions next week.


Joanne Prabhu

Head of Primary