Home Learning letter 20.03.2020Read More
Welcome to the Kimberworth Community Primary School website.
We are very proud of our school. Every effort is made by all the staff to create a happy and caring atmosphere and an inclusive environment where each child feels confident and valued. Our fantastic children work together to achieve their best, showing respect and care for others. Every member of our school community has a whole hearted commitment to giving their best, hence our school motto: One community achieving together.
It is important to us that all our children are successful. We believe that they deserve the best possible chances in life and so we have high expectations of them to ensure that every child is able to achieve their full potential and achieve the highest of standards. We provide a varied, relevant and interesting curriculum with lots of opportunities for the children to learn through first hand activities. Through this we aim to develop lifelong learners who have the knowledge, skills and confidence needed for the next stage of their learning journey and for their future life.
I hope that you will find the information on the website useful and informative. If you would like to visit the school, please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.
Following the government’s announcement regarding school closures we must advise you that school will close to the majority of children from tomorrow afternoon (Friday 20th March) until further notice. We will continue to keep you updated by text message and through the school website www.kimberworthprimary.org.uk as soon as we have any further information or guidance.
We would like to remind you that children can access learning through the website under the parent area and under the homework tab for Classes 1-6. Foundation 1 & 2 classes will receive learning through the ‘Class Dojo’ app. Practising these learning activities regularly and reading every day will really benefit your child.
*Learning packs will be sent home with children in school tomorrow. For those children who are self-isolating these will be posted by staff members to home addresses*
We are awaiting definitive guidance as to what constitutes a key worker but our current understanding is that this will include at least NHS staff and emergency service workers. Can you please click on the image to the right or the link below, print and complete the slip if you think you may fall into the category of a ‘key worker’ and would require your child to attend school during the closure period, this includes the Easter holiday period which would have fallen between 6th April-17th April. We will notify you of any changes upon receipt of further guidance.
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