You can view our archived newsletters by clicking the links below:
School Newsletters 2021-2022
- Newsletter 20.6.22
- Newsletter 25.4.22
- Newsletter 31.8.21
- Newsletter 9.9.21 including key dates
- Newsletter 2.11.21
- Newsletter 12.11.21
- Omicrom variant letter 3.12.21
- Newsletter 10.12.21
School Newsletters 2020-2021
- Key Dates- Autumn term
- School Newsletter 12th October 2020
- School Newsletter 11th November 2020
- School Newsletter Christmas events 24th November 2020
- Consultation SLP letter to Parents 26th November 2020
- School Bubble Closure letter 17th December 2020
- School Newsletter 16th April 2021
- Y3 Curriculum Newsletter
- Y4 Curriculum Newsletter
- Y5 Curriculum Newsletter
- Y6 Curriculum Newsletter
- School Newsletter 14th June 2021
- School Newsletter 31st August 2021
Children in Need – Friday 13th November
It’s Children in Need this coming Friday.
We’ll be joining in with Joe Wicks’ 24-hour PE Challenge (for part of – not all!!!) as part of our day.
Children are invited to come to school in their sporty clothes ready for a workout. A donation of £1 would be gratefully received.
Thanks in advance for your support.
Request to follow Government guidelines – Friday 6th November
It is with a heavy heart that I write this post as I had hoped that it would never be necessary. Sadly, due to the actions of a minority of parents and for the safety of your children and our staff, I feel compelled to.
There is not a soul in the nation who does not know that we are in a second national lockdown. Granted, the guidance can be unclear and confusing, but we all know the current status.
Being in lockdown means unless we are in a care or a childcare bubble, we are not permitted to mix with other households. We are not permitted to go to each other’s homes for meals or to socialise. We are not permitted to collect one another’s children from school and we are not permitted to have sleepovers.
Further to this, if we test positive for Covid-19 we must self isolate. We must notify school of this and follow the guidance that is in place at that moment in time.
It has been brought to my attention by our valued Headteachers that some families are flaunting these rules and blatantly disregarding them.
This both shocks and saddens me. Staff come to school daily to help and support your children yet some families feel it acceptable to act this way and put teachers and other children at risk.
Going forward, anyone found to be deliberately breaking lockdown rules may be refused access to our school and will be required to home educate their child. Paper resources would be provided to enable you to do so.
Rest assured this decision has not been taken lightly. We have the full support of our colleagues at our Local Authority and will implement it if we feel it necessary.
To say I am disappointed to be even considering this course of action is an understatement. Every child deserves an education and every member of staff deserves to be respected.
We are all tired of the situation, we are all anxious, we are all worried, however, we are not all pulling together as a community.
I should stress this message is directed at the minority. To the rest of you, thank you for efforts, for respecting staff and for doing everything you can to stop the spread of this horrendous virus.
I would appreciate it if you could refrain from commenting on this post. Instead if you have any questions or concerns regarding what you have read please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Returning to School – Sunday 1st November
We hope everyone is well and enjoyed half-term in some way, shape or form.
Just a reminder that school is closed tomorrow only as it is a CPD day and will re-open to children on Tuesday.
Following last nights Government announcements I thought it important to confirm that all SLP schools will be open (as of Tuesday).
I would also like to take this opportunity to remind you now more than ever, how important is it we follow Government guidelines and the routines that have been put in place to ensure children arrive and leave school safely.
I know how hard and confusing the information we are being given is, but for the avoidance of doubt, please drop your child off and pick them up at the time you have been allocated. As the weather begins to change please bear this in mind when planning your journey to avoid unnecessary time at school.
Missing friends during this time is one of the most challenging part of this crisis. I understand you want to see them but for everyones safety, please avoid doing so as part of your school run.
Whilst children are in “bubbles” within school, theses are not classed as support bubbles and therefore, hard as it may be, children and households should not be meeting up, going for tea or having sleepovers.
Equally as important, please do not arrange for anyone outside of your household or support bubble to collect your child. Not only is this not permitted, but it also puts our staff in an incredibly difficult position.
I think its safe to say we are all tired of the situation. We all want a sense of normality and a Christmas we can enjoy and make special for our loved ones in some way. Lets do our bit to make this happen.
Many thanks for your support and understanding in this very difficult and challenging time.
CEO Stanley Learning Partnership
School Newsletters 2019-2020
- School Newsletter September 4th 2019
- School Newsletter September 16th 2019
- School Newsletter September 23rd 2019
- School Newsletter September 27th 2019
- School Newsletter October 3rd 2019
- School Newsletter October 15th 2019
- School Newsletter November 8th 2019
- School Newsletter November 20th 2019
- School Newsletter December 4th 2019
- School Newsletter December 10th 2019
- School Newsletter January 8th 2020
- School Newsletter January 17th 2020
- School Newsletter February 3rd 2020
- School Newsletter February 11th 2020