A round-up of the latest school news for week ending 27.01.2022
As you are no doubt aware government rules on Plan B Covid restrictions have been relaxed from today. However, as we have had a high number of cases in school and cases are reported to be still rising in the surrounding areas, we are continuing to follow local guidance from Warwickshire County Council in school. Please continue to wear a face covering and maintain social distancing between other families when dropping off and collecting your child/ren. Thank you.
Viewing children’s work in school
Last term, we informed you that we would offer an opportunity for you to come in to see your child’s work in the spring term. Due to the large number of coronavirus cases in school over the last 3 weeks we are not yet in a position to set a date for this.
Butterfly Tree fundraiser
On Friday 4 February, we are having a dress down day to raise money for the Butterfly Tree Foundation. The children can come to school in non-uniform in exchange for a donation to the Butterfly Tree Charity. Please follow the link below to make your donation:
Congratulations to Natasha Griffiths and Tanya Weaver who each won £25 in the December and January 100 club draws. There are still a few numbers left if anyone else would like one – numbers 52, 56, 62, 63, 65, 66, 68, 70, 77 and 79 are all available, as well as a few in the 80s and 90s, and number 100 is still free! It’s now £6 per number for the remaining 6 draws.
Please contact Sarah Davies or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a number.
Compass newsletter topics
Time to Talk Day (3rd February) – Time to Talk Day focuses on creating supportive communities by having conversations about mental health. Our Time to Talk Day resource for schools is a compilation of useful information, websites and downloads that can be used to encourage young people to open up and start meaningful conversations on this day. It also contains details of websites and services for support with mental health.
Safer Internet Day (8th February) – This year, Safer Internet Day focuses on the theme of safety and respect in online gaming. Our resource includes links to educational materials for schools, such as lesson plans, assemblies and more, websites with advice on relevant topics, and details of where pupils and parents/carers can get help when they need it.
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