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Weekly Wave – 03.07.2020

Transition into new year groups 
Over the next couple of weeks we will be delivering transition for all children. Although it wont look like what we have done in previous years we will be doing lots of things to try and ease anxieties for September. Teachers will be discussing this with each family during their weekly phone calls next week.
School reopening in September
As you will be aware the government announced all schools will be ‘reopening’ in September. We will be sharing with parents more details about this over the next couple of weeks. We understand you will have huge anxieties, please be reassured we will do our very best to ease these and make the transition back into school as smooth as possible.
Goodbye Miss Meade
We are sorry to say a goodbye to Miss Meade who is moving to Leeds and will not be with us in September. We wish her all the best of luck in her new job. She will be missed!!!
Class teachers for September
It is with great pleasure that I can say that Miss Santos will be taking over Miss Meade as year 4 class teacher! She will be joined by the lovely Mrs Smith – with their combined years (not allowed to say how many) of experience they will make the ultimate year 4 dream team!
Buttercups: Mrs Seaver, Mrs Good and Miss Morgan
Daisies: Miss Hemingway and Miss Cawkwell
Tulips: Mrs Hepworth and Mrs Pinder
Sunflowers: Mrs Dunnachie, Mrs Craft (on Mondays) and Mrs Bates
Willows: A change for Mr Dear and Mrs Craft
Birches: Miss Santos and Mrs Smith
Elms: Miss Maden and Miss Coggin
Oaks: Mr Frankish, Mrs Stead and Mrs Shaw
Blossoms: Miss Wilson and Mrs Harrington
Reports
School reports will be going out over the next couple of weeks. You will be contacted by Miss Wilson who will issue you a time to come and collect or if you prefer these can be sent in the post.
Superstars of the week
Buttercups: Marty – For trying really hard with his speech and language at home
Daisies: Evie C – for showing resilience and riding your bike
Tulips: Sienna L for trying really hard with her speech on the phone
Sunflowers: Max B and his mum for working so hard at home with Max’s learning
Willows: Caleb – for being a pleasure to have in school
Birches: Heidi C – for her resilience with maths work
Elms:Layla for working really hard on her first week back to school
Oaks: Tyler- For producing great quality work
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