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Letter to Parents – 2nd January

Dear parents/carers I hope you have had a safe, relaxing and peaceful break over the Christmas and new year holiday. I am contacting you to confirm that school will be open as planned from Monday the 4th of January. Breakfast club will open at 8:00am for eligible...

Nursery Places

Notice to parents and carers of children under 5 in early years provision during the latest national coronavirus restrictions (5th January 2021) In line with DfE guidance, we will be offering places to children in early years for their usual hours from Monday 18th...

Testing of Staff in School

Dear parents/carer   From Monday the 25th of January, all staff at new Marske Primary School will be invited to take part in the national testing programme for primary school staff. This will involve staff taking two lateral flow tests during the week to help...

Remote Learning

Remote Learning During this period of national lockdown, from January 4th 2021, the school will deliver a series of blended learning activities for pupils in school and those working at home on remote learning. The main aim for these tasks is to: Ensure that all...

Remote Learning Survery Results

2nd February 2021 Dear parents Remote Learning Update Thank you to all parents who completed the remote learning survey sent out from school last week. The survey provided a great insight into the views of our parents and pupils and will be used in school to further...

Letters to Parents – 24th February

24th February 2021 Dear parents carers Return to school  I am pleased to let you know that after the Prime Minister’s announcement of a roadmap to recover from the impact of coronavirus, all pupils in all year groups will be welcomed back to school from Monday the 8th...

Letters to Parents – 3rd March

3rd March 2021 Dear parents/carers Return to school on the 8th of March  As mentioned in my letter from the 24th February, school will reopen for all pupils in all year groups from Monday the 8th of March. As a school we are delighted that we are able to welcome back...

School Blog

The Importance of Reading

One of our priorities within school this year is to develop and instil the love of reading within our children. As a school we recognise the importance of reading. We know that if a child reads well; they do well. If a child makes progress with developing their phonic...

Year 2 Fundraising

Many thanks to our thoughtful year 2 pupils who planned and organised a cake sale to raise funds for the Australian Wildfires. The pupils have been studying Australia over recent weeks and were moved to raising funds to support the fire fighters, residents and...

School Resources – Education City

Education city is a great resource which allows pupils to access and range of English, Maths, Science, computing and French activities targeted at specific age groups in school. Each pupil in school has their own individual log in which provides them with their own...

School Resources – Encyclopedia Britannica

As parents we all know how worrying a random internet search can be as a range of unpredictable sites and links always have the opportunity to pop up. Within school ensuring that pupils have access to safe, reliable information is really important for our pupils and...

School Resources – Brainpop

All pupils from Y3 upwards have access to Brainpop. Brainpop is a fantastic resource that uses two characters – Tim and Moby, to explain concepts as diverse as ‘Rainbows’ and ‘Division’ to ‘Martin Luther King’ and ‘The Digestive System’. The site uses a range of short...

School Resources – Tackling Tables

Tackling Tables is an activity used from Y2 upwards where pupils have the opportunity to practise their multiplication tables and recognise the number sentences that support the tables. For example, pupils learn that 3×4=12 is the same as 4×3=12, but this is also...