Dearest Walker and Lichtenstein,
We were sad to hear that the government has decided that it is not possible for you all to return to school safely before the end of the school year. We still miss you all very much and hope that you are enjoying the work that we set for you and it is keeping you on your toes.
We would like to remind you, that despite this news, you are still in our classes and we are still your teachers. So, try your hardest to keep going with the work, and when it’s hard, tell us so we can help. If you can’t do it it’s important you let us know too so we can make a plan.
Please don’t forget to be in touch at least every two weeks so that we know you and your families are safe and well. Don’t worry if we don’t get back to you straight away as we are working at school in bubbles with the year groups that have returned, but rest assured you are very much in our thoughts and we always love to hear from you, no matter what.
Here are the class email addresses:
Looking forward to hearing from you all soon!
Ms Deudney and Miss McGroarty
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