We come to the end of another week in school, and are fast-approaching the end of term. Our last day in school is Wednesday 21st July – just two and a half weeks remaining of the term. We have had a frustrating situation in Y2 with a member of staff testing positive on lateral flow test and subsequently negative on PCR test. This has resulted in a disruptive week for the Y2 pupils – and I really appreciate everyone’s understanding and support over the week. It is hoped that this situation doesn’t continue, and I am liaising with Public Health regarding it.
The children are still working hard in school. On Tuesday our Y6 pupils spent the day at Bispham Scout Estate. A fun-filled day of grass sledging, axe throwing, archery, making a tie-dye t-shirt and den-making. The day finished with toasting marshmallows. On the same day our Y2 pupils were out in the community on a kindness mission, spreading joy. Thank you Y2. On Wednesday morning our Y4 pupils recorded a brass concert. Well done to them all for working so hard on this. Next week our Y3 pupils will be matched to a brass instrument to learn as they move into Y4 in September.
Just to re-iterate the message sent out earlier. Some of our pupils were seen riding their bikes without helmet, weaving in and out of traffic this morning. We have talked about the importance of staying safe on the roads, and I’m sure you will talk to your child about this too.
Take care, and have a lovely weekend.