Friday 26th February
We are delighted to be reopening school to all pupils on Monday 8th March. The arrangements will be almost the same as last term. I will send out a letter next week to remind you. New children coming into nursery for the first time will get a letter with your start date.
Let Us Pray
I know that the tiny sacrifices
I make this Lent
can never serve as a real penance in my life.
But help me to make my whole life
one of following your Son.
I am filled with your love.
Let your love shine out from within me
and guide my life in this sacred journey
toward the Easter joy you offer me there to guide me.
Follow the season with our Lent Blog here.
See the latest week’s newsletter and Stars of the Week here.
Nursery, Reception and Year 1 – check the class blogs for homework
Years 2,3,4,5 and 5 check J2Homework for today’s work.
Your live lessons are at:
Year 2 9.30am and 12 noon
Year 3 10.30am and 1.30pm
Year 4 11.30am
Year 5 10.00am and 12.30pm
Year 6 9.00am and 1.00pm
If you are worried about the wellbeing or safety of any child there are lots of ways we can help. Please speak to Mrs O’Brien for advice. email@example.com
Great parent guides to internet safety here
CHildren who have finished all their homeowrk can keep reading books on Epic and use TTRock Stars or NumBots or J2Blast.
They can also catch up with any homework they have missed over the last few weeks.
They might like to start a personal project using J2e5 or Powerpoint.
If you have an emergency you can contact:
Mrs O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org 07833496568
Mrs Tibbits email@example.com 07398992702
Mrs Bell firstname.lastname@example.org 07572976776
Mrs Miller email@example.com 07507353119
Mrs Puar firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact our Family Support Worker, Jenny Ranson on 07551152813
Birmingham City Council can also help with parenting, mental health, finance, domestic abuse, problems with drugs or alcohol, berevement support. This leaflet is available in different languages – From Birmingham With Love
If you or your child develops COVID symptoms you should get a test by ringing 119 or apply online here. Everyone in your house must isolate for 10 days unless your test is negative.
National Lockdown Rules
Everyone must stay at home, You can only go out to:
- go to work if you cannot work from home
- shop for essential things
- exercise, close to your house once per day
- care for a vulnerable person
- go to a medical appointment
- escape from danger
You must not:
- visit other people’s house
- stay away from home overnight
Children must not:
- Meet their friends to play outside
For free, safe, anonymous help for young people with mental wellbeing, you can contact Kooth online.
See our photo gallery on the Events blog here