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End of term and update

Just a polite reminder that the school term for all pupils ends on Friday 17th July 2020, including our key worker provision.


In line with government guidance, there will be no key worker provision during the summer break.


We look forward to seeing Years 1 - 6 return on Monday 7th September, and then our Nursery and Reception children returning via a staggered start (dates have already been shared with parents).


We will be sharing our plans for September with you before the end of term. We are currently confirming lunchtime arrangements so that the full plan for the September return can be shared, rather than sending parts at a time. We are keen to ensure that we inform you of all the arrangements that will be in place to ensure clarity, rather than leave you with any unanswered questions. 


The safety and well-being of all children is paramount in our plans going forward, as well as ensuring that our curriculum offer re-engages children into learning in school and takes into account the period of school closure.


Yours Sincerely


Mrs K Lodge



Sports matches update 17.3.2020

All matches have been cancelled until further notice

Isolation work update 17.3.2020

We are currently in the process of arranging work for children to complete who are currently in isolation. This will be coming home and will be sent electronically. The aim is that all information will also be uploaded on our website. We will inform you when this is complete.

Coronavirus Guidance

De Lucy Primary School will remain open in line with Government and Public Health England guidance.

In line with guidance anyone with a new and persistent cough, and/or a high temperature should self-isolate and stay away from school for at least 7 days.  Further information from the Government can be found  at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-people-with-confirmed-or-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection.  

We will keep the community updated via the school website and our social media (Twitter).  Please use the internet for advice about symptoms and call NHS 111 if your symptoms worsen. Please do keep in contact with the school in the normal way.