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Reminder About Attendance Rules

Published on 03 March 2021

ATTENDING SCHOOL; From 8th March, ALL pupils should  attend school full time please, unless they have received a letter to shield, directly to the child from the NHS.  If you think your child is exempt please contact Mrs Spencer by phone or email.

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Returning to The Brigg

Published on 02 March 2021

Dear Parents and Carers

We are very busy getting ready for all pupils to return to school next week and we are really looking forward to seeing you all.  It is really important that everyone reads the full letter in this update please, as several things have changed for the safety of the pupils and staff. I know that this is a long letter so I will send smaller sections of it out again over the next few days. 

Thank you for your support and understanding.

As always...

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World Book Day 2021

Published on 22 February 2021

Dear Parents and Carers, 

Great news; World Book Day 2021 is going ahead on 4th March, to encourage children and parents to develop a lifelong love of reading. 

Like all things, due to lockdown there will be a few differences this year...

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Half Term Holiday

Published on 25 January 2021

As you know from our diary dates, the next school holiday begins on Monday 15th February and we return on Monday 22nd February 2021.  In consultation with staff and governors, we would like parents and carers to know that The Brigg will be closed to ALL pupils during this time.  Any news of half term holiday schemes will be forwarded to parents as soon as we have the details and I am told that JPAC will be open.  The governors feel that the staff need time to rest and plan for the term ahead during half term. Thank you...

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Keep your child at home if you can

Published on 14 January 2021

Please help us to keep everyone safe by staying home from school if you can. The UK Government announced on 8th January 2021...

'Children with at least one parent or carer who is a critical worker can go to school or college if required, but parents and carers should keep their children at home if they can.'

We appreciate that home learning is very difficult for everyone, but if you are at home, your child should be with you to be safe please.  This does...

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