A round-up of the latest school news for week ending 11.03.2021
Staggered start and end of day procedures
The staggered start and end times to the school day seem to be working well overall with children coming in at the appointed times and parents able to arrive and leave the school site quickly.
There are however a couple of points that I feel we can improve:
please can you queue at the side of the pavement to allow other people to pass you, particularly adults who have younger children in buggies
if you are bringing a dog with you, please can you ensure it is kept close to you at all times so that other pedestrians have space to pass you
I appreciate that the footpath is very narrow and that making space to allow other people to pass you can be difficult. If you are stepping into the space between parked cars or onto the road to allow other people to pass you, please remain vigilant to moving traffic.
As a reminder drop off and pick up times are as follows:
Pupils whose surname begins with the letters A to G come into school at 08.45 and leave at 15.05 Pupils whose surname begins with the letter H to Z come into school at 8.55 and leave at 15.15
Please can you stick to the times allocated and be punctual. Thank you in anticipation of your ongoing support.
Baileys hot lunches for KS2
After Easter we are considering offering hot lunches again to children in Years 3 to 6. Please could you let Mrs Thirlaway know via email if you would like your child to have hot meals and how often. Thank you.
Easter competition & raffle
The PTA will be organising prizes for an Easter competition we will be running to design and make an Easter bonnet and / or decorate an egg. There will also be an Easter hamper raffle. Further information will be sent out next week. Your support for these events is always appreciated.
Access to rapid lateral flow testing
Rapid lateral flow testing has now been made available for households, childcare and support bubbles of primary and secondary age pupils. For further information on how to access rapid lateral flow testing please follow the link below
Rapid lateral flow testing for households and bubbles of school pupils and staff
Red Nose Day 2021
Red Nose Day takes place on Friday 19 March, we are asking the children to come in to school dressed in non-uniform in exchange for a donation to the Comic Relief charity. We have set up a Just Giving page for your donations as follows:
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