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Week beginning 30th March 2020

We hope you are all keeping well. All of the staff here at Fatfield are trying to keep busy and many staff are enjoying spending time with their family. You will see by the class blogs that the teachers are also working from home. We are continuing to provide childcare for the children of our critical key workers and cannot thank the NHS enough for their hard work and dedication at this worrying time. The children in our childcare wanted to say thank you to their parents and all NHS workers as well and so decorated one of the OOH windows.

The children’s thankyou message to the NHS.

I would like to thank parents for the lovely messages we have been receiving through the school email. I know many of the children have been sending their teacher messages through purple mash and this is really cheering them up as they all miss you so much.

Take care everyone, stay home and please stay safe. Remember grown-ups you’re doing a fantastic job; have loads of family time and cherish each day.

Lots of Love from Mrs Pizl and all the staff at Fatfield.

Week beginning 23rd March 2020

To all of our wonderful pupils and parents, we hope you are all keeping safe this week. Remember to check your class blog to support with home learning activities (I bet your parents are becoming wonderful teachers). For those of you that have not collected your homework pack, these are at the office and available to collect between 10am and 2pm.

Enjoy family time and although going outside is very limited there will be lots of games and fun things to do at home. Try cooking, reading or helping with housework!

Take care everyone, we miss you. Lots of Love from Mrs Pizl and all the staff at Fatfield Academy.

Friday 27th March 2020

As we come to the end of our first week the staff at Fatfield would like to thank you all for supporting us at this time of National Emergency. We want to tell you that you are doing a great job. We understand that this is a stressful time and don’t want you to worry about planning and delivering lessons every day. The activities that teachers have set are suggestions to use if you wish. You can have lots of fun reading a story, baking, writing about your day (diary entries), painting a picture, talking about a TV programme or playing in the garden. Maybe you can make models with Lego, junk materials or playdoh.

The most important thing is being together through this unprecedented time, give your children a hug and spend quality family time together.

Remember you’re doing a great job and each week that passes is one week closer to us all being back together.

Stay safe. Love from all the staff at Fatfield

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