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Weekly News Friday 12 February

Dear Parents and Carers

 

“I hope that we all will live Lent well, following Jesus and carrying within us a ray of his love for all those we meet.” Pope Francis

 

This week we see the end of Term 3 a term in which most parents and carers have had to take on the role of teachers helping to support their children with their remote education.

 

I congratulate all for the tremendous effort everyone has made.

 

I must confess this lock down feels a little harder than the last probably due to the time of the year and the fact that the weather was so good to us last time. At least the arrival of snow this week has brought some joy to the children as they have been able to get out and play.

 

No School Week Beginning 15 February

Next week the school is on half term holiday so there will be no Home Learning set until Tuesday 23 February as the Staff have a training day on Monday 22 February.

 

Ash Wednesday 17 February

Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesday the beginning of Lent, the period of time when we as Christians prepare for the great celebration of Easter. If you wish to join St Teresa’s parish for Mass you can log into their YouTube channel which can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAuTG0B3CUX026uuc7ums6A

 

Lenten Fund Raising

During Lent we as a school run various activities to raise money for charity. This year we are going to continue with our fund raising but will have to change the way we do things due to COVID restrictions. We have some exciting and fun events planned so please watch out for further information on the Latest News page and for our text alerts.

 

Reporting a Positive Test for COVID-19 during the half Term

If your child has been attending school this week and they test positive for COVID-19 you will need to report this to the school by clicking on the following link as we may have to advise parents of children in their bubble that the children may need to self-isolate.

Report your child has tested positive for Covid-19

 

Let us continue to hope and pray that all have a safe restful half term break.

 

With best wishes

Peter McCabe

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