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A welcome from the Headteacher

Covid-19 update (25.06.20) - school remains open at this time for vulnerable children and children of critical workers only (as defined in the COVID-19 guidance).

 

Summer Closure - in order for the school to undertake important preparation work in time for a full school re-opening in September we will now close for summer on Friday 17th July 3.15pm.

We apologise for this inconvenience.

 

 

IMPORTANT UPDATE 05.06.20 - COVID-19 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Following the news delivered late this afternoon by Halton Borough Council that the local R-value, which was released today, has crept above 1, the Governing Body has taken the very difficult decision to delay any wider re-opening of the school for children other than the current vulnerable and critical worker children.

Any decisions for the expansion of re-opening at different phases will only be considered once we are completely satisfied that the Government's five conditions are being met, and we feel able to keep Lunt's Heath children and staff safe.

This delay is disappointing, however it is absolutely the right decision for all concerned.

We have pushed our current plans back by at least one week, but we will naturally re-assess possibilities late next week as to whether it will be at all possible to begin opening for Reception children from Monday 15th June. At this point we are unable to commit to that date and will keep you informed as soon as we can.

This also impacts on the future proposed dates for Year 1 and Year 6 children which will also now be delayed.

Regardless of the national picture, this is a stark reminder to Widnes and Halton residents that we must all continue to stringently follow the national guidance to prevent further spread of the disease.

Kind regards - stay safe,
Mr A Williams (Headteacher)

 

 

 

A welcome from the Headteacher

Lunt’s Heath is a place where we put children first. Devoted to providing a warm and welcoming school full of adults committed to supporting children, families and the community at large, we are privileged to serve your needs by applying common family values to guide us.

Our aim is to provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment where children feel valued and respected and are motivated to become independent and confident learners and thinkers who thus become responsible, trustworthy and caring members of society. We have high expectations of children’s work and behaviour and constantly strive for excellence in all aspects of school life.

We are always seeking ways we can make school an even better place to come and learn. As a result we have a high regard for the learning environments that we create, in particular our development of the outdoor areas.

I feel it is important that Lunt’s Heath is as much for our families as it is for the children; working closely with parents / carers  is a vital aspect of our work for the success of every child and we strive to ensure that our partnership is a long and happy one. Therefore we invite you to play a real part in your child’s development by accessing the many and varied opportunities that exist for you. We look forward to welcoming you and working closely with you.

If you require paper copies of any of the detail found on our website please contact the school office - they will be only too pleased to help you.

 

Mr Andrew Williams (Headteacher)

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Contact the School

Lunt's Heath Primary School

Wedgewood Drive
Widnes
Cheshire
WA8 9RJ

Main Contact: All enquiries Mrs A Woodward or Mrs P Craig (Office) / complaints Mr A Williams (Headteacher) / Allegations Against Adults Mr A Williams or Mr P Busow (Chair of Governors)

Tel: 0151 423 3322
Fax: 0151 420 6977
sec.luntsheath@halton.gov.uk

SEN Contact: Special Needs Mr A Moore (SENDCO) via the school office