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BELIEVING, LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER: School closes for half term on Thursday 22nd Oct. Starting 2nd November our new PARENT PAY cashless system will be in operation. For information about COVID procedures in school please see: Key Information - Return to School Sept 2020 tab. Please adhere to the bubble start times Year 6 (8:30am) Year 3,4,5 (8:45am) Reception, Year 1 and 2 (9am). Please arrive 5 mins before your starting time to avoid pupils and parents congregating on Brundhurst Fold. Only one adult to drop off or collect a pupil from school. Siblings can arrive together at the latest sibling drop off time. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping everyone safe. Remember HANDS, FACE, SPACE !.
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Fischy Music have written a new song called, ‘We won’t stop singing’. They are looking for children and adults to sing on a recording. If you are interested in joining in, please use the link below: 

“ Obviously we can’t get you to come into the recording studio at the moment but if you check out this link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHtbNAF_5kI&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0gJx9NZKL8HfAohgY0Box-5pPB7FLNjfelhL4dfZUZONfO02NSWhlCSao) you can find out how to send in your recording. We would love to get as many people as possible, particularly children at this time.  Many thanks! Stephen Fischbacher

Creative Director”

Worship at home

From Thursday 30th April the Archbishop is leading the first national assembly with the new online Oak National Academy. Details of this and weekly resources for our new #faithathome campaign are to be found here:

https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/news/archbishop-canterbury-lead-first-assembly-national-online-academy


The assembly will be available for livestream at 10 a.m. through the TES YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-gOKwgu5_g9Pm1YBMb5G_A and will then be held on the Oak National Academy website (as will weekly collective worship resources).

 

Launching on the same day, is #FaithAtHome which will be available to many children and young people through collective worship with Oak Academy, and through church and school networks. It will offer people of all ages and faith backgrounds a chance to pause, think and reflect, and to rebuild lost habits of prayer and faithful reflection in the home. The first videos can be accessed at www.churchofengland.org/faithathome  

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