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  • Important
    16 March 2021
    COVID 19 Information
    Dear Parents & Carers On behalf of our colleagues in Public Health please find attached the following documents: Letter on how to access free twice weekly Lateral Flow Testing (LFT) for household members and childcare bubbles Leaflet on COVID-19 self-isolation advice for families Leaflet on COVID-19 self-isolation general advice
  • General
    8 February 2021
    Stepping into Spring
    Good morning, Spring is in the air (nearly!). This week Year 4’s learning has an eco-theme. One aspect of this involves planting seeds in a recycled container, with a view to planting them in our outdoor areas at a later date. We would like to invite all of our children at Webheath Academy Primary to do the same. Hopefully, when it is safe for everyone to return to school we can brighten our outdoor areas with your fabulous colourful floral displays. We hope that this group project will bring our school community together and that our outdoor areas will serve as a reminder of how working as a team we can look forward to a brighter future. Remember once you have potted your seed you will need to nuture and care for it, you may even want to talk to your plant to spur it along. Further details to follow as an when all of our children are back in school. Get those green fingers into action and have fun! Kind regards Miss Atkinson and Mrs Gibbs
  • Event
    5 February 2021
    Art Project
    Dear all It really feels that we need things to look forward to after this lockdown and, as a staff, we have been exploring ideas. We are going to be sending out a few ideas to hopefully bring us all back together in the summer term. We would love to hold our very own Art exhibition (it may be virtual but who knows). It has been inspired by Grayson Perry's Art Club and his Art exhibition in Manchester: The theme of this is: All the works on display are very personal visual representations of lockdown, made by the public, well-known artists and celebrities for Grayson’s Art Club. This celebration of creativity in people’s homes chronicled the changing moods of Britain in isolation, providing a unique record of this globally experienced extraordinary time We would like a similar exhibition here at Webheath from the whole community: pupils, staff, parents and wider community. We would like the entries by the 1st week of June - straight after Whitsun week break. We will then have time to plan how we pull the exhibition together, display and view. I hope this inspires a few families - we are happy for it to be family entries or single in any form. Can't wait to see what comes in


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