The pupils have continued to settle back into school positively and are adjusting well to school routines and expectations. They have continued to work in their year group bubbles with their friends in school and reconnect with each other. It is great to see them happy and engaged in their learning and play at school. Our PE and games sessions are timetabled throughout the day so that the pupils continue to exercise and keep healthy which is very important. Staff are also endeavouring to utilise the outside space for our pupils as much as possible.
A polite reminder to all families that children should not be bringing any items into school other than lunchboxes and water bottles.
We held a non- uniform day on Friday for our pupils to support Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day, and many of our pupils also enjoyed special red nose day activities in class. Thank you for your donations to this important charity, if you would still like to donate please do this via ‘parent pay’. Comic Relief continues to make a difference to the lives of millions of people across the UK and around the world.
I am sure you will have seen the Easter raffle announcement from the Friends of SET Maidstone and Causton – the hampers are currently in my office and looking incredibly tempting! If you have not bought your raffle tickets yet there is still time, please follow the link on the Parentmail.
I am hoping the weather remains good for us all over the Easter break so you can all enjoy some much needed time together outside and rest. We all need to take time to recharge ready for the Summer Term ahead, which we hope will be full of lots of transition activities for our children. Staff will be starting to plan these activities and more details will be shared on our return.

Have a lovely break,

Lucy Thompson
Head of School