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Head Teacher Updates
14 July, 2020
Dear Parents and Carers,
It has been the toughest of times, but now, thankfully, there is an ever growing light at the end of the tunnel as we step back to some sort of normality. We are extremely excited to be welcoming all of our children and families back into school from 7th September. However, before we do, I would just like to take a moment to thank all of you for your creativity, care and compassion over the past four months of challenge and hardship. Whether you are a key worker, stay at home hero or home school teacher, you have helped us all to get through such troubled days at a time when we needed you most.
But now is a time to look forwards to the future. From 7th September, children will be returning to lessons as we all look to move on and build a brighter future for our global community. We will therefore be spending a lot of time in those first three weeks back rebuilding relationships, reintegrating routines, structures and systems, reuniting the community and recalling how we learn best and what we know already in preparation for the next steps of learning to take place on strong, embedded foundations of positive mental wellbeing, prior knowledge and support networks. These will be achieved through either good quality classroom teaching or involve additional interventions wherever necessary.
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