All Bridge Schools are now closed. We are operating a reduced service only for children of key workers and vulnerable groups within normal school registration hours.
Friday was a very surreal day and one that I'm sure we will all remember. We are as disappointed as you all will be with the news, however, we understand why we have to close and are committed to playing our part in preventing the spread of the disease.
Our role as a school now is to support you as much as possible with the educational and emotional care of your children whilst they are unable to attend school. To help you with this, we will be using the class pages to share ideas, resources and information. This is the page where we write class blogs for you. You have already received packs for each class which should support you through the first week. We have also sent parents links to good website, which we will continue to update.
Do not worry about work and we understand that for many parents who have more than one child and where you have to work from home for example, completing learning with your child will be difficult every day.
Please remember that there are many ways to learn. Reading books, watching films, playing board games, looking for worms, building dens and completing jigsaws are all valuable learning experiences.
I would like to thank the staff in school for their quick gathering of work as due to the nature of the school. The staff will continue to add new work as needed and we would love to hear about any of the work that you have been completing when the school opens again.
Feel free to email us if you have any questions, we will always reply as soon as we can. You can either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, especially if you have a general question or comment, or if your message is about learning and content on the Class page for your child, please email the class teacher using their initial and surname followed by @lanliveryprimary
Finally, thank you so much for your patience, support and response to our increasingly challenging situation over this last week. We have been overwhelmed by the positive comments. This is a difficult and unknown time for us all, so from our amazing Lanlivery Primary community, I send our love and best wishes and we hope that you can all stay safe, fit and well in the coming weeks and months. Please stay safe.
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Welcome to Lanlivery Primary Academy Website - part of Bridge Schools Trust. Situated in the heart of Lanlivery village, our school provides a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. We aim to provide a happy, safe environment where children feel secure to explore, experiment and develop curiosity so that learning comes naturally. Our very own Forest school is a small child’s wonderland.
We hope you like our new look website and it this gives you some idea of what makes this school such a dynamic and vibrant place.
Lauren Howell - Head of school.
Head of School:
We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
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