Our key worker provision is at Wendron School. Contact: 01326 573187 to book a place for your child. Wendron will be open throughout the Holiday period including bank holidays. Please, if you need a place, book it or we will be closed so that staff can remain at home in line with government advice.
Do NOT send your child in if they have any of the Covid -19 symptoms: a persistent cough or high temperature. Help us to keep everyone safe.
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- LATEST UPDATE: URGENT keyworkers parent letter: 24.03.20.pdf
- URGENT - Letter to all parents/carers re Covid latest and keyworkers.pdf
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Thank you for visiting our school website. I hope you find it interesting and informative, giving you a glimpse into life at our school.
This week is Holy week so I have added a link below offering daily activities and reflections specific to this week and the events of Holy Week. Here is a message too from Bishop Philip with links to a few things he has prepared.
I thought it might be helpful if you knew what resources we’ll be providing centrally for Holy Week and Easter in this strange season, so here’s a brief summary, with a few comments afterwards:
Palm Sunday: Ruth and I have recorded a short act of worship, just as we did for last Sunday, that will be available on the diocesan website and social media. There is also an Order of Service people can use to follow which is attached to this email and will be available on our dedicated Facebook page for sharing ideas and supporting each other…
Good Friday: There will be an extended service of reading and meditations for Good Friday available on the usual channels, recorded in the Chapel here at Lis Escop.
Easter Day: It’s vitally important that even in the midst of uncertainty and grief that we proclaim our hope in the resurrection of Jesus, risen from the dead, and this we will do via a Eucharist, again recorded here at Lis Escop.
These are resources for you to use and publicise as you wish. There is no pressure to use them, and you may well want do something locally: indeed I’d welcome that if you are able to. But I don’t want anyone to feel that they have to, especially if they are struggling with the technology.
My sense is that this year the events of Holy Week and Easter will have a new resonance all of their own and speak profoundly into our strange very difficult circumstances. So whatever resources we use, let’s take the opportunity to draw close to the Lord in this season, to follow him through Gethsemane to Golgotha – and out to the joy of resurrection in that other garden.
With my prayers, and thanks to you all
I hope you keep well this Easter and pray that you find ways to keep positive, stay safe and have fun. All teachers will be setting new work from next week on their class pages. Do let us know if you have difficulty logging in.