Latest News- A Message from Mr Morton

Posted on: April 26th 2022

A Message from Mr Morton

The emergence of spring at Buckland St Mary C of E Primary School has brought with it the spirit of giving. As a school we have opened our hearts and our pockets to support charities, both local and global. Thank you for all of your support with our fundraising efforts. It has once again demonstrated that our small school can make a big impact in the world. Spring has also marked the return of better weather too. It is lovely to hear the children engaged in outdoor activities linked to their classroom learning with such excitement. We welcome the opportunity to bring our learning to life as the weather allows us to maximise our fantastic surroundings. As you will be blissfully aware, we have battled with Covid 19 this half term as it swept through our school again! Thank you all so much for your support, patience and understanding as we have moved heaven and earth to keep our school open and to keep our children educated. We hope that as we glide into the Easter break that you will all now be able to rest and recharge ready for the summer term. I wish you all a safe and restful end to the term and we look forward to inviting you in more to share all of our learning as the summer term unfolds.

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