Due to the Coronavirus schools were closed nationally in March 2020. From June 1st the Government announced that schools could re-open to children who are vulnerable, in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 and for children of Key Workers.
Our governors have opted to only open to vulnerable children and children of Key Workers at the moment. If you need to access this provision please email Mrs Barley.
It is still very important that you and your children are keeping to the latest social distancing rules, especially if your child is attending school. Where possible children should remain at home.
Below is a video that we have made for families returning to school from the start of June that explains the measures we have in place to make this as safe as possible for all of the children, parents, carers and staff. As you will see things look a little different, we have 2 classrooms open (Hedgehogs & Squirrels) a one way system, hand washing and sanitising as well as temperature checking, and designated equipment for each child. Those families accessing school at this time will have already been sent lots of information by Mrs Barley along with the new class they will be part of.
Team Westfield have worked extremely hard to get everything ready to welcome our children back to school, we hope to see more of our children and families soon, as it is safe to do so. Until we see you again, please stay safe and contact us if you have any questions.
School has provided each child with a home learning pack. please visit your class page to find more ideas on how to keep you child entertained at home whilst continuing on their learning journey. These will be updated regularly. School has also sent a letter home regarding home learning expectations, please click here to read it.
Westfield Helpline 01900 379395
Coronavirus Test 119
StarLine Helpline (home learning) 0330 3139162
SEND Helpline 0333 0150816 (10am-12pm Mon-Fri)
We now have an app, where you can check the school calendar, read newsletters, view photographs and receive notifications directly to your phone. The app is called School Jotter, you can search for it on the Apple App Store, or Google Play for android users. Alternatively click the links below.
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