Stay Home - Stay Safe

Like many of you will have done, I stepped outside my front door yesterday evening to join the tribute to the entire NHS and social care staff team across the country. I blew a vuvuzela loud enough so my eldest son could hear it at his house two streets away! I clapped along with my next-door neighbours.

We, at school, are proud and humble at the same time, to be able to help in our own tiny way by offering essential child care for the real heroes - the critical workers.

We will be open over what was to be the Easter holiday. We have so many staff offering to be here that we could have a 3 to 1 adult to child ratio! We are happy to help in a small way a gigantic effort by the nation. We will be responsible by only having the necessary staffing level each day. All other colleagues are told to stay at home and limit social contacts.


What we must all do, the scientists and medics tell us, is to stay home, stay safe and save lives.


Dr Who, Jodie Whittaker, posted this message:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52038051


Easter is a time of hope. It is a message of triumph and overcoming the worst of times. It carries the important message that others are there for us, that love will overcome, and that God is eternal - this is not the end of things. (It's why we have not said 'goodbye' to the children - because we will see them again soon.)


Make a rainbow and send us a photo. Join in the annual Easter Egg Model Competition and send in an entry - see emails. Check out the weekly music and 'dance' video from school staff. Do a little of the learning activity we send out. But most importantly right now, stay home and stay safe. We will be together again soon.

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