A day in the life of Nook Lane

What's been happening at Nook Lane?

Schools Returning to Full Attendance - March 8th

We are really looking forward to all children returning to school from next Monday 8th March.

Whether your children have been educated at school during the latest Lockdown, learning from home or from a combination of the two, we are proud of their efforts. I cannot praise them and you, their parents and carers, enough.

Have a lovely weekend and we look forward to greeting you all back on Monday morning.

Test and Trace

One important part of ensuring the safety and wellbeing of pupils, parents and our communities is testing for coronavirus. We all have a duty to make sure that the right people have access to get tested at the right time.

This is an important Test and Trace Letter 23.09.20 to share some information on how we can work together to make sure we can continue to give children and young people the best education in the safest way possible.

Updates from Nook Lane

Most recent letters issued to children and parents:

As educators, we acknowledge our responsibility to provide a service for children and families in our local and wider community and we recognise that school closure will have wide ramifications for all concerned. We feel it is our duty to attempt to provide some continuation in the children's learning, in whatever way we can. By sending work home, we aim to provide a degree of structure and routine for children. However, we are also sensitive to the fact that this could be challenging for many parents and carers in light of their own work commitments, family situations and indeed, their health.

Nook Lane Junior School will support the national effort in these most challenging of times, by staying open, in a limited capacity with minimised staffing arrangements, for the children of key workers and vulnerable pupils where no other childcare is available. It is important that pupil numbers are restricted to those who absolutely need this provision.