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Notification and Advice letter

1st November, 2020   Dear parent or carer, Notification and Advice letter We have been made aware that we have two confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) at Beechwood Junior School. We have followed the national guidance and spoken with Public Health today.  Public Health has advised as your child has not been in direct contact with this adult due to symptoms appearing during
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September Re-Opening: Government guidelines relating to Covid-19

Following the most recent government guidelines relating to Covid-19, these are the changes from the Parent Handbook that have put in place for September 2020 Opening of school: On Monday, 7th September 2020, the school will reopen for all children. We will be organising children into year group ‘bubbles’ and will be minimising the number of adults they will interact with outside of their
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Preparations for re-opening the school – Parental Information

Preparations for re-opening the school – Parental Information Opening of school: On 2nd June the school will reopen for children of keyworker parents who have already arranged a place for their child at the school.  For this first week, they will be in for Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th June. In order to maintain safety for all pupils and staff, and to
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School Closure

Dear parents/carers, School is currently closed for the majority of children. If it has been agreed that your child is due to attend, please arrive at 8:40am and pick them up promptly at 3:05pm Thank you for your understanding and if you do have any concerns, then please contact the school office on 02380 227692 to discuss.        


We have decided to develop an Outdoor Learning Zone

We have decided to develop an Outdoor Learning Zone using an area of woodland on Glenfield Infant School’s grounds. There is a lot of research supporting how spending time in a natural environment helps to develop children’s independence, resilience and risk management. The Year 4 children will be taking part in five Wednesday afternoon sessions over this, our trial year. As the sessions will
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So, 3 weeks ago, this happened…

Can you believe it?! I’ve now got a sister! She’s called Doris and is 5 so she’s a bit older than me but obviously not as smart – I haven’t seen her do a single trick yet! I’m not going to lie, I wasn’t exactly thrilled about it to start with: she kept stealing my bed, trying to eat my treats, taking my cuddles,
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My birthday sleepover!

On 3rd May, it was my birthday! I couldn’t believe I was going to be three already – do you know how many years that is in dog years? What do you think: 10, 19 or 28? Keep reading until the end to find out just how old I am in human years… I bet you do all sorts of fun stuff to celebrate
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Mes vacances en france!

Bonjour mes amis! As I said in the last blog, I was soon to be off to France for the Easter holidays so I thought it was about time I let you know what I’ve been up to and how I got on in the tunnel under the sea! As you can see I was very excited for my holiday… When we left home,
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Life at doggie day care!

Mrs Cotton said that lots of you ask her what I am doing during the day now that I’m not at school so I thought I would show you a few pictures – it’s basically what I used to only get to do at the weekends before but now I get to do it all week too! Digging holes and eating the dirt with
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Life as a retiree…

I’m sure most of you know by now that I’ve retired as in dog years I am now the ripe age of 18 and it’s about time I left primary school! I have told Mrs Cotton that I will still do my blog as it’s good for me to keep up my literacy skills and I would still love to let you all know
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