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Activities During Easter Half Term


We have arranged with Sport2day to run so activities over the Esater Break. Please see information below.


Groups will be no more than 15 children and remain in their bubbles

Children will be working exclusively with one or two ‘Sport-2-Day’ instructors and will stay within the same group for all the sessions.

It will not be possible for siblings in different year groups to attend together.

Class teachers will not (necessarily) be present; Sport2Day staff are known to all our children

The sessions will be varied and will include activities such as:

•             Egg hunts

•             Crafts and forest games

•             Quizzes

•             Outdoor science

•             Orienteering

•             General sports

•             Easter activities

Children will need a snack and a refillable drinks bottle (children will not be having lunch at school)

Children will attend wearing comfortable clothes they can run around in (does not need to be school PE kit). Sessions will take place outside so children should have jumper/coat/hat/sunscreen depending on weather also.

All instructors have a full understanding of COVID Safety with equipment cleaned after each session.

All sessions will be fully funded by the school (There is no cost to parents/carers)


Dates for the sessions are listed below. All bubbles are able to attend all sessions but will remain separate throughout;


Tuesday 6th April 2021 1pm-3:30pm

Wednesday 7th April 2021 1pm-3:30pm

Thursday 8th April 2021 1pm-3:30pm


If you would like your child to take part in their allocated sessions (please check the timetable above carefully), please complete the booking form to confirm their place; click by Monday 29th March, 3pm. *PLACES ARE LIMITED AND ALLOCATED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS*

Information regarding rapid testing

Got kids going #BackToSchool on Monday?  Find out about regular rapid testing for parents, support and childcare bubbles

Go to Link


Households, support + childcare bubbles, of children at nursery, primary and secondary schools and colleges, can now get regular rapid #COVID19 testing

Go to Link

New intake for Primary and Secondary Schools National Offer Day.

Secondary schools - National Offer Day 1 March 2021, Deadline for an appeal to be received Noon 29 March 2021
Primary schools - National Offer Day 16 April 2021, Deadline for an appeal to be received Noon 17 May 2021


Follow link on how to appeal - Appeal process 

EU Settlement Scheme Support Team


This information has been provided by the Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire as part of the EU Settlement Scheme Support team. Part of this work includes promoting the scheme in the local area to ensure that EU, EEA, and Swiss nationals and their families are aware of the scheme and that they need to apply for it.  

This is important as we are approaching the end of the grace period (deadline on 30 June 2021). Any EU citizen – as some of your pupils, parents and carers may be - who will fail to secure a successful application to the scheme, will lose the right to live in the UK and as a consequence, to attend your school legally.

For this reason we are working hard to provide advice with general queries as well as end to end support for applicants with more complex cases. It is a free service, delivered through Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire (CASL) and funded by the Home Office. 

 For free suppot and advice the contact details for pupils and their parents or relatives are below.

  • EU Settlement Scheme South Lincs Support Team Contact Details:

      .  Adviceline: 0800 448 0734 (Lines Open:Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm)





Breakfast Club has been temporarily postponed during School's partial closure

Breakfast club will return once school fully reopens.




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Coronavirus Update November 2020

 Over the weekend, I learned that one of our local school’s was having to close its doors this week, due to the coronavirus.

 That’s both sad and worrying. Currently, there’s much talk about vaccines, but at this moment, when all the statistics are rising, it’s immensely important that we all adhere to the guidance.

 I’d like to thank parents and carers for the continued wearing of face-coverings and observing the one-way systems and keeping socially distant, but may I remind you of the most recent guidance:

 Social contact:

From 5 November, you must not meet socially indoors with family or friends unless they are part of your household, meaning the people you live with, or your support bubble.

You can exercise outdoors, or visit outdoor public places, with the people you live with, your support bubble, or 1 person from another household.

Meeting in larger groups is against the law apart from specific exceptions where people from different households can gather in groups.


Social distancing:

To reduce the risk of catching or spreading coronavirus, you should minimise time spent outside your home, and when around other people ensure that you are two metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.

 These are simple extracts; you can find the full document at:

  Here’s hoping we all stay safe and well.


Kindest regards,


T W Emery

Readathon raised £1299.50 for new books. Thank you for all your support!

Sponsored Winter Readathon

This term we would like to raise some money to buy new reading books to replace and expand our depleted stock in school following Lockdown. To help raise some money, we will be running a sponsored Readathon.

In order to take part, your child will need to gather sponsorship for the number of times they read at home or to us in school over the next 4 weeks. This could be a few pages, a chapter or a whole book each time, depending on their reading ability.

Re-reading books is vital in helping children develop fluency and improving comprehension, because of this, if your child reads the same book, page or chapter a few times each time that text is read will count towards their final total.

We understand that at this time, for some, money is tight, so whatever amount your child raises, however small, will be celebrated in school and greatly appreciated. There will be prizes awarded in each class for children who have taken part and made an effort with this challenge.

You have the next week to gather as many sponsors as you can and bring your child’s sponsor form into school on Monday 23rd so that we can record how many times they read over the next 4 weeks.

The Readathon starts on Monday 23rd November.

Please could you record in your child’s reading record every time they read and what they have read so we can add this and any reading completed in school when their folder comes back into school at the end of the week.

We are hoping that with Lockdown, we can all take advantage of spending more time at home by supporting our children with their reading which is vital to every subject.


Sponsorship Form

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