Thank you!

As we break for Christmas, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our entire school community for their ongoing support during what has been a challenging 2020.

In the face of great adversity, our community has demonstrated outstanding strength, resilience, compassion and togetherness in supporting one another and going above and beyond in many ways to help those most vulnerable. These past few months have clearly demonstrated the strength of community spirit at Stanley Crook and the importance of T.E.A.M. – Together Everyone Achieves More.

Since September, there have been many more challenges in providing uninterrupted education for the children in a safe, welcoming and familiar learning environment. Despite the many government guidelines and necessary risk assessments and changes to procedures around school, it has been extremely pleasing to have achieved 15 full weeks of schooling, without the need to close any ‘bubbles’ or interrupt the education of the children. The efforts of the staff and families in working together to achieve this has been remarkable and another excellent example of the community spirit and togetherness which exists at Stanley Crook Primary.

It is my wish that we can all now look forward to 2021 with much hope of better days ahead.

Have a Happy Christmas and many wishes of health and happiness in the new year.

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