By Headteacher A Perry - 28th June 2020 6:08am
Stay Connected at Audlem St James CE Primary School
Again this week I have felt more like a Headteacher as we welcomed Year 1 back to school. I carried on seeing beaming smiles and laughter as joyful children were walking back through the doors of Audlem Primary school.
I am the proudest headteacher in the country seeing the children wearing their school uniform and waiting to come through those doors. The week has gone smoothly and there have been many exciting activities going on in reception and Year 1 classes as well as the key workers group (Rainbow Bubble). We now can't wait for Year 6 children to return next week.
As the week has progressed the children have adapted to the different routines in school and I know that they will help the other children as they arrive over the next few weeks.
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