Dear Parents and Carers,
Thank you for your support and patience last week as we reopened the school, it was a very positive start and we were delighted to see everyone back.
The staggered start and finish times seem to have worked well and allowed for an ordered drop off and collection, but can we remind you to ensure that you as adults are socially distancing from each other and that you line up next to the fence.
Please can you also ensure that you move away from the school gates when you have dropped off or collected your children, to allow more space for those who are entering or exiting the school grounds.
We made a change on Friday which seemed to have a positive impact on the teachers’ ability to locate parents and ensure children are collected safely, so we ask that you continue to line up as follows –
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 – Queue on the left-hand side of the school gate (rainbow signs on the fence.)
Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6 – Queue on the right-hand side of the school gate.
Please note that we currently do not have a school crossing patrol so we ask that you are extra vigilant when crossing the road.
Please also note that –
– Breakfast Club will commence on Monday 14th September at 8.15am.
– You will be able to purchase school meals via Parent Pay from Monday 14th September.
– Access to the school office is by appointment only. We encourage you to telephone us if you have any queries during the school day or contact us by text or email.
Thursday 24th September – School Photographs
Please note that this year we won’t be able to invite pre-school siblings to have photographs alongside our pupils.
INSET DAYS 2020-21
The school will be closed for INSET training on the following dates this year –
Monday 19th October 2020 (tbc)
Monday 4th January 2021
Monday 22nd February 2021
Monday 19th July 2021
Tuesday 20th July 2021
There will be one other training day that has yet to be confirmed.
Before Your Child Leaves Home in The Morning
Please ensure they wash their hands and check for any of the following symptoms
• a high temperature;
• a new, continuous cough;
• a loss of, or change to the sense of smell or taste.
If any of these symptoms are evident do not send them to school, contact the school on 01633 273937 or by text and email, and follow government guidance on testing and self-isolation.
Mr J Llewellyn
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