I hope you all had a wonderful summer and found some time to relax with family and friends now that the COVID restrictions have been lifted. We have had a fantastic first full week back, and it has been great to see all of our pupils in school starting, what we hope will be, a “normal” academic year.
Although given recent history I don’t like to speak too soon, and am now used to not planning for too far ahead in the future, I am pleased to say that, at the time of writing, we have not been dealt any major COVID–related curve balls from the Department of Education! Therefore, I am very much looking forward to being able to focus on our core business of providing the very best possible education for all our pupils and students.
As part of this, and in line with our goal of working closely in partnership with parents and carers, from Monday next week you will receive daily updates of any positive or negative points your child receives on Go4Schools via email. If you should experience any difficulties accessing this please email our IT Team at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will be happy to help you.
Also, may I take the opportunity to remind you to ensure we always have the most up-to-date email address and contact details for you. Many thanks for your cooperation.
“It’s 1941 and Joseph has found himself in London during the Blitz, under the care of Mrs F, who seems to only care about her rundown zoo. Joseph takes an instant dislike to Adonis, the huge silverback gorilla, but gradually an unlikely bond begins to form between the two of them, especially helping him deal with bullies at his new school.”
This is wonderfully written historical story; raw, emotive and compassionate.
You will remember this story long after you’ve finished reading it.