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We have reached the end of one of the most extraordinary school years in living memory. In the last term particularly, as a community we have all faced incredible challenges, and it is likely to continue for sometime. However, there are many positives which have come out of the situation. You have succeeded in helping your children with their school work, supported them through a confusing time, and engaged well with the school. Well done, I know this has not been easy.

I would like to thank my staff who have risen to the challenges we have faced, learnt how to operate Google Classroom and supported our families throughout. They are a credit to our community, and I know you will join me in wishing them a well-earned break.

We said a fond farewell to our Year 6 children and families. We had a lovely, socially-distanced service. Thank you to all those families for their support throughout the time they have been with us.

For those families leaving the school completely, we send you our best wishes.

We wish you all a lovely summer. Stay safe, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Sarah Chaloner

Government Coronavirus information can be found here

Guidance for parents and carers (DFE) latest updates:

Information about Google Classroom

Please note we will be continuing with this next academic year.

Helpful login tips can be found via the link:

Google Classroom information

Latest support information for families at home:

We know that this is a really difficult time for all our families. If you need help and support you can contact the school. We are still available to try to support. You can also access some useful information from our website:

Information from CEOP – staying safe online:

Department for Education – DFE updates:



Support for mental health:

Healthy Schools

FEELING GOOD WEEK – 10th Feb – 13th Feb 2020

Safer Internet Day resources:


Feeling Good Week is a Hertfordshire-wide event that encourages schools and the wider community to promote children and young people’s emotional well-being by raising awareness of mental health and showing where support can be accessed. As part of this we have planned a variety of activities throughout the school next week focusing on well-being, healthy lifestyles and being safe on the internet.   

Thursday 6th February – Time to Talk, each class will take time to talk for ten minutes during the day.

Monday 10th February – All children in school will be taking part in a variety of well-being activities including, yoga, mindfulness, drama, PE, Music and gardening. Please ensure your child has a PE kit and trainers in school.

Tuesday 11th February – Each class will be looking at food and baking linked to a favourite story.

Wednesday 12th February Whole school sponsored walk. Attached is a sponsor sheet, please sponsor your child and all proceeds will be going towards the school library and reading books. Please dress in funky sports clothes and ensure you have a change of shoes as we will be on the school field. (Children can wear wellies as it may be muddy!)  

Thursday 13th February – Safer internet day, all classes will be looking at how to stay safe on the internet and taking part in different PE activities to promote healthy well-being.

Dreams and Goals – our focus for this half term in PSHE is dreams and goals. The KS2 children have collaborated to create their dream garden featuring their goals. An amazing, collaborative piece!


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