Summer Halfterm 2
We are continuing the staggered start/ends to the day to reduce the number of parents on the drive at any one time.


Reception - 8.45am to 3pm
Year 1 - 8.40am to 3.05pm
Year 2 - 8.50am to 3.15pm
Year 3 - 8.55am to 3.20pm
Year 4 - 8.50am to 3.15pm
Year 5 - 8.45am to 3.10pm
Year 6 - 8.40am to 3.10pm
Siblings can be dropped off and picked up together at the earlier time.
 

Parents, please wear face coverings and keep a safe distance from others, only come to pick your child/ren up at the time given above to avoid congestion on the drive.
   
Book bags are to be brought in every Monday to change reading books and PE lessons will continue, so please make sure PE kits are in school, ready to go.


Musical instrument tuition has started again, so instruments need to be brought in on the day and taken home that night to practise:
 

Mon: Guitars (from 15th March)
Tues: Flute/Saxophone & Keyboards
Thurs: Brass & Drums

 

 There are still no after school Sports clubs.
 

Thank you for your ongoing support.
Take care,
 

Mrs Wygladala

COVID Staggered School Times

Reception - 8.45am to 3pm
Year 1 - 8.40am to 3.05pm
Year 2 - 8.50am to 3.15pm
Year 3 - 8.55am to 3.20pm
Year 4 - 8.50am to 3.15pm
Year 5 - 8.45am to 3.10pm
Year 6 - 8.40am to 3.10pm

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Welcome to St Kentigern’s Catholic Primary School, the oldest Catholic primary school in Blackpool. I hope our school website will give our parents, carers and prospective parents an insight into the life of our small, busy and friendly school. As a Catholic school we offer our children the opportunity to grow as young people and encourage them to develop a closer relationship with God in an atmosphere of mutual love and respect.  We seek to live out the values of Jesus Christ daily, promoting them by our words and deeds. Jesus told us to “Treat others as you would like to be treated”, our school motto and this reminds us every day to go the extra mile for the children within our care. 

St Kentigern’s is a school we are all proud of, it is a vibrant, positive place that provides a safe and welcoming environment in which to learn. Our children enjoy coming to school, are motivated by their successes and become confident, resilient citizens.  

We aim to cultivate first class partnerships with parents and carers, governors, parish and the local community who play such an important part in the life of our thriving school.

I hope our website will give you a taste of our school as well as providing regular updated information to parents/carers. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is anything else you would like to know about our school.

Yours faithfully,

Frances Wygladala

 

Remote education provision: information for parents at St.Kentigern’s
Remote education provision document FEB 2021

 

For the UK's COVID advice, please have a look at the gov.uk websites official advice.  

Education Advice

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-maintaining-educational-provision/guidance-for-schools-colleges-and-local-authorities-on-maintaining-educational-provision

 

Government Response

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

 

Main Gov website

https://www.gov.uk/

 

Public Health England letter to schools, parents and guardians
Letter to schools, when to book a test. PDF

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