The end of term is on the 17 July and we start back for compulsory school on Tuesday 8th September when once again, after an unprecedented 6 months we will have all our pupils back in school. We look forward to welcoming everybody on that date. Thanks to all the parents and the governors who have been very encouraging and supportive during the pandemic. It has not been a straightforward and easy time for any of us. I would also like to thank the group of parents, in Year 6, who have worked tirelessly on our FAB ( Friends At Beecroft) parent group in raising money, tea and coffee, sports days over the 7 years that your children have been at Beecroft. We will be sending you off to high school with your children and we will miss everything you do for us on a weekly basis. Year 6 have their presentations and last day challenges and we wish them well at high school. I hope that parents and pupils feel that they are ready for the challenges ahead.
By now you should all have received details of next year’s classes, teachers and new entry points into school. We will be operating very much as we are now with the staggered start 8.30-9.00, finish 3.15-3.30 and separate entrances and exits. That information has been sent to you already for your year group. Strict hygiene measures and full risk assessments are in place for September.
If you have any questions at all before 17 July please ring school or email. School will not be open over summer so we cannot answer queries then. Uniform can be collected from the school car park on 7 September between 12-1 pm.
I hope that all families can get out and about to enjoy a summer break. Once again my thanks to all of you.
School starts for the autumn term on 8th September when all pupils are expected to be in – school is back to being compulsory and it is the law to send your child every day. I know that you will all want to get your children off to a good start.
Best wishes for a restful summer break,