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Newsletter to Parents

Please click to view a very important newsletter – Letter to Parents 27.3.20

COVID19 Prayer


KS2 Writing with Mr Chown!!!!

NEW YouTube learning is here:



Creative writing taught on your computer!

Update 20.3.20

The school will be open next week for children of Critical Workers only, vulnerable children and children with an EHC Plan.

Work packs are being given to the children today (Friday) which should last 2-3 weeks. After that we will attempt to put work on each child’s class page in the Children‘s Zone.

We know that these are very worrying times and the closure is extremely worrying for all children’s education, right across England. We don’t know when we will reopen again, but hope it’s not too long.

In the meantime the school will be operating a skeleton staff for children of Critical Workers only next week.

Please be safe and do the right thing for the borough. Avoid social gatherings and if you or any member of your family develop a persistent cough or temperature you must go to the NHS website and the whole family must self isolate for 14 days. If we all act together, things will get back to normal quickly. But only if we all pull together.

For the children and families we won’t see over the coming weeks and potentially months, our thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Be safe, remember the power of prayer and we’ll see you all very soon I’m sure.

Mr D Houson and the staff of ST Saviour’s RC Primary

Key Worker Clarification

Priority will be given to – 

  1. Children with EHCP Plans (A total of 4 in the school)
  2. Vulnerable children / children with social care involvement
  3. Children of Key workers in EYFS and KS1 first

* In the event of the final list being above 44 children, these children will be signposted to other schools

Key Workers

Health & Social Care

  • Front line Health and social care staff (Doctors / Nurses / midwives / paramedics)
  • Producers of medical equipment / medical protective equipment

Education & Childcare

  • Nursery Staff
  • Teaching Staff
  • Social Workers

Key Public Health Services

  • Justice System
  • Religious Staff
  • Those managing the deceased
  • Journalists in providing public service broadcasting

Local & National Government

  • Those essential to the response and delivery of COVOID19 response

Food & Necessary Goods

  • Those involved in food production
  • processing
  • distribution
  • sale of food
  • delivery of food

Public Safety and National Security

  • Police
  • Ministry of Defence civilian staff
  • Fire response
  • Armed Forces
  • Border security
  • Prison and probation staff


Those involved in –

  • Air
  • Water
  • Road
  • Gas
  • Electric
  • Rail passenger
  • freight transport modes

Utilities, Communication and Financial Services

Staff who are required to keep –

  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Electric
  • Water
  • Sewerage
  • Civil Nuclear
  • Civil Chemical
  • Telecommunications
  • Postal Services
  • Essential financial services

Coronavirus update for parents 19.03.2020

Coronavirus update for parents 19.03.2020

Dear All, 

Most of you will now know that yesterday, the government has ordered schools in the UK to close on Friday afternoon until further notice. 

I realise this is distressing news for the entire school community and will leave many anxious, but I want to reassure everyone that we have spent a great deal of time preparing for this announcement. I feel very confident we have everything in place to ensure that we continue to support you and your children in the coming weeks and months. 

This summer’s GCSE, A Level and other public exams will not go ahead. Our students have worked so hard preparing for their exams and the uncertainty about what arrangements the government will put in place will no doubt cause a great deal of anxiety. The government says it will work schools to ensure students get the qualifications that they need. As more details are released we will be doing everything we can to help students understand what it means for them.

Over today and tomorrow we will plan for how we can offer a service to look after the children of key workers and other children that the government wants us to keep in school. At this point we cannot give you any more details, but we will let you know what our plans are as soon as possible.

All staff have worked tirelessly this week to ensure we have ‘home learning’ arrangements in place.  See our enclosed letter for details of home learning packs / educational websites.  We will work hard to make sure this is a seamless transition for the children. We will be talking to the children about what will happen next to help them to make sense of it all, keep them calm and reassure them.

I am sure that you will join me in thanking all our fantastic staff for working so hard at this difficult time. Some cannot be in school at the moment but are working hard at home.

I want to thank you all for working with us and your continued support for the school at this time. Updates will be listed on the school website.

Work Packs

Please note that work packs will be given out to children on Friday 20th March. 

If you wish you child to do extra work at home please see the list below for great online links – 

Please remember Education City and Purple Mash which the children have St Saviour’s access codes for.


IXL interactive learning Maths – Free Membership


Learning Activities – Free Membership (one month)


TES Home Learning Packs – Free registration and membership


Classroom Secrets – Free Membership


Tutortastic – Free Membership (with links to other sites)


Home Learning activities – Free


Free Home Learning Packs


Teacher’s Pet Free Home Learning


Primary Stars Free Home Learning


Education City – St Saviour’s Login


Purple Mash – St Saviour’s Login

Science Competition Winners

Science Day

This week we also celebrated Science Day as the children dressed up as Silly Scientists for the day. The Junior Leadership Team (JLT) helped to lead an experiment themed assembly where each class demonstrated an experiment to the school.

In the afternoon each class swapped with another to show them their experiment. It was a fun filled day!

A big thank you to Mrs Brown and all the staff for making the day such a fun and enjoyable one!


Thank you to all the children who entered our Science Day poster competition.

We had some wonderful entries and the winners are listed below. 

1st – Anna-Belle – Yr 6

2nd – Chloe – Yr 6

3rd – Amelia – Yr 3

St Saviour’s in TOP 1% of Schools!!!!!!!!!

This week we received a letter from the Education Minister, Nick Gibb, informing us that 2019’s SATs results put us in the top 1% of schools nationally!

A fantastic achievement from all the children and staff!!!!!

Top 1% Letter from Nick Gibb

2020-21 Term Dates

2020-21 Term Dates now available on the “Letters and Term Dates” Page in the Parent Zone Tab

Spring Term Parent Planners

Spring Term Parent Planners are no on each Classes page.


Here you will find useful information about what your child is studying, PE Days and Homework Days

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 4

Class 5

Class 6

St Saviour’s top Primary League Tables!

It is my pleasure to report that St Saviour’s RC Primary School finished top of the league for 2019 with a 93% combined pass mark for KS2 R/W/M.

I’d like to say a huge thank you to all staff, Governing Body and Parish Priests for making this possible and providing such stunning outcomes for our children.

Social Media Advice

Many of our children are using Social Media we have no idea about. Many of the apps are harmless ways of keeping in contact.

However, is your child safe? Do you know who they are chatting to?

Please look at these excellent fact sheets for the most popular social media sights – Social Media Advice here

CAFOD Cake Sale

CAFOD Cake Sale

A huge well done to everyone to entered last weeks Bake sale in aid of our CAFOD.


1st place – Eden – Class 6 (Sweetie cake)

2nd place – Chinazo – Class 5 (Cafod themed rainbow cake)

3rd place – Mariagrazia – Class 4 (Colourful cupcakes)


Staying Safe over the Summer

The summer holidays can be a dangerous time for children online.  With fewer structured activities, and potentially significantly more unsupervised time, children can be at a greater risk from the dangers which run throughout the year.

UK Safer Internet Centre have released some guidance in the past, which I feel is very useful to parents/carers.  If you have a way of sharing a link with your communities, please do share the whole page, which also gives access to additional links.  For a paper copy of the information, please click the link below.

Staying safe online this summer – website link (this is last year’s advice but they normally update in July which may be too late to get an update to you from myself, however, you could simply just share the website itself which is: www.saferinternet.org.uk  

There is really useful advice enclosed about time online, sharing holiday images and other information that may prove useful. 

St Saviour’s Book Day Bake Off!

Below are a selection of cakes that were entered for our fantastic St Saviour’s Book Week Bake Off! A huge thank you and well done to all the children who entered.

A huge thank to Miss Kelly for organising such a fun week!

A huge thank to Miss Kelly for organising such a fun week!


PGL Updates

10th June

3pm – Class 6 arrive safe and begin the activities! The weather is cold and wet but everyone is having fun!

11th June

8am – All had a good nights sleep and are looking forward to breakfast and today’s activities!

2pm – Mr Chown reports all is well and they have even seen some sunshine today!

12th June

7.50am – A good nights sleep had by all, but children and staff are shattered! Class 6 currently packing, then breakfast, then final activities and then home!

Therapy Dogs visit!

On the last day of term we were lucky enough to be visited by not one, but two Therapy Dogs!

Prince and Alice spent the day meeting the children and certainly enjoyed all the attention they got. As you can see the staff were thrilled too!

A huge thank you to Anthony White (Learning Mentor/Placement Manager) at John Ball School. 

Our Mother Mary

A huge thank you to Mrs Cunningham for organising such a beautiful event on Thursday 23rd May, where the whole school joined our Parish Priest, Father Chris, in songs and praise for our Mother Mary.

A big thank you to Mrs Dummett too for the beautiful display in our main Reception area.