A message from Faye Fenton-Stone, Head of King’s Ely Acremont, ahead of Monday, June 1st:

“With my thanks to the hard work and effort of our support teams, practitioners and teachers, King’s Ely Acremont is ready to open its doors to our Reception and Year 1 children on Monday, June 1st. As the week progresses, so too will Nursery begin to return after many weeks of quiet where there is usually laughter and learning. Whilst we are looking forward to greeting the children and enjoying the remaining weeks of the academic year together, busy and productive, we are significantly aware of keeping our community safe and healthy. With enhanced hygiene and protective protocols in place, a revised internal layout and play spaces, we look forward to a joyful restoration of Acremont life.”

And a message from Richard Whymark, Head of King’s Ely Junior:

“The preparations for our Year 6 children’s return to King’s Ely Junior have been underway ever since the June 1st date was first mentioned as a possible date for schools to commence the gradual re-opening in the UK. Members of the custodian, domestic, grounds, gardens, maintenance, catering and teaching teams at King’s Ely have been working hard to ensure that the children can return to their familiar surroundings in the knowledge that everything possible has been done to help them to be safe and to keep to social distancing guidelines as they resume a broad range of lessons from 1st June. We are all anticipating a very happy reunion despite the social distancing and hygiene guidelines which will need to be followed.”

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