It’s been a bit of a whirlwind to say the least since we came back after the Christmas Holidays.
We are continually reviewing our risk assessments and protocols to ensure we are following the latest guidance to safeguard our young people, their families and our staff.
As we approach our last week of the school year, I have to say it’s been like no other, for good and bad reasons.
Well, it’s been a long and busy week at Spring Brook Primary as we’ve been impacted again by adults having to self-isolate whilst test results come through.
I hope you’ve all had a lovely weekend – can you believe that it will be December on Tuesday?!?!? I never normally put up my decorations at home until about mid-December, but the
I have been catching up with what all of our children have been up to this week, as unfortunately I haven’t been well and only made it into school on Monday.
Sorry this is short blog this week.
Phew, we made it….
Only one week left until we break up for half term and thankfully we have managed to avoid having to close our bubble so far.
It’s been a week of meetings this week for me – I have met with the Executive Team to update our Risk Assessment, I have met with families to discuss the progress their children