In-line with Government guidance, the school will remain closed to most pupils until further notice. Children of keyworkers are welcome to attend school at Great Ellingham during the Easter holiday, unless other arrangements can be safely made.
Teachers are keeping their class pages updated with suggested work and activities. There is an expectation that children are completing some of these activities, as well as IXL, on a daily basis.
I hope that you are all keeping well. Stay safe.
Very best wishes,
Also in line with government guidance, can I please remind all children that they are not permitted to play with any child they do not live with. I know that we are enjoying warm, sunny days and that it is very tempting to play with friends at the village playing fields and recreation grounds. However, to keep the spread of coronavirus to a minimum and to protect the NHS, we must stick to the new rules and only exercise with members of our own family.
Thank you for your understanding,
We have now received advice from the DfE on how we can issue all parents entitled to FREE SCHOOL MEALS with supermarket E-vouchers to the value of £15 per week, per child. If your child has not been attending any sessions at Great Ellingham Primary, parents will receive vouchers back-dated to Monday 23rd March 2020.
Please remember that you will only receive E-vouchers during term-time. If the schools remain closed after the Easter holiday, the system should allow us to ensure that you receive the E-vouchers weekly going forward.
Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 who are entitled to Infant Free School Meals, and are not Pupil Premium, will not be entitled to receive food vouchers.
As of Thursday 2nd April, the Norse school kitchen will be closed and there will be no school dinners available at school. All key worker children attending sessions must bring a pakced lunch from home, as well as their usual water bottle.
Guidance for key workers and parents of vulnerable children can be found here. Our school provision will be open for those children who absolutely need to attend; please reads through this guidance for further details.
For information and advice on how to help your children continue with their education from home, please click here to be directed to our dedicated home-learning information page.
If anyone has any safeguarding concerns during this period, you can contact Mrs Dekker on firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address is to be used only for safeguarding issues and not general questions about school.
Any updates about reopening will be posted here in due course and parents have been given email addresses to contact their class teachers for anything related to learning and homework.
We encourage you to join us in following the latest advice provided by the NHS website and Gov.uk, and do what we can to help others in these uncertain times.
Welcome to Rocklands Primary School
On behalf of the children, staff and governors I would like to say welcome to the Rocklands Community Primary School website. We aim to present useful information here about our school, whether for existing or future school families and pupils.
Rocklands School is a lovely, rural school situated about five miles from Attleborough and is larger than it looks from the road! There are around 76 pupils in three mixed-age classes. We have a well-equipped playground and access to village playing fields.
We are happy to welcome parents who are considering placing their children in our school. You can contact the school office on 01953 483369 or email email@example.com.
We have high expectations for our pupils; they achieve and behave well. We are a small school at the heart of our community and Ofsted have graded our school as good. We continually aim to improve our provision and outcomes for pupils and feel this is summed up in our school motto:
Small School: Big Heart, Great Expectations
Please go ahead and explore our website. We're working hard to add more information; if you can't find anything please contact the school office.