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Holy Family Catholic Primary School

'Always our best for God, each other and ourselves'

Message from Mrs Summers-Breeze

Please look at the communications tab to view the latest letter with details on the proposed partial return to school in June.


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Following the announcement by the Prime Minister on Sunday evening, I am sure you have lots of questions, as we do!
At this point in time there are no answers, and we await further guidance by our unions, the local authority as well as the government, and we will let you know any decisions as soon as they are made.
Senior school leaders will be meeting to discuss pupil and staff safety measures, social distancing, additional cleaning regimes and any PPE requirement, before we will be able to proceed with decisions about what pupils returning to school will look like at Holy Family.
What we definitely know at this point is that not ALL Year 6, Year 1 and Reception children will be attending school on 1 June (at the earliest).  We will be considering:
  • a staggered start
  • splitting the class up to attend on different days or at different times
  • which rooms will be needed for these arrangements.
Please bear with us while these important decisions are discussed and made.
We will update this message as soon as we have more information for you.


May is the month of Mary ...


A special message from Mrs Breeze




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Congratulations to all Holy Family pupils!

We would like to thank everyone for their efforts last week.  We are overwhelmed by over 4,240 pieces of work completed through Class DoJo.  Each week we have received over 4,000 pieces of work.  This is a tremendous effort.  We are really proud of all the children.  Keep up the great work!


Here is a little message from all the staff ......





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Our beautiful sign made by the children of keyworkers

who were in school with us yesterday!


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Coronavirus/COVID-19 update


School is currently closed to all pupils except children of key workers.  If you are a key worker we would like to support you and offer childcare for your children whilst you carry out your vital work. Places must be booked in advance - an email is sent out each week asking you to detail which days you need childcare for.  This is so staffing can be arranged. 

Children should wear their own clothes and bring a packed lunch and plenty to drink (there are no school meals or breaktime fruit).

If you are entitled to free school meals (not KS1 free meals) you will have been receiving an email with e-vouchers attached.  


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Parents of children at the school should frequently check back here, and also keep an eye on their emails and texts from the school on a regular basis.

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People with symptoms are no longer required to call NHS 111 but are instead urged to look for information on the NHS website and 111 online.  We have a duty of care to all the pupils and staff at the school and it is the duty of everyone to act responsibly.  We are disinfecting all door handles, switches, buttons and high-use surface areas on a daily basis, and encouraging children to wash their hands regularly throughout the day.
Any children showing symptoms (a continuous cough or high temperature) are now advised to self-isolate (click here for more details).  Please inform the school (01454 866786) if this is the case for your child.  We would not expect you to call the school each day to report your child's absence as we will assume the absence will continue for the full isolation period, but if your child is still not feeling well after the first seven days of isolation, you should contact 111 online and keep the school updated.


More information is available here.  We will update these details on a regular basis so parents/carers should ensure that they frequently check back for further information. 




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