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PLANS FOR ALL CHILDREN NOT CURRENTLY IN SCHOOL
Week beginning 6th July – Half class groups (no more than 15 children) in Years 1 to 5 will be invited to catch up with their current class teacher and meet their teacher for next year. This meeting will take place on the school field / playground to allow for social distancing between each other and will need to take place after school has finished for all those currently attending.
Your time slot of 3.45 – 4.15pm or 4.15 - 4.45pm was on the envelopes that your reports were sent out in this week.
Tuesday 7th July - Year 2 with Mrs Maddison and Mrs Thornton-Pugh
Wednesday 8th July – Year 1 with Mrs Henderson, Mrs Heeley and Mrs Maddison
Thursday 9th July– Year 3 with Mrs Thornton-Pugh and Mr Horsfall
Friday 10th July – Year 4 with Mr Horsfall and Mr Keane
A 30 minute time slot will be allocated to each group and everyone will need to follow our one-way system that is now in place.
Reception Class – Miss Hobson, Mrs Heeley and Mrs Henderson will be in the back playground on Wednesday to say hello to parents and children as they are picked up from their bubbles in school.
Thursday 9th July – School will finish for Reception children to allow for a deep clean so that Year 6 can be invited into school the following week. Reception Key Worker and Vulnerable children will still be able to attend.
Week beginning 13th July – Year 6 will be invited into school from Monday 13th July – Thursday 16th July and split between 2 ‘bubbles’.
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Brockholes CE(C) Junior and Infant School is a popular attractive Church School, situated in the leafy village of Brockholes, in the rural Holme Valley of West Yorkshire. The Christian ethos of our school is highly valued by our parents and community, and the children are happy and well behaved.
In December 2012 we were delighted to be recognised by Ofsted as being an outstanding school.
"Pupils make outstanding progress from their different starting points."
"Teachers devise an excellent range of interesting and inspiring activities to extend learning."
"Pupils have exemplary attitudes towards their learning. They enjoy school, feel safe, behave outstandingly well and look after each other with care and understanding."
Please see the Policies section to read the Curriculum Policy and see the exciting topics our school has to offer.