Weekly bulletin: 3.4.20. Have a lovely Easter holiday!
Easter activity sheet: these are optional activities to do as a family. Check out our Facebook page for daily messages from staff. We miss you lots!
If your child absolutely needs to come to school over Easter as a last resort, and you are a key worker, please read this letter and complete this form. Please ensure you have explored all other childcare options before sending your children to school.
27.3.20 Thank you to all parents who have been in touch with us this week – we love hearing from you. To keep giving you information, we will be sending a weekly newsletter – click the link below for this week’s edition. Check back on your class page on Monday morning for some more ideas to help you with home learning.
20.3.20 Please consider VERY carefully if your child should be in school on Monday 23 March. This childcare offer should only be accessed by children of key workers when there is ABSOLUTELY no alternative. We are in a crucial stage in slowing the spread of this virus – staying at home could save lives!
For all children at home, we will be uploading weekly learning ideas (from Monday 23 March) to assist parents to keep their children educated at this difficult time. We would love to see what you have been doing: email details will be on the activity sheets. Check your child’s class pages in the ‘Classes’ tab on the website.
18.3.20 In light of tonight’s Government update, Bolton-le-Sands CE Primary School will be closing for the foreseeable future from the end of the school day this Friday 20 March. The school will be open as normal on Thursday and Friday for all pupils who are not presenting with symptoms. We will contact you via ParentPay as soon as possible when more guidance and clarification comes through about the provision to re-open the school for vulnerable pupils and pupils of key workers.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Bolton-le-Sands Church of England Primary School’s website. We have tried to create a user friendly site that will give you an informative snapshot of life at our school, whether you are a current parent / child or a prospective parent looking for the right school for your child.
Our Mission Statement is as follows:
“With God at the centre, we reach out to support each other in learning, growth and community”
As a ‘Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School’, we aim to ensure that God is at the centre of our life in school. It is our goal to ensure that all the members of our school community are given the opportunity to get to know God and thank Him for His goodness to us. We are the village school and are at the heart of this village community, all members of this community are made very welcome in our school.
We hope that our school is a happy and caring place where each child is valued and will be given the opportunity to realise his/her potential. We have high academic, social, sporting, cultural and behavioural standards and are extremely proud of the achievements of our children. Our children are our best advertisement.
I am a strong believer in home / school partnership and am keen to ensure that parents and carers have an active role in the education of your children.
We are blessed with a supportive Governing Body and a fantastic PTFA (the “FOBLES”), both of whom enhance the children’s experience of life in school.
Please get in touch via phone, email or social media – we’d love to share our outstanding school with you.