Have a lovely Easter Break!
Today marks the end of the term and we are starting to return to something like normal. It is hard to think that the first lockdown we had was a year ago and almost no one has been left untouched by the pandemic. Over the last three weeks, the children have settled back into school life with ease and they have been a credit to you. This week we have completed the filming of the Easter video from the school which can be accessed through your child’s Google Classroom or Tapestry. We wish you all a happy and restful Easter from everyone at St. Bridget’s.
Remote learning and return to School Survey
Thank you for all of the comments and feedback that we have received from our survey. We have taken on board all feedback, the majority of which was very positive. We will publish results on the website after Easter.
Recently, I have been alerted by a number of parents and our caretaker about the dog foul on the surrounding roads and pavements. This is a frustrating problem and, in some instances, poses serious health risks to children. I would ask all dog owners to be vigilant and keep our local area free of dog foul.
COVID updates and information about testing Public Health England (PHE)
Primary school pupils and rapid asymptomatic testing
On advice from Public Health England (PHE), pupils in primary schools and children in nursery settings are not included in the rapid asymptomatic testing programme. PHE has advised that there are currently limited public health benefits to testing primary-aged pupils with lateral flow devices (LFD). In addition, primary-aged pupils, particularly younger children, may find the LFD testing process unpleasant and are unable to self-swab. We are advising that primary-aged pupils should only be tested if they are symptomatic, in which case their families should follow the guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection and book a PCR test for the child.
St. Bridget’s Buddies over Spring Break
For three days in the Spring holiday, St. Bridget’s Buddies will be running child care for any parents who may find this useful. Please contact Clair Redgrift for more information.
Claire Redgrift - 07985 657 578 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Join us for a service of prayer, remembrance and hope. Following the death of HRH Prince Philip, Archbishop… https://t.co/2oACGE9e4s
A family prayer on the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh:
As we pray, let us keep in mind those who are unable to pause their work today. We give thanks for the ways in whi… https://t.co/E5wpcZUhim
Our friends at St. Bridget’s Church have given every one of our children a beautiful Easter gift. We are truly grat… https://t.co/TwLqTZLUXA
Year 3 have been thinking about Salvation and Resurrection this week. We have used the amazing book, “Bert, his dog… https://t.co/6fpJ5R1oIM
Our Prayer Corner is coming along beautifully...with the help from our wonderful Lent Bags provided by Rev. Alex an… https://t.co/TStyxnUvQ3
Amazing work on rainforest animals from Year 3. We have been thinking all about Global Goal 15, Life on Land this… https://t.co/MRzW2lb7GR
STEM in year 5 has had us visiting a coral reef with VR and holding real coral in the classrooms. We have thought o… https://t.co/kRwM3YxEGF
Year 2 have been investigating which eyeball is best for Mrs Twit to carry out her beer glass trick on Mr Twit. We… https://t.co/PVDGW4BSbN
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