A round-up of the latest school news for week ending 22.04.2021
Welcome back to the new school term, we hope you all had a restful break. A few reminders to start with.
Please take care when parking for drop off and pick up, cars should not be parked on the pavement or blocking driveways. Do not use our neighbours driveways to turn around in or attempt 3 point turns in the road. We want to keep everyone safe while lining up outside the school entrances and walking to and from cars.
Can we also please ask that you follow the social distancing rules and drop off and pick up as quickly as possible.
Thank you for your cooperation.
We’re now in Step 2 on the roadmap out of lockdown which means businesses and leisure facilities are opening up again. To help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 and help us reach the next step on the roadmap it’s important to remember to:
Regularly wash your hands
Cover your face
Keep 2 metres apart from others
Self-isolate and get a test if you have any symptoms.
Parents’ evenings will take place virtually again this term via TEAMS on Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 May. We will send out a link for you to book a slot in the coming weeks.
Music lesson payments
Payment requests for Music lessons have now been posted on the Schoolcomms Gateway, please log in to your account and settle any outstanding balances. Thank you.
Session for parents
On Thursday 13 May parents are invited to attend a session with Emma Alford on ‘Building resilience together’. Please see attached flyer for further information.
Monday 3 May is a bank holiday so school will be closed.
National Walking Month
The month of May is National Walking Month and Warwickshire Health & Wellbeing Service have put together resources to get students and the whole family walking through a range of fun activities.
They have created a National Walking Month – Family Resources document which includes information on the benefits of walking, contains lots of family friendly nature and walking related activities, as well as physical and mental health support service information.
We hope you enjoy the resources and it inspires activity, gets you outdoors and helps to improve mental wellbeing.
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