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If you are a keyworker and you require care for your children please contact 07561615220 or email  Thank you.

Please go the tab 'Learn at Home' to find work you can access.

 It is updated every Monday with new activities for each class. 


St Andrew's Benn Church of England Voluntary Aided School is a wonderful, caring school that values each and every one of its children. We have approximately 350 children on roll aged 3-11. We have a fantastic team of teachers, support staff, admin staff and lunchtime supervisors that contribute to our family environment.

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  • *NEW* SAB Bake Off Competition Today we are launching the SAB Bake Off Competition.  Please see attached document for the information on how to take part.
    Posted Apr 18, 2020, 2:43 AM by Mrs Gurney
  • Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service (17 April 2020) This week, our feature piece is on ‘connecting with others’, with top tips for ways to connect during lockdown and some ‘virtual card’ templates for children to colour in and send a picture to loved ones. We have also included the details for the new 24/7 support line from CW RISE.
    Posted Apr 17, 2020, 8:16 AM by Mrs Gurney
  • Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Please see attached this week’s newsletter from the Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service. This edition contains ideas and resources for keeping children and young people entertained at home, as well as a feature piece on Stress Awareness Month with some guidance on recognising and dealing with stress. 
    Posted Apr 9, 2020, 11:39 AM by Mrs Gurney
  • Google Classroom Staff are working hard to try and get Google Classroom up and running as quickly as possible.  We also sent home a list of websites to find resources and work.  This can be found below along with a Parents Guide to Google Classroom.
    Posted Mar 30, 2020, 6:37 AM by Mrs Gurney
  • Covid-19 Update - 20 March 2020 Dear Parents, The list of key workers has now been released. Please go to: Whilst you may see your occupation on the list and feel that you are therefore entitled to continue to send your child still attending school, this will not necessarily be the case. You must consider the guidance that says: "If your work is critical to the COVID-19 response, or you work in one of the critical sectors listed below, and you cannot keep your child safe at home then your children will be prioritised for education provision," the Department for Education said ...
    Posted Mar 20, 2020, 3:30 AM by Mrs Gurney
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