Mosborough Primary School

Through Inspired Learning We Achieve Our Dreams

Monday 4 January 2021

 

Closure of Schools in England

Dear Parents,

Given this evening’s last minute announcement regarding the closure of all schools in England, can we request that where possible, all children remain at home tomorrow?

If your child accessed a Key Worker place before the summer or your job has changed and you believe yourself to now be a Critical Worker, please bring your child in to school at their usual drop-off time to their usual classroom door.

Breakfast Club for these children will be open as usual (though this is only for children who have an existing booking). The same applies for After School Club.

Could we request that you don’t contact us this evening as we are making our way through the guidance that we are continuing to receive as the evening moves on.

We will contact all parents again tomorrow morning by email with a further update and additional clarification regarding Critical Worker places. (The most up to date guidance on this can be found below),

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-maintaining-educational-provision/guidance-for-schools-colleges-and-local-authorities-on-maintaining-educational-provision

For tomorrow only, there will be no remote learning available. This is due to us needing time to prepare to move our learning back on to Google Classrooms.

We thank you as ever for all of your support and understanding.

Kind regards,

Martin & Genaya

   Welcome to Mosborough Primary School

 

Mosborough Primary is a large village primary school set on the outskirts of Sheffield. We believe our school to be fantastic and we are very proud of the education we offer our children. Our school is set in fabulous surroundings and you will find the children making full use of the environment.  

At Mosborough we aim to make the learning stimulating, challenging but most of all fun! It is our belief that by providing a curriculum that is matched to the needs of our children they will make great progress. We try to ensure that the children receive a broad range of opportunities to help stimulate their imagination. They will go on trips, be visited by 'experts' in their own fields of study, have opportunities to perform and showcase their artistic talents. They may even be involved in solving mysteries!

We consider ourselves very fortunate that we are a community school. We are very well supported by our parents' group. We also play an active part in the life of our village.

It is our aim to produce pupils who are independent, articulate learners who are ready for many of the challenges that life can provide.

We hope you find our website useful and packed with the information you need.

 Martin Fallon - Headteacher