Our schools are minimising the number of visitors they receive, as well as the amount of time visitors spend on the school premises, during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. This will help to minimise group mixing and make it easier to maintain social distancing in school.
We expect all visitors to: 1. only visit the school premises if absolutely necessary. Please phone instead, request a call or request an online meeting if possible. 2. not enter the premises if you or any members of your household have symptoms of coronavirus. 3. clean your hands with alcohol gel (provided) when you enter and leave the building. 4. follow the same procedures as those in place for staff, ie social distancing (2m), avoid touching surfaces and do not enter areas of the school without the permission of staff.
Thank you for your support in keeping our pupils, staff and families safe.
Teachers: Mrs Court (Mon,Tues,Weds), Mr Gribble (Mon-Fri)
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Zessimides and Mrs Newman
Previous home learning videos can be found through the tab 'Parents' - 'Video Clips'.
We will get through these difficult times if we keep working together...
Dear Y6 children and your parents and carers,
Firstly, I hope that you are well in these very unusual times.
A reminder - every class at Widey Court have their own Twitter page. I would love to see more parents following Saltram Class.
It would be great if more of you joined in because Twitter is updated frequently. There are lots of links to activities to keep you occupied during the lockdown. Also, you can post comments, request advice, get help with learning and stay in touch!
Just search Twitter for @WideySaltram.
I hope you can join us!
Best wishes from Mr Gribble and Mrs Court
PLEASE KEEP YOUR LEARNING AND REVISION PRACTICE GOING SO THAT YOU WILL BE IN A STRONG POSITION FOR STARTING SECONDARY SCHOOL
Year 6 SATs
Year 6 SATs will not go ahead this year. Please read this announcement from the Government Department for Education:
The 2019/20 national curriculum assessments will not take place due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.