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Professional Development Day for
staff – change of date for January 2014
We have put a range
of strategies in place to move the school forward after our recent OFSTED
inspection. In particular we are developing opportunities for staff which will
have a direct outcome on student outcomes. I am writing to you now to inform you that we have decided to move our Professional
Development Day for staff, planned for Monday 6th January 2014 to Thursday 16th
This will mean that Monday 6th January 2014 will be a
normal school day rather than a day for staff professional development activity
and on Thursday 16th January 2014 the school will be closed for students.
The reason for moving
the day is to allow all staff to visit a range of schools in East Anglia for
learning visits during a normal working day when students are in school;
Monday 6th January is used by almost all other schools as a
professional development day for staff when school is closed to students and so
does not meet our needs.
I am sorry to cause
any inconvenience to parents and carers but I hope that by giving several weeks
notice, this will enable you to make any changes to your planned family and