St Therese of Lisieux

St Norbert's
Catholic Primary School

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Curriculum Intent Policy 2020

Statement of Intent for return to school-September and beyond.

 

In September a new tab will have been launched here on our school website. You will be able to select Parent Information and then a Mental Health and Well-Being Tab. Here you will be able to find our whole school policy and approach including a range of useful resources and support tools for your family. A key feature will be our 5 Ways to Well-being approach inspired by the NHS initiative and New Economics Foundation, which focuses on;

*Connecting

*Being Active

*Taking Notice

*Keeping Learning

*Giving

We know that when the children come back to school they will have had a wide range of experiences during this Lock-down Period. We acknowledge that our children need a child-centered holistic approach rooted in faith which focuses on mental health and well-being. This approach will support re-connecting our children to other adults, children, learning and the curriculum. We will be starting with our mission statement and love being at the core of all we do, giving children reassurance and a focus on reconnecting and re-building relationships here at school but also beyond. We will provide a nurturing environment supported by our focus on values education with our Gospel Value of the Term and Monthly character values. We have all worked together and will also share for each subject area a recovery statement that along with our policy will share with you how we plan to re-engage your child with a broad and balanced world class curriculum. We will be following health and safety guidance and our risk assessment providing a space that is playful, accepting, stimulates curiosity and empathy to ensure our school family returns to a new way of life and learning  that will ensure they thrive and shine.

We cannot wait to help your children to take flight in September and so we are delighted to share our new Class 'bubble' names. From September we will welcome back:

The Reception-The Green Woodpeckers

The Year 1- The Chaffinches

The Year 2- The Starlings

The Year 3- The Goldfinches

The Year 4- The Kingfishers

The Year 5- The Robins

The Year 6-The Red Kites

We also have other named bubbles around school but we will leave that as a surprise for the new academic year. We cannot wait to see you all x

St Norbert's strives to nurture and develop the whole child
through; a love of God, love of one another and love of life itself.

Preparation for Return to School - Risk Assessment September 2020

September Reconnection Information

Return to school September 2020

Statement of Intent September 2020

COVID 19 - Test and Trace Privacy Notice

Covid 19 - Safeguarding Policy

Covid 19 Addendum Safeguarding Policy June 2020

Alternative Provision Policy 2020

Pentecost Novena 2020  Click link for Pentecost Novena

Mental Health and Wellbeing Poster - Please take a look!

Well-Being and Physical Activites - Please take a look!

SAFEGUARDING

If you are concerned about a child or need help and support do not hesitate to contact our Designated Safeguarding Leads Mrs Withers and Mr Morton.

jenna.withers@st-norberts.lincs.sch.uk

sam.morton@st-norberts.lincs.sch.uk

 

Everyone at St. Norbert's School wishes you a very warm welcome to our website. We are learning to follow in the footsteps of Jesus with our friends, family and Parish. We want to share our good work, up to date news and information about our school with your through our website. 

Keep visiting us to access our weekly Newsletters and keep up to date with whats going on at St. Norbert's via our twitter feed. You can access various school Policies and Parent Pocket Guides. Please see our contact information page for all the ways to get in touch with us at St Norbert's School.

 Our key aims are based upon A.C.H.I.E.V.E.R.S:

A-achieve an understanding of who God wants me to be

C-caring citizens grow in and leave our school

H-high standards in learning and achievement

I- inspire one another to do our collective best

E-engage in a strong and trusting home, school and Parish partnership

V-value the power of prayer and develop our Catholic Faith

E-everyone to grow closer to God and follow Church teachings

R-respect and understand other cultures and faiths

S-school environment that is safe, caring and nurturing

Congratulations St Norbert's you have been awarded the School's Gold Award Sports Logo  

 

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Fundamental British Values at St Norbert's

 How we help each other at St. Norbert's

Article 28:  All Children have the right to a primary education. Young people should be encouraged to reach the highest level of education of which they are capable of.