Berrycoombe School is partially open
Berrycoombe Super Hero Learners
 
 It's been lovely these last few weeks having so many children back to school and seeing them have fun playing with friends and back to learning in school. Here is just a small example of the amazing work that is continuing in school and at home. You can even see how the school is set up to keep everyone safe but to allow learning and play to continue. 
Keep up all your hard work and we look forward to seeing ore of you over the next few weeks.
Update for September 2020
 
Here is a letter for all parents/carers and pupils with an update on the teaching structure for September 2020. This will be emailed out to you but if you do not receive this email then please phone the school asap so we can update our system.
School reopening letters for Parents and Pupils
Here are the letters for parents and children who will be returning to school at some point from Monday 22nd June.
If you are not able to read this letter then please contact Claire on 07713 499 646 so we can arrange another way of you receiving this letter. If you have any concerns/questions please do not hesitate to get in contact so we can answer them for you.
We looking forward to seeing you soon.
 Sharing Assembly 2020
 
Including a special message from the staff at Berrycoombe.
 
 
Free School Meal Collection
 
Meal collections will be every Monday from 11.30-1pm at Berrycoombe School. Please remember the social distancing rules and follow signs set up for a one way system. This is only for children who are eligible for free school meals on the list we receive from Cornwall Council, not universal free school meals. Stay Safe.

Attendance and punctuality

Good attendance and punctuality are really important to everyone at Berrycoombe School. Claire Johnson, the school's Attendance Officer, monitors attendance and punctuality closely and she is also the school's Parent Support Advisor so will be in touch with you if the school has any concerns. 
 
 
Internet Safety
 
Below is a great video to share with your children on how to keep themselves safe online.
Points to remember:
Do not share your personal details with anyone- Address, age, date of birth, school.
If you feel uncomfortable talk to an adult at home or in school.
Parents all consoles have simple procedures to report/block players. 
 
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