News Flash!

Dear Parent/Carer,

You, like us, heard for the first time from the Prime Minister this evening about their possible
next steps to move the country forward from ‘Lockdown’.

The Prime Minister shared a thought that children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 may be
the first to return to school in some way from early June.

As yet we have no more information than you do about this plan. We expect to receive some
guidance from the Department for Education at some point in the next day or so, and at that
point we can begin to make plans in accordance with that guidance.

In the meantime, our status is as it has been since the 23rd March – our schools are only open
for those children of Critical Workers who need to be cared for while their parent(s) are at work
and for those children deemed ‘vulnerable’.

Please be assured that as soon as we have had the relevant guidance and new plans in place,
we will be making contact to share the relevant information with you.

Thank you for your support and understanding.

Welcome to St Clement's Catholic Primary School

The staff, children and Governors thank you for your interest – we hope our website gives you an insight into our school community.

Our school is a special place where every child has the opportunity to grow and develop in God’s love, to become happy, caring and thoughtful children. We challenge each child to achieve high standards through a broad, balanced and creative curriculum, thereby ensuring that they are fully prepared for each stage of their school career.

Children at St Clement’s have the opportunity to grow into enthusiastic, confident and resilient learners who reach their full potential – striving to be ‘the best that they can be’. We nurture individuals, promote positive attitudes and instil high standards of behaviour, as well as providing opportunities for our children to make valuable contributions to school life and within the wider community. We want our children to feel confident in their individual ability and to treat all members of the school community, and beyond, with high levels of respect.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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