There is a weather warning for overnight and tomorrow (Friday 7th January).
Heavy snow is forecast.
School will be open on Friday 7th January and there will be some staff available.
On such days, we believe that it is a matter for parents/carers as to whether it is possible and safe to travel in extreme weather conditions.
Please note that remote online learning will be available so everyone can access learning from home if needed.
Our last day in school today proved to be a very exciting one as we were lucky to receive a special visitor dressed in a red suit.
He managed to find time to visit the children in Reception and KS1 pulling his sledge of presents and even said hello to our KS2 children too.
We are pleased to report that Santa spoke to Mr Fernandes (via ‘Teams’ of course!) and informed him that all our children at St Marie’s have made it onto the ‘good’ list!
Many thanks to everyone who gave up their time to set this up in a safe way – especially Santa and his helpers!
Everyone at St Marie’s hope that you are all able to enjoy a wonderful Christmas break with your families and we would like to wish you all our good wishes for the New Year.
The moment you have all been waiting for…. Our ‘Premier Screening’ of the 2020 Reception and Key stage 1 Nativity performance can be seen below.
Please share this with your family and friends.
Our Nativity may have been a little different this year, but it did not make it any less special. An AMAZING team effort was needed to pull this off while keeping everyone safe, but it was important to maintain a sense of normality in a year that has been far from normal.
“We wish you all a MERRY and SAFE Christmas”