Welcome to St. Leonard's C.E. Primary School
COVID-19 IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
School Closure – A Message from Mrs Ferriday and Staff
A big thank you to all of you for your support over the past week. We have had to close the school as you know. We hope that you all stay safe at home and are able to continue to access the work on our Online Learning Platform – Class Dojo. Let us know via email if you have any difficulties.
Thank you to everyone for thinking carefully about childcare needs. We only have a few exceptions and have been able to successfully manage this. Our preference would be that everyone stays home and stays safe, but we appreciate the tireless work of our Key Workers and will do all we can to support them.
We hope to see you all again before the end of the Summer term, but uncertainty surrounds this.
We are sad for all of our children, but particularly our Year 6 pupils. They have been a real credit to their families and have worked so very hard. We said a ‘sort of’ goodbye on Friday and wished them well at Secondary School. We will miss them all but we are still hoping to see them in July maybe. Good luck to all of you.
Keep safe and well.
A little video message from Staff at St Leonard's, we hope you are all safe!
Thank You Tesco!
On Thursday 4th June we were really pleased to receive a donation of 150 bottles of water, along with labels for names, from our local Tesco branch. We are very grateful as we cannot use our water fountains under the current situation.
The children and staff want to thank Carly Smith, Store Manager who went out of her way to arrange this and deliver them to school. She is pictured here, on the left, with Mrs Ferriday, Head Teacher and 2 of our Key worker children – Alison and Finlay
We Miss You!
Year 6 taking part in a Taekwondo lesson!
NSPCC Number Day!
Everyone here at St Leonards had an excellent day participating in number day on Friday 7th February. Having counted up the money, we raised £316.32 for the NSPCC.
Year 1 and 2 had a visit from our local Community Service Officer for a Strange Danger Safety Talk.
Chinese New Year
To celebrate Chinese New Year, 3/4AR spent the afternoon learning about Chinese culture, celebrations and values. We learnt about the different animals celebrated each year and made Chinese dragons. We hand-delivered one of these dragons to each class in school, the office and Mrs Ferriday as a symbol of kindness, strength and for good luck to the year ahead.