14th July 2020
NEW FORM CLASS ALLOCATIONS 2020-2021
It is that time of year again when our students begin to prepare moving up to their next year group. Ordinarily, pupils would find out this information in school, however due to the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, this has been unable to happen this year. In place of this usual arrangement, please see a list below of each form class in school and which teacher will be their new form teacher in September 2020.
5RbM will become 6AL Mr Lillie
5SM will become 6GB Mr Burt
5GP will become 6HC Mrs Hook and Mrs Carnegie
5CB will become 6KB Mr Bell
6AL will become 7EA Mrs Andreou
6GB will become 7JLx Miss Lomax
6KB will become 7RM Mr Mills
6HC will become 7FH Miss Henderson
7EA will become 8TH Mrs Hetherington
7RS will become 8JR Mrs Richardson
7JLx will become 8JB Miss Bird
7RM will become 8DB Mr Boddy
All students will take part in two pastoral and orientation days in September, where they will get to know their form teacher and settle back into school after the summer holidays. This will be particularly important this year of course, as so many children have not been in school for so long. We will make sure everyone understands the safety expectations and requirements to stay within their year group ‘bubble’ and we will also work on wellbeing and positive mental health. Timetabled lessons will then begin in the second week of the new Autumn term. Please note that we have also scheduled a Year 5 only day on Wednesday 2nd September, to provide transition opportunities that have been impossible this term. Therefore, Year 6, 7 and 8 will return to school on Thursday 3rd September 2020.
Monday 31st August 2020: Bank holiday
Tuesday 1st September 2020: Teacher training day
Wednesday 2nd September 2020: Year 5 only day
Thursday 3rd September 2020: Year 6, 7 and 8 return to school. Pastoral day 1
Friday 4th September 2020: Pastoral day 2
We thank you all for your continued support and cannot wait to welcome everyone back in September.
Mr Richard Oades
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