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Welcome back to school!

We are looking forward to welcoming our pupils back to school on Tuesday 6th September 2022. We've missed you! An extra special mention goes to our new pupils joining us in Nursery ad Reception- WELCOME TO POPLARS FARM!

Please find below some useful reminders: 

New!

Parents of pupils in Key Stage 1 will now be able to escort their children to the external classroom doors in the morning  (gate opened at just before 8.50am by office staff) and parents will be able to also pick their children up at 3.20pm from the classroom's external doors. The gate will be opened at just before 3.20pm by office staff.  This system will be reviewed if the pathway to school becomes too congested or there is a rise in Covid-19 cases. 

Key Stage 2 pupils will continue to line up in the school carpark at the start of the day as they will be continue to use the backdoors to school. Key Stage 2 pupils will be dismissed from the carpark and handed over to parents at the end of the school day.

Class names and teachers:

 2022-23

Class name

Teacher

Nursery

 

Ms Cooke

Reception

Bluebells

Ms Dix

Reception

Sunflowers

Mrs Barber

Year 1

Birch 

Ms Moncaster

Year 1

Ash

Ms Forrester

Year 2

Elm

Ms Rogers

Year 2

Pine

Ms Davis 

Year 3

Sycamore

Ms Robertshaw

Year 3

Oak

Ms Ryan

Year4/5

Cedar

Ms Hussain

Year 4

Willow

Ms Martindale & Ms Wall

Year 5

Rowan

Mr Morris

Year 6

Hazel

Ms Downey 

 

 

 

 

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 The video below is an example of the impact of the Poplars Curriculum. It shows how quality writing stems from pupils' genuine interest and motivation. Real world tasks provide this. It shows the high profile of oracy and language learning. It shows by giving our pupils a platform (in this caes hundreds of educators involved in the global network for deep learning and to schools from across the MENA region) leads to pupils feeling valued...listened to, leading to even more motivation. It leads to increased confidence and self belief and fosters a sense of pride in our school and a sense of working in partnership. Through building on previous knowledge acquisition and creating links through the Poplars Biggest Ideas, our pupils become informed, prepared and equiped to face the future. Children matter...

Children Matter.mp4

Looking for a Nursery place? - please take a look at our fabulous Little Poplars provision

Our GROW approach to the full opening of

POPLARS FARM PRIMARY SCHOOL

G- giving

We will give priority to the safety of pupils, staff and the wider community. We will do this by minimising the risks brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, balancing them against our school’s vision whilst considering the short term and long-term benefits to pupils and community.

R-responsible

We will value the emotional well-being of staff, and of pupils and their families, as they return to school, recognising the present and past impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will ensure that pupils access the full curriculum and reignite their love and enjoyment of learning. We will seek a current understanding of each child, in order to adapt and deliver our curriculum, and provide targeted support based on each pupil’s social, health, emotional, physical and academic needs. We recognise that pupils’ experiences since March 2020, will have differed considerably.

O-openminded

We will look to minimise disruption, inconvenience and emotional distress caused by future lockdowns, local lockdowns, partial closures or absences of pupils and/or staff due to self-isolation and/or Covid-19 related illness. We will build on the innovative working practices and curriculum offer that we developed during lockdown. We will maintain our commitment to high quality learning and achievement be it at school or when delivering learning remotely.

W-welcoming

All pupils and staff will be warmly welcomed back to school. With a positive mindset, we will embrace ‘the new norm’ and look to ways to build school unity and a sense of belonging for each and everyone who attends Poplars Farm Primary School.

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