Attendance w/c 14th September 202022/09/20
What have Year 3 & 4 been up to this week?
Year 1 have been learning about the 4 seasons in Science today! They looked at what happens when the seasons change and stuck pictures of each season into their books. Great work Year 1, keep it up!
Look at the amazing work produced by the children in Year 2 for their homework! We have all been so impressed- we cannot wait to see more!
Year 6 have begun the year with some fantastic writing based on a short story of a forlorn lighthouse keeper. We have been impressed by the range of sophisticated vocabulary used and the different sentence starters that keep the writing lively and exciting. Well done Y6!
Take a look at this snapshot of week 2 in year 3 & 4!
Good morning everyone
Please remember if your child is walking on their own to school to remind them to be vigilant, safe and cautious. It is worth discussing with your child what they should do if someone approaches them or if they feel unsafe at any point on the way to or from school.
We would normally advise children to walk in groups and this is still good practice - however, in the current situation it should be at a safe distance.
If you have any concerns or would like any further advice please contact the school.
Wow! Look at the amazing work produced by children in Year 2 in their first week back at school. We are very proud of how well they have settled in and are following our new school rules!
Having reviewed the process of bringing children into school this morning there are a few changes/reminders that we need to share about this process:
-Remember to maintain social distance from others at all times
-Keep left and keep moving on footpaths
-Arrive to drop-off or collect your child during the allocated time slot (it got very busy around some doors this morning as some people were 20 minutes early) - I have put the times below again for your reference.
-Do not try and speak to the class staff in the morning unless it is urgent - send us a message via weduc or your child's contact book instead. If it is urgent please stand aside until all of the other children have gone in.
-North Street's drop-off and pick-up area is now in use. If you are in the outer layby the driver should not leave the car - please pull in, let your children out and then leave. If you need to park and walk your child into the site please use the spaces in the inner layby. All spaces are first come, first served - if there is not a space available please leave the site and park elsewhere.
Thank you very much for your support and cooperation in making our site safe for everyone.
We are really looking forward to welcoming you and your children back to school on Thursday. Please take some time to carefully read the information attached as this will clearly outline the changes that have been made.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
Please click below for an update from Pabulum on school lunches:
Well what a year it has been for Regis Manor!
We loved every second of the first four terms that we all had together in school. You worked so hard and we couldn’t be more proud of you all!
Then we had a rather strange end to the year with some of you working from home and a few continuing to join us on site. Through all of the twists and turns, each and every one of you have persevered and have continued to work hard and keep up the Regis Manor spirit!
Now it’s time for a well-earned rest! We hope that you all have an amazing summer holiday and we look forward to seeing you all when you return in September!
The staff of Regis Manor
Swale Academies Trust is following all Department for Education (DfE) and Public Health England (PHE) advice throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
All Trust schools have undertaken rigorous risk assessment processes in close consultation with staff, Trust leaders, governing bodies, and union representatives. Our comprehensive assessments are regularly reviewed and updated as guidance changes.
All schools have put in place a number of protective measures, based on the available guidance, to manage the identified risks and protect the health, safety and wellbeing of our children, staff and families. These measures are underpinned by the DfE guidance and are primarily based on the five essential measures of:
• a requirement that people who are ill stay at home
• robust hand and respiratory hygiene
• enhanced cleaning arrangements
• active engagement with NHS Test and Trace
• formal consideration of how to reduce contacts and maximise distancing between those in school wherever possible and minimise potential for contamination so far as is reasonably practicable
If you wish to discuss the risk assessment approach or specific protective measures in place, please contact the school office for further information.
Please see the diagrams below to check the locations, drop-off and pick-up points for year groups in September.