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Wednesday 31st March
Click here to vote to Help Us to Win a Canopy!
We have entered a competition to win a shade sail from A&S Landscape to give children the option to be outside in all weathers and continue their love of outdoor learning. We have to collect more votes than any other school in order to win. 
• Please vote and also share this message with friends, relations and social media to help us win!

Monday 29th March
Click here for Letter to parents from Gavin Williamson MP, Secretary of State for Education.

Monday 15th March
Click here for Guidance for parents - out-of-school settings from gov.uk.

Monday 8th March
School is open for all our children from today.

Thursday 5th March
Click here for Letter to parents from St Helens Director of Children's Services.

Tuesday 9th February
Click here for Letter to parents from St Helens Director of Public Health.

Thursday 28th January
Click here for Storytime with Ms Eustace.

Wednesday 27th January
Click here for Assembly with Mrs Rigby.

Tuesday 12th January
Click here for Letter to parents from St Helens Director of Children's Services.

Monday 4th January
Our On-Site School is open for children of key workers only.

Key Worker families are asked only to send children to school when at work, booking places online using SchoolMoney. Key Worker families may prefer to keep children at home. 
Click here for government guidelines about critical key workers.

Children On-Site will be given the same work as those online.
• We will not use the unauthorised absence code during this period.
• Parents who need a paper workpack should ring school so that we can arrange this.
• Parents requiring an electronic device such as a laptop or tablet should let us know.
• Free school meals will be delivered to children not in school.
• Breakfast and After School Club will be open as usual at the usual charges and should be booked online.

The Governing Body met this morning, Monday, and made the decision that the number of children attending school would need to be radically reduced in order to reduce transmission across the school community and to protect staff.
Governors appreciate the importance of all children being in school, but have considered the evidence from Public Health England, the anxiety of staff about their own health and that of their families, the repercussions of the Christmas relaxation of rules, and the risk of children passing on the more contagious virus to families at home.
Staff and governors sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this situation causes.


Click here for Infant Xmas Video December.
Click here for Junior Xmas Video December.
Click here for Christmas Mass in Classrooms 18th December.
Click here for Breakfast with Santa 16th December.
Click here for Reindeer Visit 15th December.

Friday 18th,
A Partridge in a Pear Tree
winner: Ben, Y4



Thursday 17th,
Two Turtle Doves
winner: Georgia, Y3



Wednesday 16th,
Three French Hens
winner: James, Y4



Tuesday 15th,
Four Calling Birds
winner: Ryan, Y6



Monday 14th, 
Five Gold Rings
winner: Logan



Friday 11th,
Six Geese a Laying
winner: James, Y5



Thursday 10th,
Seven Swans a Swimming
winner: Lucy, Y3



Wednesday 9th,
Eight Maids a Milking
winner: Freddie



Tuesday 8th,
Nine Ladies Dancing
winner: Annabelle



Monday 7th,
Ten Lords a Leaping
winner: Theo



Friday 4th, 
Eleven Pipers Piping
winner: Olivia



Thursday 3rd, 
Twelve Drummers Drumming
winner: Henri




Wednesday 11th November
Click here for Today's Assembly video.

Tuesday 3rd November
Click here for letter to parents from St Helens Director of Children's Services, Cabinet Member for Education, and Cabinet Member for Children and Young People.

Thursday 22nd October 
Click here fo letter to parents from St Helens Director of Children's Services.

Monday 5th October
Payments by parents to school are now through the online system SchoolMoney
Click here for How to Use SchoolMoney App.

Communications between school and parents need to be by phone or email
We also use the School Spider app. 
Click here for How to Use School Spider.

Friday 25th September
Click here for letter to parents from Department of Health and Social Care.

Friday 18th September
Click here for letter to parents from St Helens Director of Children's Services.

Thursday 10th September
Click here for letter to parents from St Helens Director of Education.
Click here for information about rise in Covid-19 infections in St Helens, concentrating in Newton/Haydock.

Monday 7th September
Click here for guide on Covid-19 Absences: What to do if.
Click here for letter to parents from St Helens Education Welfare Service.
Click here for Covid Action guide used by schools.

Wednesday 2nd September: Update
We are looking forward to seeing every child on Thursday or Friday unless they are unwell or self-isolating.

Every child should wear full school uniform on their welcome day this week. PE does not start until next week.

Anyone who has returned from abroad in the past 14 days: we need to know where you have been. Please ring school to let us know.

Following further government guidance issued on Friday, face coverings may be worn in school by staff. Some of our older children may also wish to do so. Adults dropping off and picking up children from school may also choose to wear face coverings during these busy times, when social distancing is not always easy.

We want to keep our school open as long as possible by preventing any cases of Covid-19. Please do not send your child to school if they are even slightly unwell.
Click here to get a test. Anyone struggling to get a test may ask in school. We do have a limited supply.

We are predicting that children will be absent more often this term as it is difficult to tell whether a child has a cough and cold or coronavirus. If in doubt please keep children at home and get a test.

Please do not approach teachers or school staff to talk to them. Instead, email or ring the school office to pass on information or to arrange a telephone consultation.

Many thanks to everyone for their cooperation.

August 2020
A full return to school in September is expected - our Option C+.
Click here to see details. 
We are expecting all children to return in September with staggered starts and finishes each day, year group bubbles, additional lunch and break times, desks facing forward, all day cleaners on site, extra hand-washing, strict social-distancing between staff and children and a pattern of days with alternating uniform.

Government advice asks us to remove social distancing between children, implement a no-touching policy and keep class bubbles as separate as possible.

We have procedures in place if someone tests positive at school and in the event of further local or national lockdowns.

We will have an update on Wednesday 2nd September, as there may be further changes by the government before then.

Sibling groups and our new Reception children are due in on Thursday 3rd September for their special ‘welcome back' days. 

Individual children are due in on Friday 4th September. 

Click here for Reception Class arrangements.

Payments by parents to school will be through the online system SchoolMoney from September. Not handling cash will be easier and more cost-effective for our school administration. Parents as well as school will be able to see at a glance what has been paid and what is due. 
Click here for How to Use SchoolMoney App.

Communications between school and parents need to be by phone or email. We are reducing close interactions between adults whenever possible, and so face to face conversations will only be for emergencies.
We also use the School Spider app. 
Click here for How to Use School Spider.

Click here for Previous Updates.

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