Pupil of the Week

Published on Friday 17 September 2021 by Crook Primary.

17 September 2021

RR Awes Al Soliman
RF Freddie Breward
1M River Thompson
1N Indie-Mai Sung-Brown
2B Amelia Kirkbride
2AD Scarlett Hodgson
3P Joshua Saville
3D Bailey Harrison
4L Mia-Lilly Lambert
4G Jessica Knighton
5A Lucy Donaldson
5MB James Cannon
6L Abbie Coney
6O Aikida Makame

    Pupil of the Week

    Published on Friday 10 September 2021 by Crook Primary.

    10 September 2021

    RR Kelsey-Mae Stewart
    RF Grace Tanner
    1L Jak Beasley
    1N Daniel Reed
    2B Carter French
    2AD Emily-Rose McCormack
    3P Fern Breward
    3D Amelia Harvey
    4L Emily Gatens
    4G Noah Ballan
    5A Jayden Dunn
    5MB Lacey-Mae Lally
    6O Christy King-Belshaw
    6T Kalem Cuthbertson

      Sad News

      Published on Wednesday 1 September 2021 by Crook Primary.

      Sad News

      Dear Parents and Friends of Crook Primary,

      It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that our wonderful Barbara Gentles passed away this morning after a long illness. Barbara worked at Crook Primary for many years and I am sure that she taught many of you. As a teacher, she wanted the very best for every child and in particular she wanted children to experience and access the arts, culture and knowledge of the world. She wanted children to grow up to live life to the full.

      Mrs Gentles was instrumental in bringing Shakespeare to the Crook Community. The joy and excellence of our cluster Shakespeare festivals was second to none. She brought Europe to the children of Crook through her Comenius linking programmes.

      Barbara was a much cherished colleague. She was above all great fun to work with and has nurtured and supported colleagues both in her work in school and in her wider work with the teaching union.

      We all loved her very much and give thanks for a life well lived.

      " Good night, good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say goodnight till it be morrow."

      Romeo and Juliet.

        Welcoming children back

        Published on Wednesday 1 September 2021 by Miss Burnip.

        Dear Parents,

        Welcome back to what hopefully will be a more settled year. We are excited to have the children back and look forward to launching our new “Connected Curriculum”. Details will be on the website.

        As you know rates are still high for Covid and although restrictions have eased, we want to keep our school community as safe as possible and prevent an outbreak. We would ask that you help us by following these simple points.

        1. If you need to come to the office, we would ask that you wear a mask and observe social distance in the confined entrance area.

        2. Please continue to stay behind the line whilst dropping and collecting your children. We would ask that you email and telephone your child's teacher rather than talking to them in the yard.

        3. Please keep your child off if you suspect they have Covid.

        Kind regards,

        Antonella Lupton