The school remains closed .

Corona Virus:  School remains closed - Summer term 2020.

 A very warm welcome to our website, we hope you enjoy the information our site provides. Please be aware that with the school not fully open due to the corona virus concerns there will be variations to the provision in all areas.

Life at Spring Meadow has changed significantly over the last two months for our children, their families and the staff also. Our school is a very quiet place and is missing our children and many of our staff. The halls remain empty and silent. The dining room is too and playgrounds are mostly still and silent. We are all desperately sad that we cannot welcome all of our wonderful children every day and hear their excited voices sharing stories and news with friends. I know parents, just like us would love to see life return to normal. It will one day I am sure and we will all very extremely pleased when that day comes.

We continue to support our families in the best way we can, but always welcome suggestions to improve this. Please do use the support@springmeadow.cambs.sch.uk to ask any questions or for support of any kind that we may be able to offer. Teachers monitor this mail box and Kate Barnes, our admin officer leads on this and will contact you quite speedily during the working week to help you with any concerns you may have as a parent or indeed as a visitor to our school website. Her knowledge of the school is extensive!

Our school welcomes a small number of children back to school from the 2nd June 2020.  The school grounds and the classrooms (now called bubbles) have been adapted to minimise risk and keep all areas as safe as they can possibly be. Nursery and Reception children, along with children of key workers and other children with specific needs will all return at the start of June. A rigorous set of risk assessments have been produced and signed off by Cambridgeshire County Council to support the process.

This return for a small number of children is the start of us providing full time education, this is not part-time learning or delivery of a reduced curriculum. Children must attend each day. We will however, close school to children at 12.30pm on a Friday after lunch has been provided.

We will continue to provide home learning and begin to deliver some on-line lessons and telephone communications to support progress for our children.

Best wishes and kind regards as always.

Annette Blewett

Head Teacher

 
  • Year 2 drama Fenlands
    Year 2 drama Fenlands
  • Lunchtime activities
    Lunchtime activities
  • Lunchtime play with the Head Teacher
    Lunchtime play with the Head Teacher
  • Nursery friends
    Nursery friends
  • Reception outdoor learning
    Reception outdoor learning
  • Year 1 Jazz dancing enhancement lessons
    Year 1 Jazz dancing enhancement lessons

Spring Meadow Pupil Well-Being

A mentally healthy school is one that adopts a whole-school approach to mental health and wellbeing. All our staff have been trained in the use of STEPS. As a result we always provide a therapeutic approach to supporting our children, encouraging them to succeed in all they do, able to make a positive contribution. Our well-being champions are Mrs Snape and Mrs Wodehouse. If you have any concerns about well-being or mental health please ask to speak with one of our school champions.


SCHOOL CELEBRATIONS

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

Spring Meadow Infant & Nursery School will be closed until further notice.

Please keep checking the website for further announcements.

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