Following the government announcement this evening school will only be open from tomorrow onwards for the children of key workers and vulnerable children (children with a social worker)
If you have requested a place on either of these grounds please come to school as usual tomorrow and your child will go to their usual class until we have sorted out our bubbles and systems for the next period of time. If you have not yet responded to request a place and believe you are eligible please do so by 12pm tomorrow so we can arrange our groupings. Please do not ask for a place if you do not need it so we can allocate places to people who have a genuine need.
If you have a genuine reason to request a place please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give your request consideration.
We will allocate places for this week and then make solid plans for Monday onwards when we have had more time to adjust to the new systems.
If your child is coming into school please be assured we have systems in place to keep them safe and to ensure they are happy and things are kept as normal as possible for them whilst they are in school as this is difficult for them too.
If your child is at home remote learning will be posted on seesaw daily for you to access. Please remember there is no requirement for you to do this by a certain time, we understand you have your own commitments and pressures at home.
We will communicate more fully in the next few days and the weeks ahead but if you have any questions or concerns please direct them all to email@example.com as this email will be manned at all times during the day by one of of SLT team who can respond to your query. Please do not raise practical questions with teachers via seesaw so they can focus on delivering teaching and learning for your children.
A very warm welcome to Penwortham Middleforth C of E Primary School’s website.
I am very proud to be the Headteacher of this wonderful school.
We believe in providing our children with the best quality education in a caring environment built on our school Christian values.
We provide our children with an interesting, exciting and challenging curriculum and offer them a wide range of learning opportunities within class, our excellent outdoor facilities and through a wide range of educational visits. We work hard to ensure all the children in our school receive the best possible care and education appropriate to their needs. We are very proud of the excellent behaviour of our children and their care for each other and we are passionate about teaching our children how to become responsible citizens of the world and how to live harmoniously with others and equipping them with life skills to ensure they reach their full potential.
We work closely with our families to ensure children are getting the best possible support. Your help and support plays a vital part in the education of your child. We are always happy to talk with you about your child’s achievements and progress. Weekly newsletters keep you up to date with school activities, along with blogs on this website and we welcome your involvement in all aspects of the life of our school.
Visitors are always welcome so that you can experience our lovely school for yourselves. All visitors comment on the friendly and warm atmosphere within the school and the richness of the teaching environment. It is only by visiting a school during the school day and seeing everyone working together that the real ethos of learning can be experienced and I would be delighted to show you around.
Should you require any further information about our school please do not hesitate to contact me.
Mrs Christine Adams