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STATEMENT OF SCHOOL INTENT

At our school, we provide a safe, respectful and nurturing environment, where the uniqueness of every individual is celebrated. Reading is at the heart of our school and central to the children’s learning. We believe that a curriculum that is literacy and language rich is essential to open doors for our children’s futures. We offer a broad and balanced, enquiry-based curriculum with quality, meaningful and memorable experiences, to inspire a love of learning. Through challenging and stimulating lessons, we prepare our children to realise their potential. We enable our pupils to acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes working both independently and collaboratively to become successful, confident and resilient learners so that they can thrive socially, morally, spiritually and culturally. It is our aim and priority that the implementation and organisation of remote learning continues this. It is crucial that you work with us in partnership to support your child to access remote learning and continue their education in the best way we can, should the need arise due to isolation as a result of the current pandemic.

Letter to Parents and Guardians

Contingency Plan For the Education of All Pupils During COVID-19 in St Cecilia's Junior School

Below you will find Weekly Remote Learning Plans for each year group and class. Within these pages all links, websites or resources you will need should be here. Teachers will upload and add more detail to the plans each night as part of their planning routine, ready for the next school day.

Parental & Pupil Feedback About Our Remote Learning Provision

What our Governors think about our Remote Education Provision:

 

On 15th March , 2021, our Governors received a presentation about our remote education provision, here's some of their feedback:

 

"Excellent, very detailed presentation and all staff to be applauded for the truly excellent remote learning they have done under very challenging circumstances - thankyou." Mrs A. Rigby

 

"An excellent report as always Suzanne. St Cecilia's will be remembered for its truly exceptional work over the lockdowns of the past year." Miss E. Slattery

 

"Fantastic presentation Suzanne, you should all be proud of what you have done for all our children to make sure they have had the support needed. Thank you." Mrs I. Caslin

 

"Well done for the report and to all staff for the hard work done over the lockdown." Mrs J. Byrne

'Moon Dust Crust' by Anthony in Y4

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The poet and author Don Conlon reads Anthony's poem 'Moon Dust Crust'. We were all blown away after reading it, and clearly so was he!
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