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Remote learning Packs: Collection Fri 22nd January

Dear parents

Return of completed work and collection of 2nd pack:  Congratulations to you and your children for completing the first pack of work. Anecdotal feedback suggests that the vast majority of children are progressing well through their work. Staff are responding terrifically to this model of facilitating learning, supporting children at home remotely and key worker children in the school. We encourage you to continue with this mammoth effort.


We ask that you

  • Please place the completed worksheets and reading books in your child’s labelled ‘Pack 1’ folder and return to the teacher’s ‘Return box’ on Friday 22nd Jan and.
  • Collect the 2nd set of learning packs. We’d appreciate if you would use the suggested time for collection:



Time slots

A to F

1.00 pm to 1.45 pm

G to L

1.45 pm to 2.30 pm

M to O

2.30 pm to 3.15 pm

P to S

3.15 pm to 4.00 pm

T to Z

4.00 pm to 4.45 pm

After 4.45 pm, packs will be available in the school's reception hall until 9.00 pm.



Foundation Stage & KS1:

Please return and collect packs at the covered area in the playground;


Key Stage 2:

Children return and collect packs in the child’s classroom using emergency doors, where they can select additional ‘Accelerated Reading’ books. KS2 teachers will send further details via seesaw.


Engage programme:

We are providing some additional learning opportunities for some children through the ‘Engage’ programme which is supported by Mrs Corey.



Please remember that the closing date for admissions is Thursday 29 January 2021.

To apply go online on the Education Authority’s (EA) website:


Catholic Schools’ week:

The theme of Catholic Schools’ week which begins on Sunday 24th January is ‘Communities of Faith and Resilience’. This lockdown has certainly tested both our faith and resilience. I’d like to thank Mrs Donnelly for organising a special online assembly which will be broadcast on Monday 25th January. Further details will be sent via Seesaw.


In the interim, keep safe and thank you for your continued support in these most challenging times. If you would like further clarification on any aspect of the school’s provision, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


Yours sincerely


Peter Cush