Friday 3rd April
This Sunday is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week. In school, we would have been following the story of Jesus’ entry into Jeruslaem, his Last Supper with his disciples and the journey to Mount Calvary. Keep reading Mr Davis’ blog each day to take part in the story at home with your families. You can join in live-streamed services from St Chad’s Cathedral here.
- Palm Sunday Mass (5th April) 11am
- Good Friday Celebration of the Lord’s Passion 3.00pm
- Holy Saturday Easter Vigil & First Mass of Easter 8.00pm
- Easter Sunday Mass 11.00am
Station of the Cross with Mr Davis.
During Lent follow the journey of Jesus on the road to Calvary here.
Story Time with Mrs O’Brien
Settle down and listen to Mrs O’Brien reading some of her favourite stories here.
Food Vouchers/Food Parcels
All families eligible for free school meals should have recieved either a food parcel or a suoermarket voucher this week.
We will let you know when follow up parcels or vouchers are available.
NB If you believe you are eligible for Free School Meals and have not received this information please contact school.
Need A Chat?
If you need to speak to us, you can email your child’s class teacher or you can ring these school mobiles during school hours. If you leave a message on the school answer phone someone will return your call.
We will be staying open from 8.45am until 3.15pm to provide care for the children of Key Workers such as those involved with NHS, care workers, emergency services. If you work in one of these areas and need child care, please telephone school to let us know in advance. Then bring your child to the main entrance at 8.45am and complete a registration form.
Working at Home
Please help your children to keep working through the Home Learning Packs they have been given. The class blogs have lots of great learning challenges and links so check these regularly..
Our family support worker, Jennifer Ransome is available to help families with worries or difficulties. Find out more here.
Any parents who need financial advice please see Mrs Bailey’s help page here.
Mrs Bailey will also be happy to give advice by email during working hours. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember to continue making sure the children wash their hands thoroughly and regularly to protect them against the virus. Follow the link here to see how. Handwashing Song. If you or your child develop a high temperature or a new continuous cough follow the advice here.
More photos on the Events blog here