By Mr A Perry, Headteacher - 11th July 2020 6:08am
A couple of extracts from this week's newsletter from Audlem C E Junior School
Year 6 leavers
On Monday next week Year 6 will have their photos taken as part of them leaving the school. They will have individual and then small group photos which will be altered later so that it looks like the whole class are standing together. This will be an emotional time for both staff and children as they realise that a new part of their education is now only around the corner.
We will be opening to all pupils full time from September, subject to any change in circumstance such as a local lockdown. A letter has been sent out today to parents/carers of children in Reception to Y5 giving details for our September opening. Full details are available on the school website where you will find a draft risk assessment for September under the "Return to School" tab. We are very excited to be able to welcome you all back. There will be some fairly significant changes from how school used to operate but it will be wonderful to get back to some kind of normality.
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