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Springbank Academy and Nursery is a place where all our children, staff and wider school community can excel in an environment where they feel safe, happy, and cared for.  We are a school that is committed to providing a high standard of education for every pupil, and pursue excellence at every opportunity.  Our motto "Caring, Happy, Healthy, Sporty, Scientific" sets out our mission. We see ourselves at the heart of the local community, in a partnership with parents and carers, offering excellence in education and helping the children to learn the core learning skills they will need for their future.

Message from the Head - 17.06.2021

I thought I would wait until all announcements and government guidance had been issued before writing to you. The delay in the roadmap to recovery, just means a few alterations to our summer plans. Level 3 infection control remains in place with limited visits to school and staggered starts and collections.  Sports day activities will now be in September, the Year 6 graduation will take place on the last day of term and the EYFS will once again hold a virtual ceremony. Plans are already underway, watch this space!

We have now confirmed with governors our staffing structure for 2021-2022, please remember these are only initial plans and things may change, but I know you like us to share details as soon as we can give them to you.

Nursery – Miss Beeching and Mrs Shipman

Reception – Miss Underwood and Mrs Aubrey

Year 1 – Mrs Barrett

Year 2 – Mrs Clarke (Congratulations Miss Topley on your marriage in the summer holidays) and Miss Dunn. Mrs Clarke will be leading the phonics for the test in the late autumn term (Y2) and in June (Y1).

Year 3 – Mrs James and Miss Dunn

Year 4 – Miss Leonard – Who will be leading the timestable learning for the test in June 2022.

Year 5 – Mr Waller

Year 6 – Miss Shaw. Mrs Williams will be leading the Year 6 tutoring and SATs achievement learning.

Mr Lumley will lead Year 4 and Year 6 writing.

Mr Balchin will cover for teachers undertaking research.

Support staff continue to work in specialised teams: reading recovery, phonics, sensory learning, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6 achievement.

Don’t forget to catch up with everything that is happening in school by reading the Trust newsletter each week that Charlotte and I put together, if you are not receiving this, please could you let Mrs Roper know.

Just a quick reminder about school uniform next year as I see it is arriving in the shops already!

Black Jumper or cardigan

Yellow, green or white polo shirt

Black or grey trousers

Grey, black or green skirts or pinafore dresses

Yellow or green summer gingham dresses

P.E kit

A plain white top and black jogging bottoms or shorts

No hoodies please or designer clothing.

Thank you for your support in agreeing our school family uniform, we have just finished our school family picnic which was very enjoyable.

Tomorrow Superhero music day awaits…

With Warm Wishes as always,

Julie Vaccari

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