Ninfield CE School

Ninfield CE School

Latest Coronavirus News and Head's updates

28th September 2020

Dear Parents/Carers 

I am very pleased to return to school and would like to thank all of you for your personal messages of support to me. I would also like to thank Miss Staplehurst and Mrs Cavie for all they have done to maintain the school during this 'very different' start to the academic year.

The school risk assessments are working effectively and the children have settled in very well - particularly the new Busy Bees Class. Thank you to you all for supporting all our new arrangements.

If you have anything you wish to raise with me, do please email the school office and I will reply as soon as I can. The email is: office@ninfieldce.e-sussex.sch.uk.

The first newsletter of the year has been sent out and is on the website, or you can follow this link:

www.ninfieldceschool.org.uk/News/Newsletters

I am very much looking forward to seeing more of you over the forthcoming weeks.

Take care

Chris Brown

 

14th September 2020

The following document provides guidance on what to do if your child is feeling unwell and what symptoms to look for. The document also describes the action that the School will take if your child exhibits Covid 19 symptoms while in school.

Covid 19 advice

Best wishes  

Miss Staplehurst (Deputy Headteacher) & Mrs Cavie (Inclusion Manager)

 

 2nd September 2020 

We hope you have had a lovely summer break and we are looking forward to welcoming you back to school on Friday 4th September.  

As you are already aware, different classes will be entering school at staggered times and at allocated entrances as follows: 

Busy Bees – 9 – 9:10am through the front office entrance 

Ladybirds – 9 – 9:10am through the green playground gate 

Butterflies – 8:40 – 8:50am through the green playground gate 

Grasshoppers – 8:40 – 8:50am through the front office entrance 

Dragonflies – 8:40-8:50am through the black car park gate 

Wasps – 8:40 – 8:50am through the MUGA gate 

 Please may we remind you to be respectful of social distancing during drop off and pick up times.  

 

Children will be washing their hands at regular intervals throughout the day, please remind your child why this is important and how it keeps them safe.  

Children need to ensure they have their water bottle, coat and lunch if appropriate. 

Book bags and PE kits will be required from Monday 7th September. Children are reminded not to bring any other personal items into school.  

 

Below is a returning to school story that you might like to share with your child.  

Social Story

In addition, the Government have produced a short document with regards to what parents need to know about their child/children returning to school:  

Returning to primary school: what parents need to know

 

Shortly, your teacher will be sending home a letter which details your child’s curriculum coverage for Term 1.

PSHE coverage for Term 1 will focus on a Recovery Curriculum looking at emotions, resilience, friendship and self-esteem in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.  

If you have any questions or queries, you first point of contact is your class teacher who will be available at the gate during drop off and pick up times. Additionally, Miss Staplehurst and Mrs Cavie will be available, this includes if you wish to raise any safeguarding concerns. Please arrange contact through the school office.  

We are looking forward to having the whole school back together again for the start of the new school year.  

 

Best wishes  

Miss Staplehurst (Deputy Headteacher) & Mrs Cavie (Inclusion Manager)