Keep up to date with what's happening in Year Two - Monkey Puzzle Class!
After 3 weeks of lockdown we are finding that our Y3 bubble is one of the largest in school and is close to capacity. We do not want to be in a position where we are unable to safely accommodate all Y3 pupils requesting a critical worker place in school. Consequently, please be mindful of the following before booking a critical worker place in school:
I am not sending this information to make parents feel guilty or to contradict information that employers have sent out – these are challenging times for everyone, but I have a responsibility to share guidance with you and urge parents not send their children to school whilst transmission rates are so high unless it is necessary. For some families I totally accept that it is necessary some days, or every day, each week - we are here to help those families.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all.
A few photo's from the last couple of days!
We're really please to let you know that the children have been working so hard this term and have filled our whole school reward display... therefore we will have our reward day tomorrow (Friday 18th December 2020)!
Here is a very special Christmas video from Y3!
Miss Jackson will not be in school for the rest of this week or next week (non covid-19 related). In her absence, Miss Hayes will be teaching Y3 for the majority of time. Having worked in Y3 on Friday and Monday, Miss Hayes is already getting to know the children our routines.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
A pupil in Y3 began to self-isolate early last week due to a family member having cv-19 symptoms. That family member, and then another, subsequently received a positive test result. Although completely asymptomatic, the pupil in question also received a positive test result 3 days after starting the period of self-isolation.
The timing of this, according to advice from Public Health England, means that we do not need to close our Y3 bubble or take any other actions linked to this case. However, we wanted to keep you updated about a situation and reassure you that we are following advice in dealing with this, and all other cases at Crossdale.
Crossdale will be open as planned tomorrow.
I know you will join me in wishing the family a speedy recovery. Mrs Westie and I will be on the gate tomorrow if you have any questions.
What a fantastic week!
Please see attached letter for further information
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