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Parent's letter 5th November 2020

Dear Parents and Carers.

I hope everyone is keeping well as we enter the new lockdown.   Please be assured that the school continues to follow the guidelines to try and keep our children and staff as safe as possible.  

Please do not send your child to school if they or anyone in the household has any of the three main symptoms of COVID-19.

  • A high temperature
  • A new continuous cough
  • A loss of taste and smell.

Please can you let school know if you are taking a child for a test, if a member of the family is going for a test then please do not send your child to school.

Attendance

The government guidance relating to attendance states that all children should attend school during this time, unless they are ill.  Children not attending school unless it is for illness or medical reasons will be marked as unauthorised.   Work will be provided if we have to close a bubble due to incidents of COVID within the school community, however work will not be provided for parents choosing to keep their children off school during this new lockdown.  We will continue to work with parents to ensure all of our children access our school.

EVENTS IN SCHOOL

Remembrance.   Poppies are on sale in school if you would like your child to purchase a poppy.

Children in Need  13th NOVEMBER.  To celebrate children in need we are asking the children to dress up in RED, YELLOW or SPOTS.   Donations for Children in Need will be collected and all donations are appreciated.

Anti- bullying Week.   The children will be covering different activities during the week.  On FRIDAY 20th NOVEMBER the children are encouraged to wear odd socks to celebrate what makes each person unique.   A £1.00 donation would be appreciated for school funds, which will be used for the children’s Christmas parties.

It is with regret we are not able to complete any of the Christmas activities that we would usually invite parents too.  There will be no Christmas productions or Christmas fayre this year.

Please take care and stay safe

Mrs Hodgkins

 

 

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