27 November 2020
Newsletter 27th November 2020
Let your light shine through family, friendship and faith
Please can we remind you that school arrival and pick up times are staggered for different year groups.
Dormice drop off 8.55-9.05am
Hedgehogs drop off 8.45-8.55am
Squirrels drop off 8.45-8.55am
Badgers drop off 8.55-9.05am
Deer drop off 8.45-8.55am
Owls drop off 8.55-9.05am
Dormice will be collected between 2.55 and 3.05pm / 3.25 to 3.35pm
Hedgehogs will be dismissed from their gate as normal 3.20-3.30pm
Squirrels will be dismissed from their door 3.25-3.35pm
Badgers will be dismissed from the Badger door 3.35-3.45pm
Deer will be dismissed from their door 3.25-3.35pm
Owls will be dismissed from the Owl door 3.35-3.45pm
Breakfast club clubs starts at 8:00am and the last Afterschool club pick up is 5:30pm
Please could you ensure you book onto afterschool club as food is prepared by the kitchen staff and we are finding we do not have enough food for snacks if extra children attend. You will be charged for 2 hours if your child is not booked on.
We appreciate you may sometimes need to book onto afterschool club at short notice, if so, please ring the school office up to 4pm.
After 4pm please ring the afterschool club mobile number (07759879358) Thank you
Thank you again for not bringing dogs onto school property
Dates for this half term:
Tues 8th Dec Hedgehogs and Dormice Early Years Nativity production
Thurs 10th Dec Year 1 and Year 2 disco 1.30-3.00pm
Fri 11th Dec Year 3 and Year 4 disco 1.30-3.00pm
Christmas Jumper day
Mon 14th Christmas Journey
Mon 14th Dec Dormice and Hedgehog disco 1.30-3.00pm
Tues 15th Dec Christmas dinner
Tues 15th Dec Christmas story afternoon
Wed 16th Dec live pantomime
Thurs 17th Dec Christmas Party
Fri 18th Dec Christingle (in school)
You may have seen in the news recently that Staffordshire will be increasing the testing of residents in a bid to identify more cases of Covid-19 and reduce the spread of infection.
Currently anyone who has one of the main symptoms of:
- persistent cough,
- high temperature,
- new cough
- loss of taste or smell
must self-isolate immediately and book a test.
Staffordshire are asking residents to consider getting tested as a precaution if they have other symptoms such as:
- Aches and pains
- Feeling very tired for no good reason
- Sore throat
- Runny nose
- Sometimes ‘tummy ache’ in children
People with any of these symptoms can carry on going to school or work if they are well enough to do so and only need to self-isolate if the test comes back positive. The national testing centres across the county have good availability, and can be booked through the NHS website. People booking a test through this website need to check the ‘My council has asked me to get a test’ option.
Thank you for your support
Mrs Jackson and team.