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Friday 7th May 2021

Dear St Mary’s Families,

 

I hope you are all well and are coping with this unseasonably cold, rainy weather.

We are now well into the final term of the school year and in spite of the restrictions which prevent us from doing many of the things we would normally do in the summer term, it is still proving to be a very busy time.

I would like to thank you for all your kind, extremely generous donations today. When we have counted it all up we will tell you how much you raised and send a cheque to CAFOD so that they can continue to do their life saving work in India.

We now have new rainbow gardens in both schools and we are slowly filling them up with beautiful flowers and brightly coloured pathways for the children to enjoy. We are looking forward to a time when we can invite you all in to see them as well.

We have virtual parents meetings coming up very soon at both schools (Junior School 18th May and Infant School 26th and 27th May). If you have not yet booked an appointment, please use the links provided. We are hoping that the video calls will prove successful as we feel they are a much better alternative to phone calls.

On Monday (10th May), the Infants will be having their class photos so please ensure they have their complete uniforms on as I am sure you will want them to be looking smart for this.

On the last day of this half term (Friday 28th May), we would usually be celebrating our Feast Day and would be inviting you into the school to share our Marian Procession and picnic. Unfortunately, we are still not able to invite parents into school, but rest assured we will ensure that the children have the opportunity to celebrate and we will be posting a video on our Fronter site.

I wish you all a very happy weekend,

Miss O’Callaghan

Executive Headteacher