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COVID-19 Update

WELCOME BACK

We would like to welcome back all our children and families, we hope that everyone has kept safe and well during the closures. It is completely natural to have some worries about returning to school, rest assured we are doing everything possible to ensure the safety of all who attend our school. We are very thankful for the support and understanding that all our families have shown during the last few months and going forward with the new arrangements to keep our children safe in school.

Following the guidance from the DfE the school has made the following arrangements to keep your child safe in school:

  1. We have increased the number of entrances and exits for drop off and collection.
  2. Shared equipment is cleaned regularly between bubbles / year groups.
  3. There are hygiene stations in all classrooms and different areas around school.
  4. The children will continue to be taught how to wash their hands effectively.
  5. Handwashing will take place regularly throughout the day.
  6. Children will be kept in year group bubbles during the day.
  7. All children are facing one way in the classroom and in the dining hall.
  8. The playground has different zones to keep the bubbles / year groups separate.
  9. The school has PPE stations in various locations around the school.
  10. The school will be taking random temperature checks of children.
  11. The School Nurse will be going into all classrooms. She will teach the children about Coronavirus and answer any questions they have.
  12. The School Nurse will also explain the importance of the routines in school such as frequent handwashing and toileting regimes.

KEY DATES FOR NEW RECEPTION CHILDREN

Parents will have received a personal induction letter indicating when your child will be starting.

Week beginning Monday 7th September – Children attend 9am-11am on their designated start days.

Week beginning Monday 14th September – Children attend their allocated morning (9am-11:10am) session or afternoon (1pm-3:15pm) session. Children will not attend school on Friday 18th September.

Week beginning Monday 21st September – All children attend 8:45-1:30pm and stay for lunch. School will end at 12:55pm on Friday.

Week beginning Monday 28th September – All children attend full time.

 

SECONDARY SCHOOL APPLICATION GUIDANCE

For the parents of children in Year 6, please read this letter which contains important information about online applications.

 

HEALTH ADVICE

For health information and advice, parents and carers should follow the advice given by the NHS. Further advice and guidance can be found at Public Health England.

welcome

from the children

We welcome you all to our amazing school and our fantastic website!

Please have a look around our website, where you will find lots of information about all the different things going on in school. We publish our termly Adderley Voice magazine to share with you what we have been learning and the fun experiences our teachers provide for us. We also have regular updates on our BLOG so that everyone can keep up to date with life here at Adderley. We hope that you enjoy exploring our website and find it useful. If there is anything that you would like to let us know, then please use the YOUR SAY, YOUR SCHOOL online form. We would love to hear from you all!

The Children of Adderley

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from the head teacher

I am delighted to welcome you to our website. Adderley Primary School is a caring and welcoming, child-centred school which promotes children's rights and works closely with UNICEF to uphold a rights respecting ethos. We have high expectations of all our children and look for ways to enable them to find their strengths and reach their potential. We recognise that children learn best when their self-esteem is high and therefore, we have designed a curriculum, alongside pastoral support, that enables every child to have confidence in themselves.

I am fortunate to work with a team of staff who are dedicated and hard working. Together, we provide interesting learning experiences for the children, whether these are in the classroom, on educational visits or in our many extra-curricular clubs. We want our children to have life skills which will help them to become responsible citizens and prepare them for life in modern Britain.

Our Governors are constantly looking for ways in which we can make the school even better so that Adderley Primary School can continue to evolve, providing an education appropriate for our children's futures. I hope you will enjoy exploring our website and find it useful and informative, giving you an insight into life at Adderley Primary School.

If you wish to visit our school please do so any time. We look forward to seeing you.

Mrs Rizvana Darr

Headteacher

School Blog

Year 2 Warwick Castle Trip
Year 2 have been surrounded by one thousand years of jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure in their first trip of
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UNICEF CELEBRATION EVENT
We were invited to take part in the second annual celebration of Rights Respecting School. Children from schools across Birmingham
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SCHOOL WE DAY
WE Day is an opportunity of bringing people together from around the world and learning about other people’s stories of
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SCIENCE VISIT TO COVENTRY UNIVERSITY
Our young scientists were treated to an inspiring visit to the biomolecular SuperLab at Coventry University yesterday. Children were given
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RECEPTION VISIT COVENTRY TRANSPORT MUSEUM
As part of their 'Are we there yet?' topic Reception children wanted to have a look at some real vehicles
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BEN ROWLINGS PARALYMPIC VISIT
We were privileged to have professional paralympian Ben Rowlings at Adderley today to inspire us and give unique career insights to our
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