Our school will reopen to all pupils on Monday 8th March. The arrangements are going to be the same as they were during the autumn term, before we went into this current lockdown period. Full details of these arrangements may be viewed by clicking here or on the 'Back to School Info' tab near the top of each page on our website. NB There will be a slightly staggered start during the first week back for our New Nursery pupils - those children who have not been in to school at
We will be giving out more information about the 8th March Reopening of our school to all pupils shortly. In preparation for this, our school will close briefly at 12pm on Friday 5th March for the AFTERNOON ONLY. This is in order to undertake cleaning and other preparation of classrooms for the return on Monday 8th. For those parents who have had children in school this term so far, they will need to collect their children at 12pm on Friday 5th March.
A case study of one of our Global Partnership Projects has been published in a British Council Report. Many thanks go to our teachers Miss Baitson and Mrs Warcup for masterminding this project plus Miss Truelove (BEM), who is one of our governors and Mrs Guthrie (our Hull Global Projects Coordinator) for their outstanding contributions to this initiative. Please click below for the full report.
We have a job vacancy at Stepney. This is for a lunchtime supervisor. The post is officially called: Child Supervisory Support Officer Grade 1, 5 hours per week (Actual Salary £2,009 per annum) Term Time Only Monday - Friday 12.10pm - 1.10pm The Yorkshire and the Humber Co-operative Learning Trust (YHCLT) was formed in September 2016 and is now responsible for 9 schools across Hull, 2 secondary and 7 primary schools. We are committed to ensuring that all of our schools have a
Year 6 Parents - your children will soon be preparing to leave their time at primary school and move to secondary school. Every year, there are transition arrangements involving days at their new schools. This year, these is planned to be a 5 day, fully immersive transition week for all Year 6 pupils in the penultimate week of the Summer term (the week beginning the 12th July). More information will be available nearer the time.
We are all really excited because next week on Thursday 4th March, it is World Book Day. Whether at school or at home, we want to see pupils, staff and parents (if they wish) dressing up as a Super Hero. There is also a great competition to see if you can turn a vegetable into a book character. As the photos show, there are going to be some super prizes, which we will be able to give out the week after when school reopens.
As you may have seen on the News last night, the Prime Minister announced that schools will reopen on Monday 8th March. This week, we will be organising for the return of pupils on this date. This will include looking at the government guidance that will be sent out to schools and then relooking at our risk assessments. We will keep you up to date with our arrangements, once we have confirmed these.
Hello Everyone. We hope you have had a good half term holiday. We are still working in our bubbles for some children and working remotely for the majority of our pupils. We are all awaiting Boris Johnson's announcement later today about the full reopening of schools. Some people wonder if we hear any news before parents. We don't and we are as reliant on watching the News as everyone else is. Any developments will be shared with you as soon as we able to. As the saying goes..
We are delighted to announce that the school winner of the reading prize, provided by the brilliant people at Ready Steady Read is Zihad in Year 6. We are indebted to Ready Steady Read and their sponsors Sewell for their most generous donations.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the reading prize, provided by the brilliant people at Ready Steady Read is Grace in Year 5. We are indebted to Ready Steady Read and their sponsors Sewell for their most generous donations.
On behalf of all the staff and governors at Stepney, we would like to say a Big Thank You to our parents and pupils. This half term has been another very difficult one for everyone. Our staff have been working extremely hard getting resources ready, marking work and meeting pupils in the Google Classrooms or via Tapestry (for our Nursery and Reception Classes). In addition, they have still been teaching the children who have been in school because their parents are critical w
To help the remote learning being undertaken by our Nursery and Reception children on Tapestry and in their meetings on Google Classroom, staff also have prepared some further resource packs to give out. Please call at the school office between 1.30pm and 2.30pm tomorrow (Friday 12th February). We will then issue you with a pack.
We have sent out a text link for a questionnaire to all parents asking for you views on our Remote Learning Provision. We would be grateful for your thoughts. We are all hopeful that after the half term holiday it won't be too long before we may get back to reopening the whole of the school. Like everyone else, we are continuing watching the news and listening to the government's announcements.
We will be continuing to work with Test and Trace after we close and we would like to make sure that you are clear about who to contact and what to do if your child tests positive for coronavirus over the holiday period. If, after we close on Friday for half term your child tests positive for coronavirus, having developed symptoms on or before Sunday 14th February, you must contact the school nursing team on 01482 336634 or 01482 344301. (They are open Monday to Friday) The S