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Newsletter Issue 09

Message from The Headteacher

We've had a great first week back after the half term. Of course we continue to maintain our measures to mitigate against the spread of the COVID-19 virus. I need to inform that a member of staff tested positive for the virus during the half term break. They have not attended school since the onset of symptoms, which was more than 48 hours after they were last here. I have checked with the relevant authorities and there is no need for anyone else to be impacted by this. I'm pleased to say that our colleague is recovering well.
We have been fortunate so far in that we have not been seriously affected as a school, unlike some of our near neighbours in Muswell Hill. However, we need to remain alert to the risks and follow the guidance. Thank you for your support with this.

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Newsletter Issue 08

Message from The Headteacher

Thank you all for your support this half-term. Despite the restrictions that the pandemic has imposed on us, we've had a really good start to the school year. I think all of us, adults and children, found that it took a little time to get back to where we were, the routines and structures, but we are up and running and so many great things have happened. I've seen wonderful pieces of work that the children have done, both here and at home, so thank you for your support with that. Our

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Newsletter Issue 07

Message from The Headteacher

Focus Subject of the Week – Science

There is a lot of brilliant scientific learning happening across the school at the moment. David Attenborough class have been exploring their environment and materials like thick, gloopy mud, and swishy swashy grass - the kind of things you find on a bear hunt really. Helen Sharman class have been looking for mini-beasts and learning all about them.
In key stage 1, Mae Jemison class have been learning all about Mae herself and her scientific work

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