The children at St Brigid's have marked the events of Holy Week by creating reflections for Palm Sunday, The Last Supper, The Garden of Gethsemane and The Stations of the Cross.
The children will watch each reflection during Holy Week and use them to commemorate the Passion of Jesus Christ
We cannot wait to welcome back ALL our pupils to school on Monday. We have been waiting a long time for this day! We know that many of you will be anxious about the full re-opening of school but please rest assured that we have put in place all the necessary measures to ensure that your child is safe whilst in school. It is important that we all play our part in keeping ourselves and each other safe and the information below will support this. From Monday we can we hope to wave goodbye to Remote Learning and let the children enjoy being back in the classroom with their friends and teachers.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us via the school office: 0121 4642364 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you all on Monday!
We have a confirmed case at our school. Please know that we have contacted the DFE and have taken all the necessary steps and precautions.
PLEASE stay safe and well.
School will be open on Tuesday 26th January to children of critical workers and vulnerable pupils. Remote learning will continue as usual for all other pupils.
Please take extra care on pavements and paths as you make your way into school.
Parents who are critical workers / vulnerable children who are not attending should report any absences by calling the school by 9am.
Take care and stay safe and well.
SCHOOL CLOSURE: Monday 25th January 2021
Dear parents and carers,
Due to the poor weather conditions we are currently experiencing and after careful consideration and assessment of the risks involved, all Lumen Christi schools sites will remain closed to staff and all pupils, tomorrow, Monday 25th January.
Although the snowfall seems to have eased, it is still quite deep in some areas and with reduced traffic due to lockdown, some roads are significantly affected. Our main concern is that temperatures are due to drop below freezing throughout the night and into the morning which would make for treacherous conditions for staff and pupils travelling to school. For the health and safety of everyone and to support efforts to minimise the potential impact of additional accidents on the NHS we feel this is the best decision.
As a result of the hard work and initiative of staff over these challenging months, teachers and pupils are well prepared for continuing with their education and accessing remote learning when they are not in school tomorrow. There may be limited provision of live lessons but pupils should be familiar with how they approach their on line learning and parents can access further ideas and activities via the school website. Any time away from the screen for physical activity could of course be spent outside in the snow!
The weather seems set to improve from mid-morning tomorrow and so we envisage re-opening school sites at the usual times on Tuesday morning for those vulnerable and key worker pupils who have been attending already this term.
The leaders and staff of Lumen Christi remain committed to working in the best interests of our children and families during the current challenges.
Stay home, keep warm and keep safe!
Catholic Senior Executive Leader
Please see the letter below regarding a positive case at St Brigid's. Please know that we are following dfe advice and public health guidelines to keep everyone in our school community safe.
We know that this is a worrying time for everyone and we are here if you need anything.
Please keep safe and well.
We hope that you have received the letter regarding the arrangements from tomorrow following the Prime Minister's decision to lockdown the country again. We know the distress this lockdown may cause and how much your child will miss being in school if they are not able to attend. Please know that we are at the end of the phone/ email if you need anything. We are here to help and support each and everyone of you in any way we can. Please stay safe and well and encourage your child to access the online learning and paper work packs.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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