Dear Parents / Carers
The Family Support Team will be working throughout this lockdown period, to help you with any problems/queries you have, and to offer support and guidance.
We will be contacting the families of children who are not in school (ie: not key workers), to have a chat, catch up with you and support where necessary. However, if your child is in school, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries (or just for a chat !)
If you need to speak to us in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Stay safe and we will speak to you soon.
Your Family Support Team
Glynis & Tracy (Blythdale)
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the following companies who have been so generous with their donations for our families this Christmas.
The Keel Row Pub
Blyth Town Counci (Operation Elf)
On behalf of the Family Support Team (Glynis, Tracy and Demi), we would like to wish all our families a safe and very Merry Christmas, and look forward to working with you all in the New Year
December has arrived, and this has been a very long and strange year. I think Santa knows that everyone needs cheering up, so he has chosen our school to take part in his ‘Surprise Raffle’
Every child in school will be entered into the draw, and one of his Elves will draw the names out (this will of course be done when the children have gone home – we don’t want any Elf Spotting in school so early) !!
There are a number of prizes, including Hampers, Tins of Biscuits, and selection boxes. So fingers crossed and good luck (but I am sure that there are enough prizes for everyone) !
Glynis, Tracy and Demi (Family Support Team)
This week in the garden a group of christmas Elves were playing hide and seek. We had great fun finding them in our special christmas school garden.
In Outdoor Learning we have being making our own pens out of sticks and making our own ink using fruits and spices. We used test tubes to mix the ink and fruit peelers to make our pens. We had great fun testing them out.
The children have been working on creating a remembrance day garden in outdoor learning lessons. We made poppies for our remembrance garden and also ate some beans out of a tin can and listened to some old music . We also had a minute silence next to our remembrance day poppies.