We have a vacancy on our Governing Body for a Parent Governor. If you would like to put your name forward, nomination forms are available from the School Office from today. Completed forms need to returned by 9am on Friday 17th September.
In September, Relationships Education and Health Education will become statutory in all primary schools in England. It is very important that you thoroughly read the attached letter AND complete the questionnaire (link below). https://forms.gle/V8Q2KesCZBUA6Ba37
Thank you for your continued cooperation.
Your child’s teacher will have sent home two QR codes. One QR code is for family access, the other is your child’s home learning code.
Sign Up (Family Access)
1. Go to your phones app store and download the Seesaw Family app
2. Find your family invite from your child’s teacher
3. Scan the QR code
4. Create your account
5. Wait for your child’s class teacher to approve you.
Sign Up (Child)
1.Go to your phones app store and download the Class App or launch seesaw.me on any web browser
2. Find your child’s home learning code from your child’s teacher
3. Select ‘I’m a Student’ and then scan the QR code or type in the 16 digit code (if on a web browser)
4. Your child will be given immediate access to their journal – there is no need for them to create an account.
PLEASE NOTE – FAMILY INVITES WILL NOT WORK ON SEESAW CLASS APP AND HOME LEARNING CODES WILL NOT WORK ON SEESAW FAMILY APP. YOU MUST ENSURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT QR CODE
Read the latest letter from Minister Ford regarding children and young people with SEND
Drop off and Collection Times
Families that have more than one child in school and there is a difference in start times for the children, will drop off all the children at the earliest time and pick up at the latest time.
DfE Updated guidance for parents and carers
We have updated our guidance for parents and carers on what they need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Visitors in School
No adults will be allowed in school during the Autumn Term. If you need to speak to Mrs Rooney or your child’s teacher please contact the Office on 0191 4898218 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Can we please ask your child to bring their own water bottle into school every day. They will be able to refill it throughout the day and they will bring it home each night to be cleaned ready for the following day.
If your child is showing any of these symptoms it may be best at the moment to keep them at home.
Breakfast and Tea Time Club
Breakfast and Teatime Club will be available from Wednesday 9th September. Please call Mrs Taylor 07906122912 or Mrs Kelly 07981531553 to book your places.
Bagel Club will not be running this term.
A slight change for September…
We are asking that all children come to school already dressed in their PE kit on the day/s that they have PE, because of the current changes to our school timetable (i.e. staggered start times, finish times, lunch times and break times). This will eliminate the need for time to change at school.
Children do not need to bring in a PE bag or a school uniform to change back into. They will wear their PE kit for the whole school day.
Please ensure that your child is wearing their PE kit on the day/s allocated to them. This will be shared with you in September.
The PE kit will consist of:
• a plain white t-shirt (with or without the school logo)
• a regular school jumper or cardigan (worn over the t-shirt)
• maroon shorts
• plain black jogging bottoms (worn over the shorts)
Thank you for your continued support.
Please see start and finish times for each year group, below. Families that have more than one child in school and there is a difference in start times for the children, will drop off all the children at the earliest time and pick up at the latest time.
If you have any questions, please get in touch. We look forward to seeing you all next Wednesday.
As we approach the long summer break, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and encouragement during this very unusual academic year.