Author: Debbie Davy

Dear Parents & Carers A short message from me this week I am afraid as you will now have heard that I have fallen foul of Covid19.  Thankfully, my cover plan at Chacombe, who have several cases, has meant that I have not been in St Loys at all this week and therefore the children and the staff should remain 
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Dear Parents and Carers Mental Health Awareness day falls on Sunday this year and focuses on the theme of good mental health in an unequal world.  Mental health can affect how we think, feel and act.  For me, this week, I have focused on the many happy achievements from within our school community, a valid way of recognising things that help 
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It has really felt like the first days of autumn have begun this week as the winds of change begin to blow and the autumn leaves begin to shower us with reds, yellows and golds.  Thoughts of snuggly evenings and cups of hot chocolate begin to fill my mind.  Our October display of autumnal colours and textures stands beautifully in 
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Dear Parents and Carers THE SPIRIT OF ST LOYS As I reflect on what has been a very busy week in the Land of Loy, the one overwhelming word that keeps popping up is “spirit.”  Team St Loys have shown a positive spirit in all of their endeavours this week.  Reception Hedgehogs have spent their first full week with us 
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Dear Parents and Carers Despite some of our little Hedgehogs feeling some tiredness creeping in, St Loys children have continued to work together in harmony.  Democratic elections have taken place in each class and the children have now chosen their school council representatives. Congratulations to Fergus, Aggie, Toni, Jake and Leo. We have also selected house captains which traditionally goes 
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Dear Parents and Carers This week we have begun talking about our school value of respect.  We have talked to the children about being kind to others and how when we do this, we may also be treated with kindness.  We will begin to share Bible stories that show the kindness and compassion of Jesus and to look for ways 
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WELCOME!  WELCOME! WELCOME! St Loys has not stopped smiling this week!  We are back together and we are one family!  It has been the happiest of sights welcoming the whole school back into the playground and finally to have parents and grandparents alongside us!  It is an absolute joy to be in school with all of you and to remember how 
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Dear St Loys FamilyWe have two days of school left, in which there will be many joys and celebrations still to embrace with excitement.  However, this is our final newsletter of the year so I must also embrace with mixed emotions, the farewells that we also face next week for our wonderful young people of Year 6. More details…
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Dear Parents and Carers I want to thank you all for your patience and understanding this week as the St Loys team have worked with extra energy and responsibility covering in my absence. Hopefully this weekend will be the end of isolation for Martha and I, so I look forward to seeing you all again on Monday, especially as Year 
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Dear Parents and Carers I am writing to you this week from home.  Unfortunately, whilst I am still healthy and have had both of my Covid vaccinations, I am required to self-isolate for the next 10 days.  Sadly, Martha has been sent home from her school due to a positive Covid case in a member of staff in her class.  
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