“Everyone is a star and can shine in our learning community”

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING GOVERNMENT PLAN FOR SCHOOL OPENING

Collaborative Reopening Letter Update:

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE FREE SCHOOL MEAL VOUCHER SCHEME:

Collaborative FSM Voucher Letter

Welcome to Knowsley Central School

Knowsley Central School is a community that nurtures and supports each pupil, that values everyone’s unique worth and contribution, that empowers every member to achieve his/her full potential and that opens up a world of opportunities.

It is a place of safety where firm boundaries guide and support; where high expectations lead to life-long learning; where care and respect build self esteem and self belief.

Knowsley Central School is a Restorative school whose core values are; respect, caring, fairness, tolerance, responsibility and honesty.  Restorative Practices aim to build Knowsley Central School’s community and to strengthen and repair its members’ relationships.

If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our school website, then please contact us and we can provide this free of charge.

Activities w/c 16th March

Monday

Sycamore & Holly:
Swimming

Blossom:
Softplay

Tuesday

Apple:
Softplay



Wednesday

Willow:
Softplay

Apple:
SPACE

See newsletter:
Huyton Library Visit

Thursday

Mothers Day Assembly:
Juniper, Holly & Maple

Maple:
Softplay

Friday

Juniper:
Softplay



Friendship Award

The pupils and staff are identifying acts of kindness throughout the school. 

Blossom: Teddy H
Apple: Oscar G
Maple: Riley
Juniper: George
Willow: Jamie
Holly: Ryan
Chestnut: Robert
Sycamore: Robbie
Mulberry: Dylan
Redwood: Hari
Rowan: Nikole

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Head Teachers Lunch

Children who have shown exceptional behaviour all week will receive a treat and have lunch on a Friday with Mr McConnell or Mr Lambert.  This weeks winners are:

Ava R,
Hari K,
Charlie B,
Alfie W,
Ryan W.

Our Attendance this week

Blossom
82.2%
Apple
92.5%
Maple
97.8%
Juniper
93.3%
Willow
91.1%
Holly
93.3%
Chestnut
99%
Sycamore
91.1%
Mulberry
88.9%
Redwood
96%
Rowan
96.4%
Whole School
93%

Dear Parents/Carers,

I hope you are all keeping well and safe during these uncertain times. As you are all aware, our school is currently closed except for those children identified by the government with parents who are key workers and in need of emergency childcare and those vulnerable children (including EHCP) who have been risk assessed to require additional support.

We are asking that all children remain at home unless both parents are key workers and there are no other viable alternatives. The Secretary of State has clarified that ‘if a child can stay at home, then they should be at home’.

With this is mind, sending your child into school could place them and school staff and their families at increased risk. However if as parents/ carers you find yourself with no other viable options then please do not hesitate to contact us at school to discuss this further.

Our staff will be in regular contact with all families during our closure and we will be working with vulnerable groups as part of a wider network of support.

For the latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and guidance please go to:

Again please stay safe and well during these unprecedented times and if you have any queries please contact us on 0151 447 8450.

Best wishes,

Mr. Daryl McConnell

Headteacher