Dear Grange families,
Welcome Back to Autumn Term 2…
The children have had a very settled week and we as adults can learn so much from their resilience which they are showing during this pandemic! We know that this second lockdown is not ideal and may cause much anxiety for some families. School will remain open. We will continue to do all that we can to keep everyone safe by following rigid health and safety procedures, and in doing so, keep our school open for as long as we are able to.
As you are aware our parent evenings will be held virtually this year due to current covid-19 guidelines. Teachers have allocated appointment times trying to accommodate your preference as far as possible. You should have received an appointment slip with your date and the time of your appointment. If you requested a phone call the class teacher will call you using a withheld number, so please be ready to receive this call. If you requested a Microsoft Teams meeting you will receive an email with the link for the meeting. Please ensure that you use your child’s name as the display name when joining the Teams lobby/waiting room. The teacher will then give you access to the meeting at your allocated time. As with all parent/teacher evenings, should things run a bit behind, please be patient. Teachers are really looking forward meeting with you next week.
After fourteen (14) successful years at Grange Primary School, Ms Rebecca Dunkin will be leaving the school today to take up another teaching position. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Ms Dunkin for all her contributions and organising exciting school events. We would like to thank her for all her hard work and wish her well!
25th Work Anniversary
Congratulations to Kim Edwards (School Business Manager) who celebrates her 25th Work Anniversary at Grange today. We would like to thank Kim for being such an inspiration and for making a difference in the lives of both staff and families! Happy 25th Work Anniversary Kim!
Thank you parents for supporting all of the procedures we have in place, the children who are being so resilient and the staff, who are working above and beyond to provide the best education they can for all of the children in these continuing challenging circumstances.
Be Safe! Wash hands! Cover face! Make space!
Lorram Black and Staff of Grange Primary School