School Opening in September
We are pleased that the Government has released its expectations for schools opening in September and that all children will be returning to school. Things will of course not be completely normal but when making our plans we have tried to ensure that school runs as near to normal as it can. Please link on the document below for information on how the school will operate in September. Please bear in mind that when all the children are back we may have to make amendments and adjustments as we see how things are working. We will of course keep you informed of any changes.
As from September, we will be communicating with parents and carers more often through email. If you are a parent at the school and you do not think we have your email address please call the school office to update your contact details.
When waiting on the KS2 playground to collect children please wait in the zones specified for your child's year group and socially distance from other parents. Please leave the site as soon as you have collected your child(ren).
All procedures will be monitored and adapted as necessary.
Working from Home
We will not be setting any home learning over the summer holidays. However, some of the information here may still be relevant. So we will leave it here until September.
Click here for a message from the staff to all our Anlabees!
To access information on home learning please click on the link below.
Funded Nursery places for 3 and 4 year olds are currently available.
Please go to the Nursery page of our website or call in at the school office for more details.
WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL
I would like to welcome you to Anlaby Primary School. We are a friendly , helpful and committed school and we believe that every child matters and learning should be at the heart of everything we do.
Our innovative, creative and exciting Cornerstones curriculum provides opportunities that enable our children to become enthusiastic, ambitious and resilient learners.
All members of our school community aspire to achieve their full potential. This ensures that we aim for all our children to make the best possible progress from their starting points and are supported to achieve high level academic skills and knowledge.
We recognise and appreciate our responsibilities for ourselves and the wider world.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Mr Gareth May
We are following the guidelines from Public Health England and further support and advice can be sought by visiting their website at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public