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God Save the King

It is with deep sadness that we have learned of the passing of our wonderful Queen. We will hold a special assembly at each school tomorrow to show our respects at this very sad time.

We will consider how best to guide the children through the coming days where they will see a great deal about the Queen's life and preparations for her funeral on the television, radio or internet. For many of our children this will be the first time that they have encountered the death of a person. They will have different reactions, emotions and feelings. We will gently nurture and support them within school.

Taking this into consideration we have taken the decision to keep school as normal as possible for the children.

The Junior children should continue to come to school prepared for their Inspiration day tomorrow. The Junior children can either continue to come to school in their costumes, as I am sure many of them have put a great deal of effort into them, alternatively they may prefer to come in their school uniform. Whichever option they choose will be absolutely fine.

Infant children will attend in school uniform or PE kit as appropriate for their class.

In the coming week we will share with you the plans that we have, to show our respects to the Queen, as details of the date of the state funeral are announced.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the royal family at this time and hope that our new monarch His Majesty King Charles III continues in good health, to live long and reign our country well.

Mrs Blower

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