Here is the latest press release given by Councillor Simon Henig, Leader of Durham County Council with plans for phased re-opening.
Further to the Proposal for St Godric’s RC Primary School to join Bishop Wilkinson Catholic Education Trust the consultation process was still ‘live’ when school went into lockdown as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. I would like to advise you that consultation has been extended to include any outstanding feedback/comments/questions. Should you wish to provide written feedback, then please address your correspondence to Mr Mark Stephenson, Chair of Governors, c/o St Godric’s Primary School, Carrhouse Drive, Framwellgate Moor, Durham. DH1 5LZ or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 22nd May.
Please see the attached letter with information regarding home learning. The staff have been working to provide your children with activities that they can undertake over the course of the next few weeks. These will be published on our website on Thursday this week.
These activities will include a number of websites where the children can learn topics that they would have been taught in usual circumstances. There are also activities which the children can access without the need for technology.
Please see the latest April Newsletter here
Please see the following resources for your families to do at home which we have received from Durham & Chester le Street School Sport Partnership. They will continue to update this section on a daily basis.
All morning Masses and Sunrise Services in school have now been suspended until further notice due to recent developments around Covid-19.
After the Easter holidays we will be changing the way that children come into school. The school doors from the KS1 and KS2 yard will open at 8.50am and the children will come straight into school. There will be no member of staff on the yard instead they will stand at the door and will be able to take your messages straight to your child’s teacher. We hope that this will avoid the busyness of the cloakrooms and enable every parent /grandparent to see their child walk into school. Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.
During Lent, please encourage your child to attend the short Sunrise Services at 8.45am in St Bede’s Room on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.They are a great way of starting the day and also a chance to prepare for the important festival of Easter.
Children are invited to come to school as a positive historical character e.g. a Roman soldier, Queen Elizabeth or perhaps a Victorian child?