Bhylls Acre Primary School

News


02 April

Hello Children!

Dear Children,

I hope you are all feeling well and enjoying your packs of work. I do know some of you will be ready for more after the Easter break and I am delighted to tell you, we are setting up a resource centre on our website. This is new, you will be able to click on your class and find a message from your teacher along with some new activities.

The weather is going to be sunny and warm over the weekend, get out into your gardens and enjoy it. Play football, dance or jump on those trampolines you keep telling me about.

Are you looking forward to Easter? Year 3 and 4, why don't you sing some of your Easter songs for your parents? you can still make an Easter Bonnet take a picture of it for our Twitter account. Try not too eat too many chocolate eggs and do share them with your mum, dad, brothers and sisters.

Mums and dads are working very hard to keep us safe at the moment, please be on your best behaviour and tidy up your toys and games when you have finished playing.

I hope you all have a, Happy Easter, stay safe and well. 

Warmest wishes,

Mrs L Dunn - Head Teacher

24 March

Good afternoon...

We are now in the second day of our school closure and day 1 of the UK  lockdown. Much has changed since I wrote to you on Friday and I am hearing about all the wonderful learning you are doing with your children. Please do however remember, we are not home schooling and the children of essential workers are not following the curriculum, we are only offering a childcare service based upon critical need. Enjoy the practical activities; gardening in this beautful spring weather, baking and that daily walk which means so much to us now. Enjoy sharing stories, blowing bubbles and enjoy a good board game - so good for social skills and language development.

It is important to follow government advice. If you are a key worker, only send your child to school if there is no one at home to look after them. We have a very limited staff and will try to stay open for as long as possible. The more exposure our staff have with others the more likely they are to become ill. The advice from the government is clear, stay home and stay safe. 

If you are a key worker, when dropping off and collecting your child, please do not enter the buidling, practise social distancing and do not gather at the gate.

Thinking of you all.

Kind regards,

Mrs L D Dunn - Head Teacher

20 March

Stay safe and well

Good afternoon,

Children have gone home with their packs today and updates will be issued in due course. I would like to reassure all parents that we are still here and ready to welcome you and your children back, as soon as we are allowed to do so. The Bhylls Acre community is very strong, Sam and Joy will continue to man the telephones and I am more than happy to assist in any way that I can. My message to you is simple, stay safe, stay well and I look forward to seeing you all again soon.

Warmest wishes,

Mrs L D Dunn - Head Teacher

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