Book & Work Materials Distribution

Updated: Jan 25

Hello everyone,

We hope you are all well and settling into remote learning. We know it is not ideal but we are trying to make it as fun and interactive as we can. Please let us know if you need any further support.


When the government decided that we should move to remote learning from January 11th, we had already made sure everyone was set up on Seesaw, and that you had a pack of work for the first two weeks. Nobody knew then how the 'numbers' would develop, or how long remote learning would continue. We do know that we will not be back in face-to-face learning until at least February 1st, and possibly a bit later than that. The packs will contain enough to keep going for a little while.

For this reason, we have decided that we will open up on Monday January 25th to distribute books/packs to ensure that the children have access to the materials they need to continue remote learning for the next number of weeks. We are going to distribute packs according to class, starting with the juniors and the teacher of your youngest child will have the materials for older siblings so you only have to drop in once.


Parents/guardians are asked to follow our smiley markers and queue safely, wearing a mask. Books will be distributed from the Junior door/gate and the Senior door/gates. All distribution will take place from the Greendale Avenue side and we ask that you line up at the gate listed below for your youngest child's class. Please do not bring children unless you have absolutely no choice and then, please keep children at your side throughout the process. Everyone's safety is paramount.

We are looking forward to seeing you on Monday and wish you well for the next period of remote learning.

Sally & staff


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