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Letters home to parents & carers:

23rd July 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

As we come to the end of a very different school year, I wanted to say a huge thank you to all of our children, parents/carers and staff. This year has presented us with so many challenges and as a community, we have worked together, and overcome every single one!  I am so proud of our Pearson family.

Thank you for your continued support and kind words over the past year, it really does make a difference.

Uniform

When we return to school in September, we expect all children to be in the Pearson school uniform. Wearing a uniform helps us look smart and feel like we belong.  Our uniform consists of:

Plain black trousers/shorts/skirt/pinafore

White collared polo shirt

Navy blue jumper or cardigan (with or without Pearson logo)

Plain black sensible shoes

We will hold another uniform shop on Tuesday 7th September, more details will follow via text, closer to the time.

School day

Please remember the school gates will open at 8.45am and school will finish at 3.15pm for all pupils when we return on Wednesday 8th September.

Breakfast Club

Our free breakfast club opens at 8am daily and is open to all children from EYFS2 to Year 6.

We provide a free, delicious, healthy breakfast and the children can join in with a variety of play and educational activities such as colouring, table tennis, board games and playing with toys.

There is no need to book, just turn up at 8am!

After School Clubs

We are delighted to say that we will be offering a variety of after school clubs when we return in September. Will send more information during our first week back.

We hope you all have an amazing summer holiday, stay safe and we will see you all on Wednesday 8th September.

Take very good care

Mrs Clarkson

21st July 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

We are very excited to share some amazing news with you all!

We are proud to announce that three of our wonderful Pearson family have recently gained a promotion within our trust.  This means that although they will sadly be leaving us here at Pearson, they will remain part of the HCAT team.

Miss Bennett (EYFS ASA), Mrs Shore (Finance Manager) and Ged Watts (Site Facilities Manager) will all leave for their new roles this Friday, the 23rd of July.

Miss Bennett, Mrs Shore and Ged have all worked at Pearson for a number of years and we would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you for all their hard work and commitment.

We will miss them all, but know you will join us in congratulating them on their marvellous achievement and wishing them the very best of luck in their new HCAT schools.

Thank you,

Mrs Clarkson

Headteacher

16th July 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

This week the children have all settled well into their new classrooms and impressed their new teachers with their willingness to learn. Well done everybody!

Bikes and Scooters

If your child travels to school on a bike or scooter, please make sure that they are aware of the potential dangers around them.

Recently, a child cycled onto the road outside the school gates without looking, which almost resulted in them being knocked off their bike by a passing car. The motorist was quick to act and luckily, the child was unharmed. However, this could have been a very serious accident.

Please ensure your child:

  • always wears a helmet
  • understands basic road safety, especially if they travel to school alone
  • is courteous to pedestrians when using the footpaths to cycle and scoot to school
  • does not ride their bike or scooter on school grounds

Eid al-Adha

We know many of our families will be celebrating next week, so if your child will not be attending school during Eid al-Adha, you must inform the school in writing by Monday 19th July. Your child’s absence will then be recorded as a religious observance.

Please note, if we do not receive notification in writing we will contact you, either over the phone or in person and your child may be marked as an unauthorised absence.

You can pass your letter to a member of staff on the playground or hand it in to the school office, thank you.

Covid-19 Procedures from Monday 19th July

Although the Government will be relaxing the rules on Monday, we have been given very clear advice from Public Health and our local authority to maintain our existing measures.  This means, that until the end of term, we will continue to:

  • ask all adults to wear a mask on the playground and all communal areas
  • stagger our start/finish times and lunch times
  • keep children in their existing bubbles
  • maintain social distancing

Thank you for your continued support in helping to keep our school community safe.

Hull Healthy Holidays at Pearson Primary School

We have recently sent a leaflet home with information about this exciting opportunity for our children to enjoy over the summer holidays.

Hull City Council are providing free, fun clubs for children aged 5+ throughout the summer holidays.  There are clubs available all over Hull, with one based here at Pearson Primary School.  The clubs are available on a first come, first served basis and places are filling up fast. To book a space for you child, please see https://bookings.hullhealthyholidays.co.uk/

If you need any further information, please contact Miss Maw on Tel: 07584 392023.

We have one more week at school before the start of the summer holidays so let’s hope this beautiful weather is here to stay!  Have a wonderful weekend, and we will see you all on Monday for a fun, last week of term.

Take very good care,

Mrs Clarkson

9th July 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

This week has been a very exciting fun-filled week. We have been showing our colours during sports week and today, children in years 1-6 have enjoyed their end of year parties.

School Reports

We hope you enjoyed reading your child’s reports, the children have all worked so hard this year and we are very proud of them all.

If you would like to discuss your child’s report with their current class teacher, we have the following dates available for a telephone appointment. All appointments will be in 10 minutes time slots between 3.30pm and 5.00pm.

EYFS – Wednesday 14th July

Year 1 – Tuesday 13th July

Year 2 – Wednesday 14th July

Year 3 – Monday 12th July

Year 4 – Monday 12th July

Year 5 – Wednesday 14th July

Year 6 – Tuesday 13th July

If you would like an appointment, please call the school office on Tel: 01482 328569 to arrange a time.

School Uniform

As we are nearing the end of term, many of you will be thinking about buying new uniform, ready for September.  We have made some small changes to our uniform, so from September our uniform will be:

Navy blue jumper or cardigan (with or without the Pearson logo)

Plain black trousers/skirt/pinafores/shorts

White collared polo shirt

Plain black sensible shoes

We will be selling school jumpers (£8.50) and school cardigans (£10.00) on the playground on Wednesday 14th July. You can buy jumpers and cardigans between school start time until 9.30am and then again from school finish time until 3.30pm.

We will be also selling uniform on Tuesday 7th September between 10.30am and 11.30am.

Healthy Holidays Hull 2021

We have been incredibly lucky here at Pearson Primary School and we are going to be hosting a healthy holiday camp provided by First Step Sports Group. This will provide healthy, fun activities for children and will run for either 4 morning or 4 afternoons a week from 16th August.  Places must be pre-booked, and spaces are limited, so watch out for further details soon.

We hope you all have a fantastic weekend and let’s hope England win on Sunday evening and football finally comes home!

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

 

 

25th June 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

We are at the end of another, very busy week.  Thank you for your continued support with wearing masks on school grounds and continuing to social distance.  Thank you for keeping to your allocated time for school pick up and drop off too, it all helps to keep our community safe.

As we are nearing the end of the summer term, we are busy preparing our children for their next exciting chapter of school life.

Parents of EYFS2 Children

Our EYFS2 children are growing up so quickly and it is almost time for them to move up to Year 1.  To help the children move easily into the next phase of their education, their new class 1 teacher will join them in EYFS from Monday 12th July for the whole week.  The class will have a party with Mrs Thackrey on Friday 16th July. From Monday 19th July, the children and their new class 1 teacher will move into their new classroom for the final week. This will give the children the chance to get to know their teacher and new environment ready for September.

Details of your child’s new class teacher will be sent out soon.

Parents of Year 1 up to Year 5 Children

To help the children transition smoothly into the next school year, they will spend the last two weeks of this term in their new classroom with their new teacher. This means that Friday 9th July will be the last day your child spends in their current year.  Each class will celebrate with a party on the same day, Friday 9th July.

This will give the children the opportunity to settle into their new classroom and allow both the children and their new teacher to get to know one another before the hard work begins in September.

Details of your child’s new class teacher will be sent out soon.

PSHE Curriculum Discussion

Should you wish to discuss elements of the PSHCE curriculum with your child, we would like to offer our support to help you understand what we will be teaching  over the next few weeks. On Monday 28th June, we will make teachers available to talk you through the lessons and resources we will be using.  There is no need to book, just turn up. We will be holding 3 sessions:

Ladies only – 1.45pm till  2.15pm

Gentlemen only – 2.15pm till 2.45pm

Mixed session – 2.45pm – 3.15pm

Parents of Year 6 Children

Our Year 6 children all enjoyed a wonderful sunny day away at the seaside this week.  They had a brilliant time playing on the beach and eating ice cream!

As the Year 6 transition to senior school will be virtual this year, for the last two weeks of term, Year 6 will become our very first Pearson Year 7! From Monday 12th July, the work the children will complete will be provided by their new school. We will of course, be on hand to support and guide them through their work.

All parents

If we are lucky enough to have some sunny days in the coming weeks, please make sure you apply plenty of sun cream before your child comes to school and they bring a hat. We like to spend lots of time outside here at Pearson!

We hope you have a lovely relaxing weekend and look forward to seeing you all next week. If you have any questions or concerns at all, please do contact us by emailing admin.pearson@hcat.org.uk or telephoning the office on 01482 328569.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

18th June 2021

 Dear parents and carers,

We have had a really good start to this term, the children have all worked very hard in class and we have finally been able to enjoy some beautiful sunshine, even if it was just for a few glorious days!

Staggered start times

Thank you for making sure your child arrives at school for their allocated start time every day, we do appreciate your support.

As a reminder:

  • If your child’s allocated start time is 45am, please collect your child at 3.00pm
  • If your child’s allocated start time is 00am, please collect your child at 3.15pm

Please be prompt, but not early, when collecting your child at the end of the school day. We need to continue to keep the number of people on our school grounds to an absolute minimum, so being on time really does help to keep our community safe.

End of term events

We have been eagerly waiting for government guidance as to how we can safely organise some end of term school events. We have received some updated advice this week, so we are looking forward to planning some fun school activities for the rest of this term. We will be in touch shortly with more information.

We hope to see some sunshine again over the weekend, but whatever the weather, we hope you have a lovely time.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

Headteacher

27th May 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,
First, I just want to thank you for a fabulous half term and a huge well done to everybody for all your hard work.

Half Term
Remember school closes today Thursday 28th May and reopens on Wednesday 9th June.

COVID
If your child presents with any symptoms up to Saturday 29th at 15:15pm you must book A Covid test and inform the school on 07392 770625, the whole household must isolate until a negative test result is received. To book a Covid test please telephone :119 or book online at https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test

If your child has symptoms after this date, you do not need to inform the school, but you should still book a test.

School Uniform
We are hoping for lots of sunshine this summer term so if you are thinking of buying uniform for the warmer weather, please remember it is a blue gingham dress or black or grey school shorts. Also, we do have other items of uniform available to buy in school.

The weather for the next week is looking so much better and I hope everyone have a restful break and enjoys some much-needed time with their families.

Take very good care,
Mrs L Clarkson

21st May 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

Another mix of sunshine and showers this week, I cannot believe it is almost June! The rain has not phased the children however, and they have been working very hard in all aspects of their learning.

EID

I would like to thank everybody for taking part in our Eid celebrations last week. The children and staff had a wonderful time, and it was fantastic to see so many wonderful party clothes. 

COVID

Although restrictions have been eased somewhat, our policy at school has not changed and I wish to remind parents to please wear a mask when on the school grounds and always maintain social distancing.

Please do not send your child to school if they or anyone in your household are displaying one or more of the following symptoms:

  • A high temperature.
  • A loss or change in normal sense of smell or taste.
  • A new continuous cough.

You must book a Covid test for the person displaying symptoms and the whole household must isolate until a negative test result is received. To book a Covid test please telephone :119 or book online at https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test

EYFS – Year 4

Next week our teachers from F2 through to year 4 will be Telephoning parents to discuss how your children have adapted to returning to school after lockdown and answer any questions that you have

Half term

Remember we break for half term on Thursday 28th May and return on Wednesday 9th June.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

7th May 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

Despite the very wet weather this week, we have had a wonderful week here at Pearson Primary. The children have settled back in nicely after the Easter break and its lovely to see them engaging in their learning once more.

EID

We are going to be celebrating Eid next Friday afternoon, we will have fish & chips for lunch, followed by some special yummy puddings made by our own school cook.

The children will then have a party back in their own classroom and we invite them to come to school on Friday in their favourite party clothes to help make this celebration special.

Unfortunately, due to the current restrictions, we are unable to accept any of your delicious homecooked food this year.  Instead, we are asking for a 50p donation per child so that we can provide some party food for everybody.  Please bring your 50p donation to your class on Friday morning.

Social Distancing

Thank you again for your continued support and for helping us keep everyone safe on the playground by adhering to our social distancing guidelines, our one-way system and, wearing a face covering while on school grounds.  These measures really do help keep our community safe.

Let’s hope the weather is a little kinder to us this weekend, enjoy your family time and I look forward to welcoming you back Monday for the start of a new week.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

16th April 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

We hope you have all had a lovely Easter break.  We have had such a wonderful start to the summer term, the children have worked very hard and are already back into the school routine. We have really enjoyed seeing the children playing out in the sunshine!

Attendance

Sending your child to school every day is vital for their education and well-being, especially now after experiencing months of lockdown.

Throughout the Summer term, we are going to hold a weekly, virtual assembly for the children to reward excellent attendance.  This will include:

  • Every child will get a raffle ticket for every day they attend school. Every week, a raffle will be drawn per class and 2 lucky children will get to enjoy a cupcake and juice drink as an extra special treat.
  • Most improved class – the class with the most improved attendance for that week will get an extra break time.
  • Every week your total class attendance is over 96%, your class will receive a token. Each token is worth £5.00 and will be converted to cash at the end of the term for the children to spend on a class activity. Amazing! How much can your class win? What will you spend it on? We cannot wait to find out!

Let us all do our very best and arrive on time, every day!

Be On Time

Please ensure your child arrives at school on time. Children who are late, often miss important work that is used as a framework for the rest of the school day, and it can also disrupt the rest of the class upon their arrival.

Social Distancing

Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe on the playground by adhering to our social distancing guidelines, our one way system and, wearing a face covering while on school grounds.  These measures really do help keep our community safe.

Parent/Teacher Meetings

We will be in touch to arrange virtual meetings between parents and teachers to discuss your children’s progress.  A letter with more details will be sent out soon.

I am hoping for a sunny weekend for us all to enjoy, but whatever the weather, I hope you have a relaxing weekend and I look forward to seeing you all on Monday.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

Headteacher

26th March 2021

School re-opens on Tuesday 13th April 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

The children have wowed us once again with their resilience and enthusiasm on their return to school, they have all worked incredibly hard over the past three weeks, so well done to everyone.  It is now time for a well earnt rest, and we return on Tuesday 13th April so we hope you all have the most amazing time!

Thank You Pearson Staff

We are sure you will join us in thanking our wonderful, dedicated team of staff here at Pearson. They have all gone the extra mile to make sure that all children in our Pearson family are kept safe, happy and well educated.  Thank you.

Friday Early Leave

Today is our last early Friday leave and when we return after Easter, all children will leave at their normal pick up time of 3pm or 3.15pm, Monday to Friday.

In-house Catering

We are excited to share with you that from next term, all our catering will be ran in-house.  The staff who currently provide our school catering have transferred to HCAT from our contract caterers and are looking forward to providing healthy, nutritious lunches.

In making this change, we are able to have a greater freedom to plan menus that we know the children will love, and we hope that you will work with us to encourage your children to choose the school meal option as often as possible.

New Lunch Menus

Please follow this link to view the menus https://pearsonprimaryschool.co.uk/parents/school-lunches/

For those children in Year 3 and above who are not entitled to benefit based free school meals, the cost remains at £1.50 per day. Whenever possible, please pay in advance, in a sealed, named envelope.

Free School Meals

For more information about benefit based free school meals, or if you think you may be eligible, please follow this link to the Hull City Council website https://bit.ly/3w2sY6q

We hope you have a magical Easter and you get to make many fun, family memories together. Take very good care and we look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday 13th April for the start of the Summer term.

Happy Easter!

Mrs L Clarkson

12th March 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

We have all had such a wonderful week, seeing our school full of happy children. They all seem to have grown so much!

Thank you for respecting our social distancing rules while on school site but please remember that all adults must wear a face covering at all times on the playground.

Our staggered start and finish times have really helped us adhere to our safety procedures and we thank you for your continued support with this.

Friday’s

When we return after the Easter holidays, Friday’s will resume to our normal full day with either a 3pm or 3.15pm finish.

Red Nose Day

We will be selling red noses at a cost of £1.50 each, ready for the big day on Friday 19th March.  There are 9 red noses and one super rare gold nose, all of which are the most fantastically fun group of woodland creatures you have ever met. The noses are in sealed boxes and you will not be able to see which red nose you have until you open the box. Please note, unfortunately we will not be able to exchange or refund you if you do not get the nose you want.

We will send more details of when and where to buy your noses from next week.

PE Kit

As some children are coming to school in their PE kits on their class PE day, it is important that we wear the correct clothing.  Wearing the correct uniform or PE kit, helps us to look smart and feel like we belong.

Our School PE Kit is:

  • Blue or white plain t-shirt
  • Blue or black plain sports shorts
  • Trainers or sandshoes
  • For colder weather a plain black, grey or blue hoodie/sweatshirt and tracksuit bottoms

We hope you all have a fabulous weekend, and we look forward to another great week next week.

Take very good care of one another,

Mrs L Clarkson

9th February 2021

Dear all,

I hope this letter finds you safe and well.

We have been so pleased to see so many of our children back in school, now that we are in the early stages of returning to some normality.

I would like to confirm that all HCAT schools will be returning to their previous individual school timetable after the easter break. This means from week commencing 12th April, Pearson Primary School will be open for a full day on Fridays.

We want to thank you for your support during these extremely challenging circumstances. Your understanding and co-operation has been greatly appreciated.

Kind regards

Estelle Macdonald

HCAT CEO

23rd February 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

Further to the Prime Minister’s announcement last night, we are delighted to confirm that school will fully reopen on the 8th March and we expect all pupils to attend from this date.

We would like to reassure you that the safety of our Pearson family is a priority, and we are working hard putting plans in place to continue to keep everyone safe upon our return.

We will be in touch soon with further details regarding start & finish times, safety measures & restrictions and any other useful information.

For now, until we return, please continue to work hard with your remote learning so that you are ready to return to school on the 8th March.

We really are looking forward to seeing you all soon and can’t wait to have our wonderful school full of happy children again.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

12th February 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

We are now at the end of a very different and incredibly difficult half term.  Your support over these past few weeks has been overwhelming, and we cannot thank you enough for all you have done. The children have worked extremely hard and we have loved seeing all their fabulous work. Their resilience and determination has really shone through; we are very proud of each and every one of them, well done!

Although we cannot wait to see all our children back in school, unfortunately, we are still waiting on Government guidance as to when this might happen.  We will keep you all updated as soon as we have any more information.

Remote learning begins again and school will partially reopen (for those children currently attending) on Tuesday 23rd February.

We hope you all enjoy a wonderful, well deserved rest. Keep safe and take very good care of one another,

Mrs Clarkson

5th February 2021

 Dear Parents and Carers,

Your continued support with remote learning over these past few weeks has not gone unnoticed, thank you. We are seeing some really fabulous work from our amazing children, please continue to keep up the good work – only one more week left this half term!

Wellbeing Wednesday

After receiving lots of fantastic feedback from our first ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’, we are happy to report that it was a tremendous success! Thank you all for taking part with such enthusiasm, the photos and videos you have sent us of your family groups taking part have been wonderful.  We have thoroughly enjoyed seeing all your smiling faces and we look forward to seeing more next Wednesday.

Full School Reopening

We have not been advised by the government of when schools will fully re-open, as soon as we have any more information, we will let you know as quickly as possible.

Half Term

We break up for half term at 1pm on Friday 12th February 2021 and the children who are currently in school, return on Tuesday 23rd February 2021. Please note, there will be no provision for any children to attend school during half term.

As always, if you need any further support,  please contact us by either emailing admin.pearson@hcat.org.uk or by calling 01482 328569 during school hours.

We hope you enjoy a relaxing weekend, take very good care of one another,

Mrs L Clarkson

29th January 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

After a tough few weeks, we wanted to say thank you once again for your unwavering support and hard work in helping your children continue to learn.

We have been working incredibly hard to make our remote learning experience the very best it can be for our children. We have recently had a visit from Darren Marks (HCAT head of school improvement and Ofsted Inspector) and Estelle Macdonald (HCAT CEO) to review our remote learning offer and we are thrilled to share that they were incredibly complimentary about the offer we are providing for the children. They were especially impressed with the engagement of the children who are working from home. This is testament to you, our amazing parents, carers, older siblings and other adults in your household. Your continued hard work, commitment and resilience during these difficult times has once again made us incredibly proud to part of the Pearson family.

Many of the staff at Pearson are parents too, and we well understand the challenges that remote learning can present. Within our own families, some days are an absolute joy and other days can feel like we have achieved nothing at all! Although the struggles in each household vary, I am confident that we are all facing increased demands, to meet the needs of individual children of different ages, particularly in households with a number of children.

With this in mind, and to coincide with Mental Health Week next week, we are launching ‘Well Being Wednesday’ for the next two weeks.

Our aim is to create family-based learning opportunities, in line with the national Mental Health Week event, that will bring your whole family together to engage in fun learning activities that promote wellbeing.

These activities still follow National Curriculum guidelines of offering a broad and balanced curriculum. It is important though, that all children still complete their daily reading lesson, and those children in EYFS and Years 1 & 2 will also need to complete their daily phonics lessons. However, each Wednesday the rest of the remote learning work will focus on work the whole family, regardless of age, can complete together. We are hoping to include subjects such as art, outdoor learning, and fitness.

You will be able to access the ‘Well Being Wednesday’ work in the exact same way as you normally access remote learning.

There is no expectation for you to submit the ‘Well Being Wednesday’ completed work to the class teachers, but we would love it if you chose to share some of your Wednesday family learning pictures with us.

We think you are all doing a fabulous job! Keep going – we only have two more weeks until half term when we can all enjoy a much-deserved break.  Keep safe and take very good care.

Mrs L Clarkson

Headteacher

15th January 2021

 Dear Parents and Carers,

Thank you once again for all your efforts with remote learning this week. We really appreciate everything that you are doing to ensure your children can access the work online, whether this be on Teams or ClassDojo. We are responding to feedback from our weekly calls to you and adjusting our delivery to make the lessons as engaging as possible for the children.

Please remember to contact your class teacher on ClassDojo, Teams or by calling the school if you need any support with the remote learning.

Curriculum Information

PSHCE

As we start the New Year, ‘Dreams and Goals’ will be our Jigsaw focus for the next half term.  Here is a list of the whole school weekly themes for PSHCE that we will be covering:

  • Stay motivated when doing something challenging
  • Keep trying even when it is difficult
  • Work well with a partner or in a group
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Help others to achieve their goals
  • Working hard to achieve your dreams and goals

If you have any questions or queries related to our PSHCE lessons, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Thackrey.

Wellbeing Week

In school, we also look forward to taking part in ‘Wellbeing week’ starting on the 18th January, and ‘Mental Health’ week on the 1st February.

Please make sure you are taking time to look after each other during these testing times.

Throughout the month of February, we will also be participating in various activities related to ‘National Heart Month’, where we will be learning how to keep ourselves healthy.  On the 10th February, we will also be celebrating the Chinese New Year.

Have a brilliant weekend, enjoy the well-deserved rest from remote learning, and most importantly – stay safe.

Mrs L Clarkson

8th January 2021

Dear Parents and Carers

I would like to start this letter by wishing you all a happy new year! We hope you enjoyed the Christmas break and made lots of happy memories.  The year may not have started as we expected but we hope 2021 is a better year for us all.

This term has begun a bit differently to what we planned and has already presented us with a few extra challenges. As always, your unwavering support has been amazing and has made the last few days much easier for us to arrange, thank you.

As you are aware, the school partially re-opened on Wednesday for our keyworker and vulnerable children, along with those children unable to complete remote learning at home.

Remote learning

As advised by the Government, every child should be completing a minimum amount of remote learning each day, including teacher led learning. This will be monitored by the class teacher and should be for:

  • 3 hours a day for years EYFS2, Year 1 and Year 2
  • 4 hours a day for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

To complete the work, your child will need access to the internet and a device such as a tablet or laptop.

All work for EYFS, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 can accessed by:

  • Visiting our website at Pearsonprimaryschool.co.uk
  • Scroll down until you reach ‘Home Learning Resources’
  • Click on your child’s year group

All work for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 can accessed by:

  • Visiting our website at Pearsonprimaryschool.co.uk
  • Clicking on the ‘Teams Login’ link at the top right-hand side of the home page.

Problems with remote learning

If you are experiencing problems accessing the Home Learning Resources on our website, please call the school immediately, and we will do everything that we can to support your access.

We will be monitoring that all children are doing their remote learning every week and, in the event that a child is not completing their work, we will be contacting you to discuss this further.

What you need to know if your child does attend school

We have tried to keep the day as a typical school day with break times and lunchtimes broadly as usual.  The children are completing the same remote learning work as those at home and they will take part in extra activities in line with the curriculum.

  • Please continue to use our one-way system, and stay behind the yellow line
  • Only one adult to enter the school grounds and they must wear a face covering at all times
  • The children start at 9am and finish at 3pm. Except on a Friday, when they leave at 1pm
  • The children must wear their school uniform
  • There is still an option of a hot meal or sandwich/wrap at lunchtime. The cost of a school meal is £1.50 per day for those in Years 3-6, unless you are entitled to benefit-based free school meals
  • Send your child with their bookbag and book so that we can change it regularly
  • Please do not send your child to school if your child or anyone in your household have any Coronavirus symptoms

Benefit-based free school meals

For those children that are entitled to free school meals and are not attending school, we will be providing a weekly food bag per child. We will be in contact next week with those families that are entitled to a food bag.

I hope you are all keeping safe and well and look forward to our school being full of happy children again soon.  Have a lovely weekend and take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

5th January 2020

 Dear Parents and Carers,

Happy new year! I am pleased to inform you that your child has successfully been allocated a place at school. To reassure you, your child’s day will be as close to a typical school day as possible.

Please carefully read the information below:

  • The school day for EYFS2, Yr1, Yr2, Yr3, Yr4, Yr5 & Yr6 will be 9am until 3pm. For health and safety reasons,  we have made a decision that any child that attends in these year groups must attend for the whole day
  • This Friday will be 9am – 1pm.  We will update you about the following Friday’s as soon as possible. Please be prompt
  • The school day for EYFS1 will be 9am until 12pm
  • Only one adult to enter the school grounds and they MUST wear a face covering
  • Please use the same entrance/exit as usual
  • You must stay behind the yellow line
  • The lunch menu will remain the same or you can send your child with a packed lunch
  • Please send your child in their school uniform
  • The children will be accessing the same remote learning provision in class as the children at home. If time allows, we will complete additional learning activities based on the curriculum
  • Please send your child with their bookbag so that we can change their books on a regular basis

Please be aware if your child does not attend school as agreed, normal attendance procedures will apply.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Mrs L Clarkson

5th January 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

Further to the Government announcement yesterday, I wanted to write to update you on the current situation.

Today, we have been very busy planning and organising. From tomorrow we are moving to a partial opening for critical workers and vulnerable children, and remote learning for those not in school. This will continue until at least Tuesday 23rd February.

Critical Worker & Vulnerable Children

If we are aware you child falls into this category, we will already have contacted you to arrange a place for your child. If you are a critical worker, as per the government list, which can be found here http://bit.ly/3nhbaz9 and your child needs a place at school, please contact us immediately to arrange.

The children that attend school during the lockdown period will be completing the same remote learning as those children staying at home. There will be additional learning activities based around the curriculum, if time allows.

Remote Learning

Remote learning will begin tomorrow for all children at home and will be monitored by your child’s teacher. The government expect your child to undertake 3 hours of schoolwork, daily, including direct instruction from a teacher. This will be in the form of internet-based video clips which can only be accessed via a laptop or tablet with internet access.  If you do not have sufficient technology or internet, you must contact the school immediately.

All work can be found on the homepage of our website under Home Learning Resources.

Free School Meals

If your child is in receipt of benefit based free school meals, we are able to offer a grab bag packed lunch for the remainder of this week.  You must inform us if you require a grab bag lunch before 10am daily. We will be in contact shortly with further information about the following weeks.

We appreciate your patience at this very difficult time, and we will keep you updated with any further information.

Please stay safe and take very good care of one another,

Mrs L Clarkson

18th December 2020

 Dear Parents and Carers,

We have come to the end of a very busy but incredibly fun term and I wanted to send you all off on your Christmas break with a truly heartfelt thank you.  Thank you for being so supportive, for all your encouraging words and for helping us keep our children and staff safe.

There are just a few things to make you aware of before you go off to enjoy a well-deserved holiday.

Positive COVID-19 Test Over the Christmas Holidays

We want everybody to enjoy a healthy, happy Christmas holiday but if your child does test positive for COVID-19, and they developed their first symptom before 1.30pm on Sunday 20th December, you MUST inform Mrs Rix on Tel: 07392 770625. If your child develops symptoms after 1.30pm on Sunday 20th December, you do not need to contact school.

Christmas Bubble Guidelines

We know Christmas is a time that we would normally spend with loved ones and friends, however to keep everyone safe over the Christmas holidays, it is vital that we each take personal responsibility to limit the spread of the virus and protect our loved ones, particularly if they are vulnerable.

This means thinking very carefully about the risks of meeting up with others and only doing so if you feel you absolutely need to. For many, this will mean that it isn’t possible to celebrate Christmas in the way you normally would.

If you do decide you need to form a Christmas bubble, you can do so between 23 and 27 December with people from no more than three households.

If you choose to form a bubble:

  • you should stop unnecessary social contact outside your immediate household as soon as possible and for at least five days before you meet other households in your bubble
  • you should keep your bubble as small as possible
  • you can only be in one Christmas bubble
  • you cannot change your Christmas bubble
  • if necessary, you can travel between tiers and UK nations for the purposes of meeting your Christmas bubble
  • you can only meet your Christmas bubble in private homes or in your garden, places of worship, or public outdoor spaces
  • you can only meet people who are not in your Christmas bubble outside your home according to the rules in the tier you are meeting in
  • do not meet socially with friends and family that you do not live with in your home or garden unless they are part of your Christmas bubble

Scientific advice is clear that the longer you meet others for, the higher the risk of you catching and spreading the virus. You should minimise the time you spend with your Christmas bubble and should not stay overnight unless absolutely unavoidable. You cannot meet your Christmas bubble before the 23 December or after the 27 December.

Fond Farewells

As we say our goodbyes to Mrs Janet Lutkin and Mrs Irene Harrington, we wanted to thank them for all their hard work and dedication over the many years they have been part of our Pearson family. We wish them both lots of happiness for the future and hope they will come back to visit us all very soon. We will miss you Mrs Lutkin & Irene.

Friday Early Finishes

Please remember we close early on a Friday afternoon and you must pick your child up on time.

  • If your child normally finishes school at 3pm, Monday to Thursday, you must pick them up at 1pm every Friday until further notice.
  • If your child normally finishes school at 3.15pm, Monday to Thursday, you must pick them up at 1.15pm every Friday until further notice.

When we return after Christmas, the Friday early finishes will continue. We will review the situation again at February half term and we will keep you updated with any changes.

Festive Fun

Over the past few weeks, the children have being enjoying lots of festive fun, and this year, more than ever, we wanted to share our Christmas celebrations with our whole community. Make sure you keep your eye on our Facebook and twitter page or on our website for lots of fun videos and treats.  Look out for an extra special message from our amazing Pearson team, we hope it makes you smile!

Thank You, Team Pearson

Finally, I’m sure you would join me in thanking the whole staff team at Pearson for their incredible hard work and commitment to the school in 2020. Every single member of our community has gone above and beyond to ensure your children are safe, happy and learning. I couldn’t have asked for anything more, thank you.

On behalf of all the staff here at Pearson Primary School, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a very happy new year.

Take very good care and we will see you all when we return to school on Tuesday 5th January 2021.

 

Mrs L Clarkson

11th December 2020

 Dear Parents and Carers,

We are now getting close to the end of a very busy term and we just wanted to say thank you once again for your support over these past months. Your kind words and positivity really do make a difference, thank you.

Christmas Grotto

We have some very exciting news! Today, we have been extremely lucky and Santa has made a flying visit to our Pearson Primary school magical Christmas Grotto. Bernard, Santa’s head elf, has been very busy making a special gift for each child to take home and enjoy. Santa managed to see all the children from Foundation and Classes 1 & 2 before he got called away to a North Pole Emergency, the elves had run out of sellotape!  Santa kindly left gifts for all the children in Classes 3, 4, 5 & 6 before he went.  Did anyone hear the sleigh bells as he flew high above the school? Ho Ho Ho!

The children have been very good and have saved their gift to open when they get home.

Christmas Parties

This year, we are asking for a 50p donation per child to contribute towards the party food.  There will be plenty of treats for the children to enjoy including halal food. The food will be stored and served in a Covid safe way.

Your child can come to school wearing their party clothes on the day of their Christmas party.

Christmas parties will be held on:

Wednesday

Foundation stage 1 & 2

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 5

Thursday

Class 4

Class 6

Enterprise Gifts

Thank you so much for your overwhelming generosity and for buying so many of our handmade gifts.  We have been working really hard to fulfill all your orders and if you have not received yours yet, we will get them to you next week. Thank you for your support and patience.

Staff Changes

Two of our much-loved Pearson family will be retiring at the end of term, Mrs Lutkin and Irene. I’m sure you will all agree, the office won’t be the same without Mrs Lutkin’s friendly face to greet us all and we will miss Irene’s sense of humour in the dining hall.  We will still occasionally see Mrs Lutkin and Irene around school as both have promised to pop back to visit us all soon.

We wish them both lots of happiness for the future.

Christmas Closing

We will close for Christmas on Friday 18th December at 1pm or 1.15pm, depending on your child’s collection time, and will return on Tuesday 5th January.

Friday Early Closing

Our Friday early closing will continue next term and will be reviewed again before our February half term.

As a reminder:

If you normally collect your child at 3pm on a Monday to Thursday, then on a Friday you must collect them at 1pm.

If you normally collect your child at 3.15pm on a Monday to Thursday, then on a Friday you must collect them at 1.15pm.

Please make sure that you pick your child up on time.

Have a wonderful, festive weekend and we will see you all on Monday for our last week of term.

Take very good care

Mrs L Clarkson

Wednesday 9th December 2020

Dear HCAT Parents/Carers

As the year draws to a close, I would like to thank you for all the support you have given to schools during such difficult times. Your positive comments and willingness to work in partnership with us has made this time as successful as it could possibly be.

News about possible early closure

 You may have seen the recent news that the Government invited schools to consider closing a day early next week. At such short notice this would prove too disruptive to both school and families, we have therefore declined the offer. We will close on Friday 18th December after lunch as previously planned.

Review of temporary adjustments to the school week due to Covid

Thankyou for your co operation during this term with the temporary Friday afternoon closures. This measure has allowed us to keep more children in school. Given the uncertainty about what we may face in the early part of 2021, we have decided to continue with closing HCAT schools after lunch on Fridays to avoid any unnecessary further disruption. We will review this measure again before the February half term break 2021.

Finally, all that remains for me to say is to wish you all a safe, healthy and happy Christmas, and we look forward to a brighter 2021.

Yours Faithfully

Estelle Macdonald

CEO HCAT

4th December 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

Christmas is definitely in the air here at Pearson Primary School! What a lovely, busy week we have all had! We have all been working super hard in class and have still managed to  put up our beautiful Christmas trees, wear our Christmas jumpers and prepare our Christmas Enterprize gifts!

Christmas Lunch

This week years 2 & 3 enjoyed their delicious Christmas lunch. Next Thursday, the rest of the school will be able to enjoy a Christmas lunch too. Thursday’s are also Christmas jumper days, so remember to wear yours if you wish.

Tree Decorations

I’m sure you have all seen our outdoor Christmas tree on the school field, at the moment we have a few decorations on it, but would love it if you could make us some more.

Please bring in your homemade decorations, from recycled materials, and help us decorate our community tree. We cannot wait to see your fantastic creations and it would be amazing if we could manage to fill every branch.

Peel Street Park Christmas Tree

Our lucky children from Class 3 visited the Peel Street tree to adorn it with your fabulous decorations. They really enjoyed their trip and the tree looked wonderful.  The tree is there for the benefit of the whole community and is well worth a visit.

Christmas Enterprize Sale

All our Enterprize crafts are carefully made to order by our children and we have so many festive items to choose from. Whatever you choose to buy, we are sure you will love it.

Details of what’s for sale can be found here: https://pearsonprimaryschool.co.uk/parents/newsletters/

Orders can be placed from Monday 7th December, place your orders as soon as possible so you don’t miss out.

I hope you all enjoy a nice relaxing weekend and we look forward to seeing you all on Monday morning.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

27th November 2020

 Dear Parents and Carers,

As December is only a few days away we are beginning to feel rather festive here at Pearson Primary School, so this week’s letter is all about Christmas!

We will still be celebrating Christmas this year with our whole Pearson family, albeit a little different to other years.  This year we will use social media much more to enable everybody to take part.  We will keep you updated about each event nearer the time, via text and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Christmas Tree – Decorations Needed

Our beautiful Christmas trees have arrived and this year we are lucky enough to have a tree outside.  We wanted to make our outdoor Christmas tree a festive focal point for our community, but we need your help to make it the most amazing tree ever! We know you have already been asked to make decorations for the Peel Street tree using recycled materials and we would love it if you could make one for our tree too.  We are really excited to see our tree decorated with your handmade creations.

Christmas Lunch

Our wonderful school cooks are making a delicious Christmas lunch for the children on Thursday 3rd December and Thursday 10th December.  We will be splitting the year groups over the two days to allow the children to have some extra time in the dining hall to enjoy their special meal.  We will inform you via text with the date for your child’s year group.

Christmas Cards

We know how much the children enjoy receiving and sending cards, and we don’t want this year to be any different. Your child can post their cards in a post box in their class and we will distribute them to their friends for them.  As we need to store all Christmas cards for a minimum of 3 days before delivering them to the children, please make sure all cards are in school by Thursday 10th December. Unfortunately, any cards received after this date will not be handed out.

Christmas Fair

Sadly, we are not able to hold a Christmas Fair this year so instead, all our children are making Christmas Enterprise gifts.  Each class has been given a small budget to make their gift with and we will be selling them on to our lovely parents to make a small profit.  All proceeds will go directly back in to making our school such a brilliant place to be.  We are looking forward to sharing our fantastic creations with you and we will send an order form and pricelist home very soon.

We hope you have a wonderful, relaxing weekend and we will see you on Monday for the beginning of a busy but fun week.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

23rd November 2020

Dear parents and carers

I am writing to inform you that we have received confirmation that a member of our school community, who is not a member of your child’s bubble, has tested positive for COVID-19.

Following government and local authority guidance, the affected person and their family have now started their isolation.

We have also sent a letter to parents and carers of children, and the staff, of the school bubble affected telling them that they need to isolate for 14 days from when they last had contact with the person affected, in line with government guidance.

I would like to reassure you that our school is very careful to make sure everyone follows government and local authority guidance for cleaning and social distancing. Please be assured that this incident is not related to any other positive cases within our school community.

Should any member of your household start to get symptoms of COVID-19 please arrange to get them tested and inform the school immediately.

The main symptoms of COVID-19 include:

  • a high temperature – this means they may feel hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to take their temperature with a thermometer)
  • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if they usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • a loss or change to their sense of smell or taste – this means they may tell you that they cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different.

To book a free COVID-19 test, visit the NHS website or phone the NHS on 119:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/testing-and-tracing/get-a-test-to-check-if-you-have-coronavirus/

You can get a test at a testing site, or by asking for a home testing kit.

Information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

The wellbeing of our children and staff is extremely important to us and we thank you once again for your continued support.

Take very good care of one another and if there is anything at all we can do to help you and your family at this time, please do not hesitate to contact us on Tel: 01482 328569 or email us at Enquiries.Pearson@hcat.org.uk.

Yours sincerely

Mrs L Clarkson

20th November 2020

 Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope you are all managing well in this difficult situation. We wanted to say thank you again for your unwavering support during these incredibly difficult times. We really do appreciate your kind words.

Odd Socks

We loved seeing all your colourful, stripy, spotty and most importantly, odd socks in support of Anti-bullying Week. Thank you for helping us highlight such an important message.

Year 4 & Foundation Stage Children

We are expecting our Year 4 children back in class on Monday and our Foundation Stage children are back to school on Tuesday.  We are really looking forward to seeing you all.

Important – Please Read

Unfortunately, it has been reported to us that a number of children who should be  self-isolating have been seen outside of their homes. To help keep our community safe, I must remind you that if you are self-isolating you MUST stay in your home. If anyone in your household has any COVID symptoms, the whole household MUST stay in your home until a test result is received for the symptomatic person. NHS Test and Trace will then advise you when you are able to leave the house.

It is vital that you follow the government advice to stop the spread of the virus.

If you are self-isolating and need extra help with shopping, food, benefits and general support please visit the Hull City Council website or click on the link below:

http://www.hull.gov.uk/coronavirus/coronavirus-community-advice-and-support/coronavirus-support-and-advice

Have a wonderful weekend and we will see you again on Monday.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

13th November 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

I would like to start today’s letter by saying a huge thank you for your support with our Friday afternoon early leaving that started today. Your prompt timekeeping enabled the teachers and support staff to get some much needed time to plan lots of exciting lessons, ready for next week.

Our Collaborative Remembrance Display

I know from your wonderful positivity and feedback, you all enjoyed our beautiful remembrance display as much as we did. We couldn’t have created such a spectacular display without your teamwork and amazing creativity, thank you.

Children in Need

After a very spotty, fun day, we are busy counting all of your generous donations for Children in Need. Thank you, and as always Children in Need will be very grateful for every penny.

Important – National Restrictions – Please Read

National Restrictions are now in place until at least Wednesday 2nd December. To help stop the spread of the virus, it is vital that we, as a community, make sure that we all adhere to the government guidance, both at school and at home. We know this is a difficult time, and now more than ever, we need our family and friends around us, but to keep our loved ones safe we must follow the restrictions. These are:

  • Not meeting socially indoors with family or friends unless they are part of your household – meaning the people you live with – or support bubble.
  • Only meeting up with one other person outside, in a public place not in a private garden.
  • You must maintain a 2-meter distance at all times from anyone not in your household or wear a face covering and maintain a 1-meter distance from anyone not in your household.

We will help to stop the spread of the virus much quicker, if we all adhere to the rules put in place by the government.

Home Learning Information

Please check your child’s book bag for a letter containing all the information you will need regarding home learning should your child need to self-isolate. Please contact us if this letter is not in your child’s bag.

I hope you all have a well-deserved, relaxing weekend and look forward to seeing you all refreshed and ready for another busy week on Monday.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

10th November 2020

Dear parents and carers

I am writing to inform you that we have received confirmation that a member of our school community, who is not a member of your child’s bubble, has tested positive for COVID-19.

Following government and local authority guidance, the affected person and their family have now started their isolation.

We have also sent a letter to parents and carers of children, and the staff, of the school bubble affected telling them that they need to isolate for 14 days from when they last had contact with the person affected, in line with government guidance.

I would like to reassure you that our school is very careful to make sure everyone follows government and local authority guidance for cleaning and social distancing. Please be assured that this incident is not related to any other positive cases within our school community.

Should any member of your household start to get symptoms of COVID-19 please arrange to get them tested and inform the school immediately.

The main symptoms of COVID-19 include:

  • a high temperature – this means they may feel hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to take their temperature with a thermometer)
  • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if they usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • a loss or change to their sense of smell or taste – this means they may tell you that they cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different.

To book a free COVID-19 test, visit the NHS website or phone the NHS on 119:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/testing-and-tracing/get-a-test-to-check-if-you-have-coronavirus/

You can get a test at a testing site, or by asking for a home testing kit.

Information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

The wellbeing of our children and staff is extremely important to us and we thank you once again for your continued support.

Take very good care of one another and if there is anything at all we can do to help you and your family at this time, please do not hesitate to contact us on Tel: 01482 328569 or email us at Enquiries.Pearson@hcat.org.uk.

Yours sincerely

Mrs L Clarkson

9th November 2020

Dear parents and carers

I am writing to inform you that we have received confirmation that a member of our school community, who is not a member of your child’s bubble, has tested positive for COVID-19.

Following government and local authority guidance, the affected person and their family have now started their isolation.

We have also sent a letter to parents and carers of children, and the staff, of the school bubble affected telling them that they need to isolate for 14 days from when they last had contact with the person affected, in line with government guidance.

Our school is still open to all other children.

I would like to reassure you that our school is very careful to make sure everyone follows government and local authority guidance for cleaning and social distancing.

Should any member of your household start to get symptoms of COVID-19 please arrange to get them tested and inform the school immediately.

The main symptoms of COVID-19 include:

  • a high temperature – this means they may feel hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to take their temperature with a thermometer)
  • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if they usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • a loss or change to their sense of smell or taste – this means they may tell you that they cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different.

To book a free COVID-19 test, visit the NHS website or phone the NHS on 119:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/testing-and-tracing/get-a-test-to-check-if-you-have-coronavirus/

You can get a test at a testing site, or by asking for a home testing kit.

Information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

The wellbeing of our children and staff is extremely important to us and we thank you once again for your continued support.

Take very good care of one another and if there is anything at all we can do to help you and your family at this time, please do not hesitate to contact us on Tel: 01482 328569 or email us at Enquiries.Pearson@hcat.org.uk.

Yours sincerely

Mrs L Clarkson

6th November 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

I am very pleased to say our first week back at school has been absolutely wonderful. It has been lovely to see the children so full of enthusiasm and eager to learn. It makes us very proud to be part of the Pearson family.

I also wanted to thank you all for your continuous support and encouraging words during these difficult times.

Warm clothing in classrooms

As the days are now getting colder, please remember you must dress your child in extra layers to keep them warm in class.  To aid ventilation in the classrooms, all windows will be wide open, regardless of the weather. This means the classrooms are very likely to be cold throughout the day.  You can dress your child in any coloured warm clothing but please make sure that they have their navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan on top.

Community Support

Our local PCSO Neil Brewer will be visiting the school on Monday 9th November to discuss any local community issues you may have. PCSO Brewer will be on the playground from 2.45pm, so please make sure you pop by to say hello and have a chat with him.

Friday afternoon closing

Further to Monday’s letter regarding Friday afternoon closing, I would like to clarify that from Friday 13th November:

If your child/children currently leaves school at 3pm, your Friday afternoon pick up time will be 1pm.

If your child/children currently leaves school at 3.15pm, your Friday afternoon pick up time will be 1.15pm.

Every child will still eat their lunch at school and get their attendance mark for Friday afternoons as normal. Homework will be provided for the children to complete on the Friday afternoon.

If you have any queries regarding early closing on a Friday, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Term Activities

As promised, this term is going to be super busy and so much fun! We have many exciting activities planned, we cannot wait to share them with you! So here are a few:

11th November – Remembrance Day. Poppies will be on sale in school from Monday. Please send your child to class with their money, and the poppies will be taken around the classrooms for the children to purchase. The children have been creating their own poppies in class and we will be decorating the perimeter fence with them to make a beautiful remembrance display.

13th November – Children in Need. We will be wearing non-uniform or spots in exchange for a small donation.

17th November – Odd Sock Day. Wear your oddest socks to show our support for anti-bullying.

4th December – Christmas Craft Sale. Following enterprise week, the children will be able to buy Christmas crafts they have made to start the Festive season. The children will be sending out adverts for their products on social media in the coming weeks.

9th December – Music Assembly with Mrs Farmery.  More details to follow nearer the time. We will make this available for your viewing via social media.

15th December – School Christmas Dinner. A delicious festive treat, especially prepared by our brilliant school cooks.

16th & 17th December – Class Christmas Parties. This year, we will provide the party food for the children to enjoy and will ask for a 50p donation per child towards the cost.

17th December – Foundation Stage, Year 1 & Year 2 Christmas Productions.  Parents will still be able to watch their children starring in this year’s fabulous production via social media.

We hope you are looking forward to this term as much as we are!

Have a lovely relaxing weekend and we look forward to seeing you all again on Monday.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

3rd November 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

I wanted to welcome you all back for an exciting new term. I hope you have all had a wonderful, relaxing break and are feeling refreshed and ready to work hard and enjoy another term of learning.

Traditionally, this term is very busy with lots of seasonal, family events taking place. This year will be a little different, but will still be lots of fun! We will be trying out different ways of involving our whole Pearson family, in a safe, socially distanced way.  We will be using social media and technology much more, so please bear with us if we experience a few hiccups along the way!

Friday Afternoon Closures

I apologise that you may have read about this in the local news before we had the opportunity to inform you directly. We can confirm the information published by the Hull Daily Mail was incorrect. Honest and open communication with our Pearson family is always at the forefront of our minds and a letter was scheduled to be sent to you all today, our first day back at school.

To clarify, following the HCAT letter you received this morning, from Friday 13th November, Pearson primary school will close every Friday afternoon but will remain open, as usual, the rest of the week. We will advise you shortly of your family Friday afternoon pick up time.

Lockdown Restrictions- School Measures

From Thursday, 5th November, new National Restrictions will come in to force for the whole of the UK. School will remain open and your child should still attend unless they or someone in your household is displaying any of the three coronavirus symptoms:

  • A high temperature
  • A new continuous cough
  • A loss of sense of smell or taste

To help keep everyone safe we ask that you remember Hands, Face, Space at all times.

When on and around our school grounds, please:

  • Continue to use our one way system
  • Sanitise your hands upon entry to the site
  • Maintain a 2 meter distance (or 1 meter when wearing a face covering and taking other precautions) from anyone that does not live in your household.
  • Wear a face covering when entering the school building.

We are also mindful that the pavement area around the school can become congested at pick up and drop off points. I would ask that you continue to maintain social distancing at all times on the pavements.

We will continue to practice good hand hygiene with the children and remain in our class bubbles, all staff will wear a face covering in communal areas.

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 we are increasing the ventilation in all classrooms so all windows will be open regardless of the weather. Please make sure you send your child to school in warm clothing to wear in class, we recommend additional layers such as a vest or t-shirt, along with their usual t-shirt and jumper. Unfortunately, we do not have any uniform in stock at the moment, but a plain navy blue jumper, sweatshirt or cardigan is acceptable.

Lockdown Restrictions-Government Information

The new restrictions state you must not meet socially indoors with family or friends unless they are part of your household – meaning the people you live with – or support bubble.

support bubble is where a household with one adult joins with another household. Households in that support bubble can still visit each other, stay overnight, and visit outdoor public places together. A childcare support bubble is where parents are able to form a childcare bubble with one other household for the purposes of informal childcare, where the child is 13 or under.

The new restrictions also mean you must stay at home unless you are:

  • Travelling to school or work
  • Shopping for essential items only such as food or medicine
  • For any medical reason
  • To exercise outdoors or visit an outdoor public space with the people you live with, with your support bubble or, when on your own, with 1 person from another household
  • Providing care for a vulnerable person or visiting your support bubble

Please follow this Government link for further detailed information: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/new-national-restrictions-from-5-november

Free School Meal Vouchers

To help reimburse the cost of meals over half term, eligible parents are entitled to a £10 voucher for each child who is in receipt of free school meals. If you receive a text or email from a company called Wonde, please follow the link to claim your voucher.

Free school meals are a benefit awarded by the council based on household income. If you think you may be eligible and have not yet applied for Free School Meals, please click here http://www.hull.gov.uk/education-and-schools/schools/free-school-meals


As always, the Pearson team is available to help with any questions you may have or feedback you would like to give. You can contact us at admin.pearson@hcat.org.uk, call us on Tel:01482 328569 or speak to a staff member on the playground at school drop off or pick up times. They are very easy to spot in pink high visibility vests!

Thank you for your continued support, take very good care.

Mrs L Clarkson

3rd November 2020

Dear HCAT Parents/Carers

Temporary adjustments to the school week due to COVID

Our priority at HCAT over the next few weeks, is to keep schools open to allow as many pupils as possible to attend. During this difficult period, we are experiencing unprecedented numbers of staff unavailable for work. In order to maintain the highest possible quality of education and to minimise the risk to pupils and staff, from week commencing Monday 9th November HCAT primary schools will close to pupils after lunch on a Friday. We will only be closed on the Friday afternoon each week. The school will remain open the rest of the week as normal.

This will mean that the staffing can be redirected. This will ensure schools have more capacity to cover for COVID related staff absences. This is a temporary measure and will be reviewed towards the end of term. This will take effect from Friday 13th November after lunch. Your individual school will notify you of exact timings in the coming days.

I understand this may be of some inconvenience however it is an essential measure to keep schools open. We would appreciate your continued support and understanding in these difficult times.

Yours Faithfully

Estelle Macdonald

CEO HCAT

16th October 2020

Dear Parents/Carers

Before we break up on Wednesday for a well-deserved half term holiday, I wanted to thank you all again for your tremendous support over the past few weeks. The children have adapted to our new way of life easily and we are so proud of each and every one of them for their resilience and hard work. Well done!

Half Term Dates

Our last day at school will be Wednesday 21st October and we will re-open again on Tuesday 3rd November for another busy but very exciting term.

Nut Free School

Please remember we are a nut free school. This means that you must not send anything into school that may contain nuts, including Nutella and other chocolate hazelnut spreads as some of our children suffer from severe allergies.

Dinner Menu

From 3rd November our dinner menu is changing to a two-weekly menu. More details to follow and an updated menu will also be available to view on our website soon.

Teacher Contact

Over the next few weeks, your child’s teacher will be calling you to let you know how your child has settled in since our return to school in September. Please be mindful that the caller ID will likely show the call as a withheld number.

Virtual Harvest Festival

This year, our Harvest Festival will be a little different to our usual service and we will be holding a Virtual Harvest Festival so that everybody can safely take part. We have chosen to support our local community with your kind donations and will post more details about our virtual service on our social media pages very soon.

Events and Celebrations Next Term

Next term will see lots of important events that we would normally celebrate with our Pearson family and friends. We absolutely want to continue our usual traditions but need to rethink how we can safely do this. If you have any suggestions on how we can celebrate together, in a COVID safe way, please contact the school office on 01482 328569, speak to a staff member on the playground or email us at admin.pearson@hcat.org.uk.

Have a wonderful weekend and we will see you all again on Monday for a very short week before our half term holidays begin.

Take very good care,

Mrs L. Clarkson

9th October 2020

 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Thinking about events that have taken place in our community, we start this week’s letter with a very heavy heart. Our thoughts go out to anyone who has been affected by any recent tragic news. If we can do anything to support you or your family at this difficult time, please let us know.

Our children, parents and staff have amazed us once again with their resilience and community spirit. We are very proud of you all and thank you for your unwavering support.

School Photographs

If you would like a copy of your child’s photo, please return the completed order form along with the correct cash or completed card details before Friday 16th October.

Half Term

Half term is nearly upon us and our children will all be ready for an extra long break after all their hard work!

Our last day will be Wednesday 21st October and we will return to school on Tuesday 3rd November.

All our term dates can be found on our website.

World Mental Health Day

Today has been a bright and colourful day, that has certainly made us smile. Thank you for showing your support for World Mental Health Day by sending your child in something green.

If you would like any further information about this campaign please follow this link: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/world-mental-health-day

For advice on looking after your mental health please follow the NHS Every Mind Matters link below:

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters

We hope you have a lovely weekend and look forward to another wonderful week of learning next week.

Take very good care,

Mrs L. Clarkson

2nd October 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

I wanted to say thank you once again for your positive feedback and comments over the past few weeks.

With your support, we have had the best possible start to the year. Your prompt timekeeping has helped us to keep the flow of parents and children in the playground to a minimum and our attendance has improved greatly.  Thank you for your sensible approach by only keeping your child away from school if absolutely necessary. Every school day is vitally important, especially after such a long time away from school-based learning.

More information regarding when to keep your child at home if they are feeling unwell can be found on our website or by using this link:

https://pearsonprimaryschool.co.uk/what-to-do-if/

Flu vaccinations

Flu vaccinations will be taking place on 14th October for children in Foundation 2 through to Year 6.

Changes have been made to make sure it’s safe for your child to have the flu vaccine at school. These changes include social distancing, hand washing and wearing protective equipment.

We have sent a link via text message for you complete an online consent form. You must complete the consent form, even if you do not want your child to have the vaccination. The form is easy to do and will only take a few minutes.

New legal duty to self-isolate

People in England are now required by law to self-isolate if they test positive or are contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

Fines are now in place for those breaching self-isolation rules, starting at £1,000. This could increase to up to £10,000 for repeat offences and the most serious breaches.

If you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace or receive a positive test result, you must stay at home. This means you are NOT able to go out to the shops, work, school or meet up with others. If this is the case and we can help in any way please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Parents Survey

We will be sending out a parents/carers survey over the next few days. We are hoping you will provide us with any feedback or suggestions that you have.

Have a lovely weekend and we look forward to seeing all of your happy, smiling children again on Monday.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

25th September 2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

We are now almost half-way through this very different half term and we are so pleased with the enthusiasm and resilience our wonderful children are showing throughout the school day.   We also wanted to say thank you to all our lovely parents and families for your continued support and kind comments during these unprecedented times.

As promised, we would like to advise you of a few changes that the government have introduced over the past week.

Entering the school office/building

In line with government guidance, please can all adults:

  • entering the school office wear a face covering or mask
  • ensure that you wash your hands at the basin in the foyer before entering
  • complete a track and trace form or scan the QR code with your NHS COVID-19 App each time you enter the main school building (anywhere beyond the school office)

Social distancing and the rule of 6

To help keep our children and wider community safe, please adhere to the following rules both on and off the school grounds.

  • maintain social distancing and keep 2 meters apart
  • do not gather in groups of more than 6 people, unless you are part of the same household

What do if your child is unwell

The government has produced some new guidelines should your child feel unwell. Further details can be found be following the link sent to your phone earlier today.

You should only book a test if your child has any of these 3 coronavirus symptoms:

  • a high temperature: any new high temperature where your child feels hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to measure the temperature)
  • a new continuous cough: coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
  • a loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste: a noticeable loss of smell or taste or things smell and taste different to normal

Your child does not need a test if they have a runny nose, are sneezing or feeling unwell but do not have a temperature, cough or loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste. This is because these are not normally symptoms of coronavirus.

When to self-isolate?

Self-Isolation is vital in stopping the spread of the virus and you must follow the rules if your child or anyone in your household presents with any one of the 3 symptoms listed.

Self-isolation means that you are unable to leave the house for any reason. You are not able to go to school, work, food shopping or socialise with others.

The person who has any of the 3 symptoms listed, MUST self-isolate for 10 days, the rest of the household MUST self-isolate for 14 days or until a negative test has been received.

We hope this has helped clarify a few of the changes that have recently been made.

Enjoy a well earnt rest over the weekend and we look forward to another exciting, busy week next week.

Thank you once again for your support to help keep our children, families and staff safe.

Take very good care,

Mrs L Clarkson

 

18th September 2020

Dear Parent or Carer,

We are writing to you to say thank you for your support over the past two weeks, and what fantastic weeks they have been! The support from parents and families has been crucial in getting pupils back into our classroom and we are enormously grateful. The children have been wonderful, they have adapted brilliantly to our new school routine and we are so pleased to see our classrooms filled with hard working, happy children again.

We are continuously reviewing and improving our procedures and we will keep you updated with any changes.

Pick up/Drop off times

We have recently improved our entry procedure and each child will now sanitise their hands with their class teacher before entering the building, we hope this speeds up your morning!

To help keep the flow of parents moving and the amount of people on school grounds to a minimum, if your child is confident in going to their class teacher on their own,  you can leave them at the school gate.  We have several members of staff in high visibility vests on the playground to help your child if they need it.

At school pick up, we love to see all the children excitedly chatting about their day to their adults, but unfortunately, during these different times we need to ask you to collect your child and move promptly to the exit. We thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

We will continue to have several senior staff on the playground at school pick up/drop off times and they can be identified by their pink high visibility vests.  They are there to offer guidance and support to both children and parents and answer any questions you may have.

Whilst waiting for the school gates to open and while on the playground, please maintain social distancing guidelines at all times.

Masks

From Monday, staff in school will be wearing masks in communal areas only.  We will not be wearing masks in the classrooms or in any outdoor areas.

Masks for parents and family members while on the school grounds are optional, children do not need to wear a mask.

Absence and attendance

With cold and flu season upon us, we want to offer some guidance about your child’s attendance at school should they fall ill.

As per the government and NHS guidelines, the whole household must self-isolate and book a test for the symptomatic person if they are displaying the following:

  • a high temperature– this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
  • a new, continuous cough– this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste– this means you’ve noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal

If your child is ill with symptoms different to COVID-19, other than vomiting and diarrhoea we are happy for them to attend school. The simplest way to decide if your child should come to school is to ask yourself the following question:

Pre COVID -19 would you have sent your child to school with their current symptoms?

If the answer is yes, then please send your child to school.

The children have missed out on so much over the past 6 months and it is important that they are given the opportunity to catch up on all aspects of school including, learning and spending time with their friends.

Home Working

As you can imagine, we are busy planning for every eventuality and have already sent a pack home with every child containing 2 blank exercise books and a pencil for your child to complete their work, should you find your family self-isolating. In the case of self-isolation, schoolwork for the first few days will be sent home with your child or delivered to your home address. A teacher will then call you to check on the family’s well-being and to explain how to access home learning for your child.

We value your ideas and suggestions and if there is anything else we can support you with, or if you have any questions about what we are doing in school to keep our children safe, please contact us.

Take very good care

Mrs Clarkson

31st August 2020

Dear Parents/Carers,

I am delighted to confirm that all children in Years 1-6 can return to school on Monday 7th September.

Children in Nursery and reception will receive a separate letter explaining their return to school and you will receive this in the next couple of days.

Many things at school have changed so that we can keep everyone safe; I hope that this letter explains clearly, the information that you need in order for the children to return.

Attendance

In line with government advice we will be expecting all pupils to return to school on Monday 7th September, except for reception and nursery pupils, who will follow a phased transition. The school will follow up non-attendance using our usual policy. We appreciate that some of you may still be apprehensive; if this is the case, please do get in touch and we can discuss any concerns you have.

Enquiries.Pearson@hcat.org.uk

Picking up and dropping off children

At start and end times of the day, one adult is permitted to come on to the playground with the children. There will be a one-way system in operation, adults need to come on site via the gate with the buzzer and leave the site via the Pearson Tree gate. There will be markings on the playground to follow. Children will meet in year groups by their classroom entrance point. Although it may not be possible to speak with your child’s teacher, there will be a number of senior staff on the playground, wearing high visibility jackets, to support with any queries or to pass on messages to your child’s classroom.

It is important that you keep moving and leave the site promptly. We would ask that children in Years 4, 5 and 6 are dropped off at the gate and make their way to their classroom entrance point independently, where possible. The Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils can be responsible for taking their younger siblings to their classroom entrance point if you would prefer. All the siblings in the family will have the same start and end of day times for your convenience. You have already received this information.

Class bubbles

Children will be in bubbles with their class and will have playtimes and lunchtimes in these bubbles. Staff can move between bubbles throughout the day and will keep a distance from the children where possible. Children in KS2 classrooms will be sat facing the front of the classroom, where possible.

Lunchtime

Children will have staggered lunchtimes during the middle of the day. EYFS will eat in the small hall and play in the Undercover area. All other classes will eat in the lunch hall in zoned areas and play on the playground in zoned areas. Years 1 and 2 will have lunch at the same time, Years 3 and 4 will have lunch at the same time and Years 5 and 6 will have lunch at the same time. The class bubbles will remain separate throughout and the dining hall will be cleaned between each group. Each class will have their own outdoor equipment to use.

We are able to offer a hot and cold meal choice each day (our revised menu is available on the website). At lunchtime, the children’s meal will be brought to the dining table for them by a member of staff. As the children are no longer able to make a meal choice at lunchtime, they will need to let their class teacher know what meal they would like each day, in the morning. We will have pictures to support them. It would be really helpful if you could discuss the meal options for that day with your child, so they are confident with their choice when asked by the teacher.

You can send a packed lunch in with your child if you prefer, these will need to be taken into the classroom with your child when they arrive at school.

School meals continue to cost £1.50 and we ask that you pay for the full week on a Monday morning. A member of staff will be available to collect money on the playground.

Book bags

We expect that children bring their book bag to school with them every day as usual.

PE

PE will be outdoors wherever possible, even if the weather is a little inclement, so please ensure that your child has warm clothes to wear. Years 2 to 6 must wear their PE kit to school on the day that they have a PE lesson during this interim period. EYFS and Year 1 pupils are to bring their kit in a bag. PE will always be the last lesson of their day.

Breakfast Club

We will be running a breakfast club for children of working parents who require the provision. Children will sit at tables in their year groups and so places are limited. Please contact the office if you require a place.

Year 6

We are pleased to be able to offer children in Year 6 an extended day. We look forward to welcoming them at 8:15 each day. Breakfast will be made available for them and they will be based in the Year 6 classroom.

After School Clubs

There will be no after school clubs at the beginning of the Autumn Term. We will review this decision at half term.

School Uniform

Children need to wear their school uniform when they return to school.

We will be selling school uniform on Wednesday 2nd September from the school office between 9:00 – 2:00. Uniform will not be available to purchase on the children’s first day back at school. School jumpers do not have to have the school logo on, so you may be able to purchase everything you need from local retailers. On Wednesday you will also be able to collect any items that were left in school during the school’s partial closure.

Hygiene

Children will be instructed to wash their hands or apply hand sanitiser at regular intervals during the day, including on arrival and departure, before and after eating, playtimes or PE. All of our classrooms have sinks, soap, antibacterial cleaning products and hand sanitiser to use throughout the day. We will be promoting good respiratory hygiene using the ‘Catch it, kill it, bin in’ message.

Cleaning

A cleaner will be on site all day to ensure that high touch points and toilets are cleaned regularly throughout the day. Usual cleaning routines will continue to take place in the evening.

COVID-19

If a child, or a member of your family displays symptoms of COVID 19 please keep them off school and let us know immediately. If a case is confirmed in a year group, that year group bubble will be closed following guidance from Public Health England. During this time, children will be provided with work to complete at home. If a child becomes ill at school, they will be isolated in a medical room and supervised by a member of staff until they can be collected by yourself.

We have compiled a comprehensive risk assessment for reopening that is available through our school website; paper copies are available on request.

I appreciate that this is a long letter and that it is overwhelmingly a repetition of information that you were provided with at the end of last term, but I wanted to make sure that you had all the information that you need, so that we can have a smooth return back to school on Monday 7th September.

We simply cannot wait to have a school full of children again!

Look forward to seeing you all soon.

Mrs Clarkson

Headteacher

 13th July 2020

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are now at the end of a very challenging school year and I would like to thank you all for your overwhelming support, patience and kindness over the past few months. We want each and every one of you to enjoy your summer holidays and have put together a ‘family fun bag’ to help get you started!

Along with a selection of small toys and gifts for you to enjoy as a family, you will also find the following for each child in your bag:

  • A reading challenge sheet and reading record
  • A summer activity sheet
  • A letter from your child’s new teacher
  • A postcard from the school
  • Some additional information about Summer Safety and Healthy Physical Activity

We hope you all create many happy memories, filled with laughter and happiness over the summer break and we would love to see photos of how you use your bag to create a fun family game. Please feel free to tweet or post your photos on the Pearson Twitter or Facebook page for us all to see.

The contents of these bags have been funded by a very kind donation from the Caselton family and we know you will all join us in thanking them for their generosity. Mr Caselton was a much loved and very respected Governor here at Pearson for many years. At the request of the family, the money donated to us will be used to buy rewards and trophies to help celebrate the achievements of our Pearson family. These bags have been provided by this fund.

As I am sure you are aware, we are expecting all year groups to return in September, and I can assure you the safety of our children and staff is paramount.  Children have now missed a significant amount of school and although many have been working hard at home, we now need to get them back in the classroom, learning and having fun with their friends and teachers. We know the transition back to school may be difficult for some children but with your support, we will soon have the children back in the routine of school.

Opening

The planned training days for staff have now been postponed in order to facilitate an earlier start to the school year. As a result, the autumn term start date will now be Monday 7th September.

At start and end times of the day, one adult is permitted to collect the children. There will be a one-way system in operation, adults need to come on site via the gate with buzzer and leave the site via the Pearson Tree gate. There will be markings on the playground to support this.

We will not be offering a typical breakfast club or any after school clubs, however if you are a key worker and need support with childcare please contact us to discuss it further.

There will be an extended school day for year 6 children only. Their start time will be 8.15am and they will finish at 3.15pm. If you are a parent of a year 6 pupil and need support with sibling start times, please contact us.

The school has compiled a comprehensive risk assessment for reopening that is available through our school website. Paper copies are available on request.

We will continue with our increased handwashing routines and rigorous cleaning of all areas of school.

All schools within the trust will follow the same protocol should a suspected or confirmed case of Covid becomes apparent. These procedures will be followed by all schools within the trust and has been compiled following advice from the relevant health services, local authority and government guidance.

Whilst we continue to value our partnership with parents, under the current circumstances’ parents will only be allowed into school on an appointment basis in order to safeguard the community. Contact with school may continue through email and telephone.

Attendance

In line with government advice, we will be expecting all pupils to return to school on Monday 7th September, except for some Foundation Stage pupils who will have a staggered start. The school will follow up nonattendance following our usual policy.

The Curriculum

All schools within the academy trust have been supported with a series of “catch up” programmes designed by a team of Specialist Leaders of Education. These programmes will ensure that all pupils will have the opportunity to address any gaps in learning that may have been missed during the lockdown. Schools will be using these early in the Autumn term combined with the broad range of the national curriculum content linked to their year group.

The school will be suspending large gatherings in the hall such as assemblies and concerts for the foreseeable future.

PE lessons will focus on “non-contact” activities and be delivered outside, where possible.

The academy trust is currently developing an online learning platform which can be utilised should the school need to temporarily close the school for any year groups for short periods of time.

Uniform

All children will be required to wear their school uniform, except on their PE day, when they can come to school in their PE kit and wear it all day.

Dinner money

Minimum of weekly or monthly payments please.

Lunches

There will be a hot meal and a cold meal option each day. A menu will be sent out when this becomes available.

You can send a packed lunch in with your child if you prefer, these will need to be taken into the classroom with the child when the child arrives at school.

Reading

We expect children to bring their book bags to school every day. Returned reading books will be left 48 hours before becoming available for another child to use.

Finally, enjoy the summer holidays and we will see you all on Monday 7th September. We cannot wait to see our school full of happy, smiling faces again!  Remember to have lots of fun and stay safe.

Take very good care of one another.

Mrs Clarkson

Head teacher

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