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Welcome Back Autumn 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

A very warm welcome back~ we enjoyed seeing the children come back in to school, they were all excited to be in their new classes. The teachers and staff have worked hard over the last few months to ensure that classrooms and resources were ready for the children. As the autumn term starts, we know that the weather can be quite unpredictable so please can you make sure that children come in to school with a raincoat and suitable footwear…

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Back to School Letter from Headteacher – September 2020

Dear parents and carers
We hope that you are all safe, well and looking forward to the opening
of school in September. We are really looking forward to welcoming
back all of our pupils. Throughout the summer break, preparation for
the new term has been ongoing to ensure we can welcome all pupils
back safely and continue to provide a high quality education…

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Lisburne Leavers 2020

The end of the school year means that we say farewell to our Year 6 pupils who will be moving on to Secondary School in September. We have compiled a video to say goodbye to them which can be seen by clicking the link below. We would like to thank all of our Year 6 for being amazing pupils, we will miss you all and we wish you all the very best for your future. We ask that those who have access to the video not to redistribute it outside the Lisburne Community. Many thanks

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Letter to Parents – Lisburne Main Site

Dear parents and carers,

We would like to thank everyone for all your support and patience during the last few months. We hope that you have enjoyed all the work and information sent from our teachers through online learning activities and weekly posts. We would like to extend our sincere thanks for the kind messages we have received, it has been a very difficult and unprecedented time for us all. We hope that you have managed to look at our virtual tour of school; we hope this will help and support the children in their transition process and return to school.

We are really looking forward to seeing everyone returning back to school in September and want to inform you of a few changes outlined within the Government guidelines;

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Letter to Parents – Lisburne Hollywood

Dear Parents and Carers,

We would like to thank everyone for all your support and patience during the last few months. We hope that you have enjoyed all the work and information sent from our teachers through online learning activities and weekly posts. We would like to extend our sincere thanks for the kind messages we have received, it has been a very difficult and unprecedented time for us all. We hope that you have managed to look at our virtual tour of school; we hope this will help and support the children in their transition process and return to school.

We are really looking forward to seeing everyone returning back to school in September and want to inform you of a few changes outlined within the Government guidelines;

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Letter to Parents – Lisburne Overdale

Dear Parents and Carers

We would like to take this opportunity to say how much we are looking forward to meeting you all in September.  We hope that you have managed to look at our virtual tour of school; and hope this will help and support the children in their transition process and return to school.

We are really looking forward to seeing everyone back to school in September and want to inform you of a few changes outlined within the Government guidelines;

Timings will be a little different in September:~

Unfortunately no breakfast or after school clubs available until after ½ term.

*  Taxis/ LEA transport and parents will both drop off at 8:45-9:00am and pick  upup 2:50-3:00pm as all children at Overdale are within the same “bubble”

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Letter to New Parents – Stockport School Nursing Service

Welcome to the Stockport School Nursing Service. Our team includes Specialist Community Public Health Nurses, School Staff Nurses and School Nurse Assistants. The team are experienced in offering support, advice, and information to families of school aged children and young people from school entry to 16 years, in all aspects of general health. We also offer signposting and referral to other specialist services. 

Due to COVID19 and current restrictions in place we have been unable to meet you at the new intake meeting in school to introduce the service, and discuss any worries you may have regarding your child`s health and well being. However, you can contact us by phone or email to discuss any concerns or worries you have and we can offer support via either a virtual contact or telephone call.

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We Are In This Together Banner

Hello all, we would like to share the below image with you.

It was made in school over the Easter period by the children in school because their parents are Covid 19 Key workers in addition to some of our more vulnerable children who receive support from the social care team.

Thank you for your continued support during this unprecedented period.

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Easter Information Letter

Dear Parents and Carers, Lisburne School will remain open, with a skeleton staff, to support the parents/ carers who are Covid-19 key workers during the Easter holiday. The government has asked parents to keep their children at home, wherever possible, and asked schools to remain open only for those children who absolutely need to attend. After the Easter break we will continue to support all our parents and carers who are Covid-19 critical key workers.

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SMBC: A message to parents/carers of children across Stockport, from early years, children’s and education service leaders.

The following is a letter from Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council:

First of all, we want to thank you, our community, for your support in these unprecedented
times.
We are conscious that you may be very anxious, as are our staff (many of whom are also parents/carers) about the current situation.
We want to reassure you that our headteachers and leaders from across all age ranges and types of early years settings, schools and colleges are working together with the professional associations, the local authority and our health partners to provide the best service that we can for your children…

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