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We have Ofsted inspecting our school over the next 2 days (Tuesday 10th October and Wednesday 11th October). 

Update for Parents following incident in school over the Easter break.

We want to inform you that on Tuesday (11th April), we had a fire in our Nursery Kitchen. The building was empty at the time so thankfully no one was harmed. Luckily, due to fire doors, the fire did not spread. However, there is a lot of smoke and water damage in Nursery. After further inspection, the contents of Nursery are very sadly unsalvagable. We are therefore starting from scratch, when creating a new learning space for the children. 

We are currently in the process of trying to work out next steps with how we will continue to provide nursery provision for our children. We will keep you updated as much as we can over the holidays as to what this will look like for next half term. For safety measures, we will also have to find a new base for our Reception children whilst repair work goes on in Nursery. 

We are extremely conscious that we provide the best provision possible for both year groups that is familiar to the children with both resources and routines that they are used to. We know that a change in environment could be unsettling for some of them.

This therefore means that for both year groups we will unfortunately have to have delayed starts after the Easter break:

Nursery: Nursery will remain closed for the first week after Easter, at least. We hope that the children can return to Nursery on Tuesday 2nd May. 

Reception: Reception will remain closed for the first day of next half term. We ask that the children return to school on Tuesday 25th April

We apologise for any inconvenience the above start dates cause for our families. We will keep you updated via the school app as much as possible. Thank you for your continued understanding, help and support. 

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St. Theresa’s is proud to be a Catholic School rooted in the Gospel values.

We are committed to celebrating and sharing our faith, as well as preparing children for life in a multi-cultural society and developing respect for the values and customs of others.

We are committed to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum to ensure that our children achieve the highest possible standards personal to them.

We aim to develop strong links between family and parish, enabling us to journey together with mutual support and respect.

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