Snow Day!

Firstly, apologies to those of you who checked the website today and saw that school was closed. A new message was posted early this morning to say that we are open however it appears that for a period of time this morning the message on the banner reverted to yesterday’s post.

With public transport severely delayed and several transport companies cancelling their routes only 35% of students and 85% of staff have made it in. To allow everyone to get home safely school will be closing at 1pm today.

For those who are missing the routine of a normal school day please remember that Sumdog is a maths programme that is pitched at the appropriate level for each individual and is accessible from home. Alternatively, we would welcome any snow inspired poems or pieces of creative writing to be handed in when you return to school.

Stay safe and enjoy the snow.

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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