It has been great to welcome back the rest of our pupils after the lockdown period.
We are very proud of the children and how they have coped with everything that has been going on recently and the work that was produced on the home learning platform, Seesaw. We thank you for your ongoing support!
- Reception – Wednesday
- Year 1 – Monday & Wednesday
- Year 2 – Monday & Tuesday
- Year 3 – Monday & Tuesday
- Year 4 – Tuesday & Thursday
- Year 5 – Wednesday & Thursday
- Year 6 – Wednesday & Friday
On these days please send your child into school in appropriate P.E. clothing and remove any earrings as we cannot assist with their removal.
Collection/Drop Off Times
Please wait for/with your child on school grounds (at a safe distance from other parties) as the pavements are extremely congested during these times which could be very dangerous.
We would like to remind parents to please wear masks at all times whilst on school grounds.
Can parents/carers of children in Year 4 (4A, 4Y, 4M) and Year 5 (5C, 5B) please also remember to stay on the school yards rather than walk down to classrooms.
Local Police Patrols
We have been informed that local police officers will be patrolling more frequently outside school. Please ensure that you observe all parking restrictions when dropping off or collecting your children.
If your child has outgrown uniform but it is still in good condition please consider donating it to school. We are most in need of age 5-8 trousers.
If you have any that you wish to donate to school please drop these off at the Infant Office.
Infant Children Shoes
We are currently struggling with children coming to school with laced shoes but unable to tie their own laces. Under current guidelines this is not something that we can assist with. If your child is unable to tie their own shoelaces please send them into school in appropriate shoes that they are able to fasten themselves.
The most important symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of any of the following and a test must be obtained:
- a new continuous cough
- a high temperature
- a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell
Our Director of Public Health has stated that any child with any of the lower threshold symptoms must be kept off school until they are feeling better:
- aches and pains
- sore throat
- sickness or diarrhoea
- a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes