Reassurance for parents....

Hello everyone.

It is a difficult time for everyone in the current climate. With England announcing that schools will not be going back until at least March and Scotland sure to follow.

It's important to remember that these are unprecedented times, especially for our children. Not in my lifetime or my parents lifetime did we have to go through this. 'In school' teaching is being missed greatly by children and parents. Children have missed almost a year of in class teaching within a school environment and will not be where they would usually be had they been in school.

We mustn't panic. They all learn at different paces and will catch up.

If you need help or guidance or feel that your child would benefit from one-to-one tutoring sessions. Contact us at

Stay safe and the main thing is that children are happy!

Mr L Clarke

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