Our Year 2020-21:
In KS3/4 Horticulture lessons, the pupils have been harvesting potatoes which were planted before lockdown. They cooked them on the new firepit which was made using bricks that had been generously donated. Everyone then taste tested the potatoes, which most of the pupils gave a thumbs up to.
The main school building and senior block have had new windows and panels installed over the last few weeks. It has been a total transformation both inside and outside.. All windows open for extra ventilation which is needed at the moment. Going forward into the winter months they will make the school more energy efficient by cutting down on heating bills and also giving extra security. We are very happy with the results and thank Keys Trust for their support with this project.
We were delighted to return to school in September following a lengthy lockdown followed by the summer break. The children have adapted really well to all the changes. We have one way systems in place, more handwashing and hand sanitising. The classes all work, play and eat in their bubbles in order to keep everyone safe. Some of the classes have been bubble painting in order to make art to show their understanding of the changes we have made at this time.
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