Entries by Samantha Brannighan

Updated Covid advice – April 2022

Following the Government’s Living with Covid guidance changing on the 1st April 2022 new recommendations have been issued for schools. Please see the letter below for more information on what to do if your child has Covid. 220405 April Covid Update

SCHOOL CLOSURE Friday 18th February 2022

Following advice from the Met Office and Environment Agency, school is closed on Friday 18th February 2022 due to high winds.  Work and activities for students to do at home can be found on our Remote Learning page, under the Parents tab. Please note that next week is half term (21st – 25th February) and […]

Comic Relief Day 2021

SSPS took part in Comic Relief day this year with a non school uniform and mad hair day! On Friday 19th March students and staff came to school in clothes of their choice and crazy hairstyles to raise much needed funds for people in the UK and across the world through the annual Red Nose Day held by Comic […]

Mobile Testing Unit is up and running

Our new mobile Covid testing unit is up and running ready to test students and staff. Our Team Triple T (Terrific Testing Team!) are trained and kitted out with appropriate PPE in preparation for carrying out routine testing as directed by the government. We are really proud of how quickly we have put together our […]

Ice Cream Van Visit

A big thank you to Noodles Ices for visiting all our school sites this week.  Staff and students were very grateful for the delicious ice creams to end the term with a smile!                  

Christmas Jumper Day 2020

Staff and students kicked off the Christmas season at SSPS on Friday 11th December by supporting Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. Everyone was invited to come to school in their Christmas jumpers …. and we did not disappoint!  The prize for the most festive effort goes to Mr. Coombes who took the Christmas jumper […]

December Outdoor Ed

Our Middle Years students have been making the most of the crisp December weather this week by doing an Outdoor Ed lesson at Durdle Door in Dorset. They played games on the beach outrunning the waves and collecting interesting looking stones, cuttle fish and seaweed to paint later in class.  The children showed resilience climbing […]