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Long Row Primary School

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Jolly Jellyfish

Welcome back, Jolly Jellyfish!

We are really looking forward to welcoming you back on Monday. We have missed you all so much and can't wait to see your smiling faces at the gate. Things will be very similar to how they were before Christmas and we know that you will be amazing at coping with any small changes.

In Maths, we will be completing our work on Shape and in English we will be doing lots of work with our new book. (I won't reveal the name just yet!)

We have some exciting activities planned for Science Week and will be outside looking at plants and doing an investigation.

PE is still on a Wednesday so you will need to come to school in your PE kit on this day. Remember to tie back long hair and remove any earrings on that day too.


We want to say how immensely proud we are of you all. We have loved seeing the fabulous work you handed in whilst you were working at home. Thank you, you have been Super Stars! smileyyes


See you on Monday!





Meet the Teacher Summary

  • Thank you for your patience at drop off and pick up times! It is getting smoother each day especially now parents are coming through the arch way at pick up time.
  • We will be teaching Maths, English and Phonics every morning. The children have a break at 10am and then lunch from 11.30-12.30. The afternoons are a mix of subjects including science, music and PSHE and we also use this time to give the children some extra reading, maths and phonics should they need it. We have an afternoon break each day as well.
  • PE is every Wednesday - thankyou for sending the children in their kit. Please ensure hair is tied back and earrings are removed.
  • Snacks - children can have snacks in school for break time. This should be fruit or a plain biscuit. Fruit is now available in school. Please ensure children have a water bottle in school each day - and only water please.
  • Phonics Testing - we are required to carry out the Year 1 Phonics Assessment. This will be done before Christmas. Please don't worry - the test is informal, very quick and carried out by us in school. It is a useful tool for us to make sure we have covered everything especially considering the time children have had away from school.
  • There will be a parents evening - it is likely to be carried out virtually. Details and a date will be sent out shortly. 
  • Homework is handed in each Wednesday - and will be given out each Friday.
  • Children will read with the class teacher and teaching assistant each week. Books will be changed by a member of staff - this enables us to quarantine books that come from home.