This week’s winners are:
6JR 95.19% =2O 94.83%
5B 92.86% =1KG 94.83%
4M 92.50% 1G 93.33%
There were 19 lates recorded this week. Congratulations to the following classes who had no lates recorded: 6W, 6JR, 5B, 4C, 3M, 2O, 2E, 1G and 1P
NSPCC Speak out, Stay safe Programme
The NSPCC will be attending school next Tuesday to deliver assemblies to all our children on staying safe. Children in Years 5 and 6 will also attend a class workshop run by the NSPCC during the week. Please click here to read the NSPCC letter to parents.
There are still a few places available on the Judo Club after school on Mondays for children in Years 1 and 2. This club will start next Monday and run for 5 weeks until 4.30 pm each session. The cost is £25.00. Please contact the Infant Office for a registration form.
There are now two special dinners available to book on Parent Pay for any children who do not usually take dinners:
Thursday, 28th June – Barbecue Day (Burger or Hot Dog with wedges and beans or sweetcorn)
Wednesday, 4th July – American Independence Day (Sloppy Joe Sub Roll or Mac & Cheese with fries, corn and crunchy slaw)
Both meals need to be book on Parent Pay by Sunday 17th June.
100% Attendance Party
Once again this year the Council will be holding a party at Blackpool Football Club for all the children who have achieved 100% attendance this year. This will be held on Tuesday, 3rd July, and invitations will be sent out soon to all the eligible children.
Blackpool Festival Party on the Prom
On Sunday, 8th July, there will be a Party on the Prom event as part of Blackpool Festival. This family festival will be held at the Tower Festival Headland and we have been given a set of tickets to give away. These will be awarded to the winner of a draw of the 100% attenders this year.
Message from Public Health England
There are currently outbreaks of measles in several areas of the UK affecting unimmunised children and young adults, including 2 recent cases in Cumbria. There are also large outbreaks in several countries across Europe, including holiday destinations. Measles is highly infectious. It can cause serious illness and can sometimes be fatal. Vaccination with 2 doses of MMR is the safest way to protect children and young people.
The first MMR vaccine is given to toddlers at the age of 13 months and the second vaccine at around 3 years and 4 months before your child goes to school. MMR can be given to older children, teenagers and young adults if they missed their injections when they were younger. Contact your GP practice if you or your child needs an MMR vaccine. The vaccine is free. If you are not sure if you or your child needs an MMR vaccine, you can contact the GP practice to ask.
Measles is not just a young children’s illness. Teenagers, young adults and anyone who has missed their MMR vaccination can get measles. The first signs of measles are fever, cough, runny nose and red sore eyes. After a few days, a spotty rash will appear. It starts on the face and neck before spreading to the rest of the body.
If you think you or your child has measles:
- Ring your GP practice for advice
- Please don’t turn up to the surgery, walk in centre or to accident and emergency without calling ahead. The doctor will make special arrangements to see your child so that if your child has got measles they won’t pass it on to others.
- Keep people with symptoms of measles away from others to avoid spreading measles, and stay away from school, nursery or work for 5 days after the onset of rash.