Click here to see this week’s bulletin, with important news about staffing and INSET days.
Here is this week’s bulletin (26.6.20). If you are a key worker, and have not managed to find alternative provision for Wednesday, please contact Mr Hargreaves. firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an easy-to-use guide for you and your child explaining some details about returning to school.
This letter explains everything you need to know about the Morecambe Bay Foodbank Uniform Project. There is a confidential survey to fill in so they can plan our their provision.
Please see attached letter for Y6 parents regarding detailed plans for next week’s reopening.
Please see the attached letter outlining our plans to reopen school to a wider amount of pupils from Monday 22 June.
Here is this week’s bulletin 12.6.20. Have a lovely weekend!
As the Y6 children can’t go to the Isle of Man next week, we’ve created a lost of activities for them to try. Click here for details – remember to send us pictures and videos!
Following further guidance from the Director for Public Health in Lancashire, here is the latest letter regarding potential school reopening. 8.6.20
Here is this week’s bulletin: 5.6.20
Here is the latest update about Key Worker provision and home learning. Posted 1.6.20
Please read the latest parental letter, including LCC guidance, explaining why we are not opening for more year groups from 1 June: posted 28.5.20 We are still open for children of Key Workers, and vulnerable children.
Here is this week’s bulletin: please read carefully as it talks about the school’s preparations for a possible phased return of children from 1.6.20.
This letter updates parents about how we are beginning to plan for the reopening of school. Please read this carefully.
Last night (Sunday 10 May), the Prime Minister announced that by June 1st, they may be in a position to “Get primary pupils back into schools in stages.”
More details will be published by the government this week: we will use this guidance to support our planning moving forward, with the safety of our children, parents and staff paramount in this process.
At the moment, school remains closed except for children of key workers who absolutely have no other alternative.
Stay safe and keep in touch.
Home learning: home learning sheets are now uploaded weekly onto each class page. There is also a video from your child’s class teacher introducing the new topic and giving suggestions about how you can support your child at home in these difficult times. Stay in touch with your class teacher via email – they would love to hear from you.
Y5/6 are now using Google Classroom – if you have any questions about this, email email@example.com.
Weekly bulletin 1.5.20. Have a fantastic weekend.
Weekly bulletin 24.4.20. Have a great weekend.
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!
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.