Governor Feedback (H&S)

“We continue to maintain our standards in health and safety while responding to the challenges of the pandemic and prioritising the health and safety of staff and children.”

Health and Safety Committee, 8th October 2020

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Governor Feedback (CC)

“At this first meeting of the term it was very reassuring to see everything has been put into place, to hear how families have adjusted and how staff are doing in managing the current situation. It is very reassuring to know all areas have been considered and actioned. The governors are impressed to see such a good start to the academic year.”

Curriculum Committee, 17th September 2020

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Lockdown hasn’t stopped us learning!!

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Governor Feedback (H&S)

“Governors are re-assured that building checks have continued throughout the lockdown period and measures outlined in the covid-19 risk assessment are active and in place. We are pleased to hear how supportive families have been in terms of their measures to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus. It is heart-warming to hear staff and parents are working together.”

Health and Safety Committee, 11th June 2020

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Governor Feedback (F&GP)

“The Governors engaged in an online meeting during the COVID-19 lockdown to discuss and carefully consider all the safety aspects of concern with view to re-opening Windsor, in accordance with the directive from the Government and local authority. Governors appreciate the incredibly difficult task of opening Windsor during the current pandemic whilst ensuring that the children, families and staff can remain safe. The Windsor staff have been very supportive and used their commitment and expertise to ensure that safety can be maintained and Windsor is there for the children.”

Finance and General Purposes Committee, 29th May 2020

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Governor Feedback (CC)

“Governance continues during the coronavirus lockdown. Our Curriculum Committee online meeting on 7th May was very productive and useful. Governors are satisfied the school is doing all that they can to continue a responsive service to the children and families eligible in line with the government guidance during this time. Thank you to the staff for their commitment and enabling this to happen throughout the general school closure and for continuing to work directly with children where this is needed. Governors would like to reassure parents that support around the transition of children into reception from September 2020 continues in conjunction with local primary schools. We are very much looking forward to the next stage after lockdown.”

Curriculum Committee, 7th May 2020

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Poppy and Pumpkin send their love to all the children

Posted by: jwatts on April 29, 2020 @ 9:31 am
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Building a house for our robins

The children loved being outdoors in the beautiful sunshine. They found lots of signs of Spring. They used sticks to make a home for our robins – they added a sofa, TV, kitchen, pans and a roof – all essential items for robins!

Posted by: jwatts on March 12, 2020 @ 5:01 pm
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Governor Feedback (H&S)

“2 new members of the governing board were welcomed to the meeting. These governors had the opportunity to walk around the school prior to the meeting to review health and safety. They monitored the measures taken to ensure the building is safe for staff and children in terms of electricity, fire safety and hazards i.e. waterborne disease. They were satisfied knowing regular checks are undertaken.”

Health and Safety Committee, 13th February 2020

Posted by: admin on March 5, 2020 @ 9:44 am
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Newsletter – Spring 2 2020

Newsletter Spring 2 2020
Posted by: jwatts on March 4, 2020 @ 4:40 pm
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