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Blenhein Primary School

sheringham primary is now closed. 

We are currently trying to assess how we can make the school safe for our children. The earliest we will be able to do this for school to open is the 8th of June, beginning with reception children. We will keep families updated on this page. Further information has been sent by parentmail or is under the newsletter section of the website. 

Learning@home is now live on year group pages, follow this link or select your year group from the Quick Links on the left. These will be updated daily until we return to school.


 Dear Parents and Carers 

Three important updates:

1) The government has announced that they will not be be providing Free School Meal vouchers during the half-term holiday. These will resume on the 1st of June.

2) Over half our families collected our free resource packs last week. If you didn't but would like to do so, contact the school and we'll arrange a safe time for you to come and collect.

3) School is still open this week for vulnerable pupils and the children of key workers, from Tuesday to Friday.

 

And in response to the latest government statement:

I am sure that many of you would have seen the announcement by the Prime Minister yesterday:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-52792769. I would just like to repeat that our provisional plan is to open for reception children on 8th June. However, while we are working hard to open for more pupils, this will not happen unless it is safe to do so. Our risk assessment process is ongoing, and is a complex, time-consuming task!

What has not necessarily made the news headlines is that the government released further guidance  for schools yesterday afternoon with regard to reopening early years provision. This new advice has significant implications for our risk assessment and will mean that we will need to rewrite some of the plans we had in place as the new guidance is different to the guidance we had been working on.

 It was great to talk to so many families last week when you came to pick up books, and there was overwhelming support for our ‘safe and steady’ approach. Your support means a lot during these challenging and confusing times. 

We will write to you again later in the week after the Prime Minister’s next announcement on Thursday. 

 

Yours sincerely,

Kath Sewell

Headteacher