School Lane, West Butterwick, North Lincolnshire, DN17 3LB

01724 783244

West Butterwick

Church of England Primary School


Tuesday 12th May 2020 


Dear Parents / Carers 

Following on from my letter to you all yesterday, with regard to the Prime Minister's announcement that schools will be opening for prioritised year groups on 1st June, there is further Government information now available to share with you that outlines these arrangements in more detail:-

Our schools within the Federation are now busily preparing to ensure that we meet all of the requirements linked to the risk assessments and having systems in place so that the re-opening of provision on 1st June meets all of the criteria for keeping pupils and staff safe.  

I will be in touch nearer the opening date of 1st June with some more 'practical' information that will help families of children in the priority groups of Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 (plus any critical workers' children) be admitted back to school.  

In the meantime, should you have any queries then please get in touch and I will do my best to answer them. 


Best wishes, 


Jo Buckle 

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West Butterwick Church of England Primary School provides a secure, happy environment where pupils can develop as well-rounded individuals; intellectually, socially, physically and creatively, emotionally and spiritually.

The school aims to create a caring and happy community in which Christian values are promoted and upheld, whilst respecting other people’s beliefs. In particular, our school seeks to promote the values of friendship, forgiveness, fairness and equality, thankfulness, trust, respect, hope and peace.

 Our school is a place where :

  • People are valued and show kindness and respect to each other
  • A person can find security, acceptance, reassurance and an opportunity to develop their full potential
  • A person’s uniqueness is recognised and they feel included and safe from bullying and discrimination
  • We welcome the involvement of parents and other members of the local community