A note from Mrs Bagni
On behalf of all the staff I would like to wish you all a very happy summer.
School finishes tomorrow, on Tuesday July 20th and the children come back on Thursday September 2nd. Please make sure your child comes into school on the Thursday as the first few days are so important to set the rules and routines for the class. Thank you.
It is so difficult to say what will be happening in September, but as lockdown has now lifted we are planning to return as normal, which means that the gates will be open at 8.45 ready for registration to start at 9.00. Please make sure your child doesn’t arrive before 8.45 as the playground will not be supervised. The children can come straight in at 8.45. Reception will finish at 3.05 and the rest of the school at 3.15. Please check class / school dojo throughout the summer as I will post any updates.
Reception parents will walk round to the classroom to pick up their children. KS1 children [Y1 and Y2] will come out onto the far end of the playground [near the fence] with their teachers, KS2 [Y3-Y6] will come out of their own doors onto the playground. We ask if parents can wait at the bottom half of the playground it will make it easier for teachers to spot you! Thank you.
Please note that the Local Authority will start issuing fines for those children with poor attendance, or who are continually late. We expect children to attend every day, unless they are ill, and to be on time for school every day. You will have received a letter if we are concerned about your child’s attendance this year.
Please remember to get your child’s school uniform and PE kit in plenty of time for when the children start back on September 2nd. We still have a few parents who haven’t signed up to school dojo and / or SIMs pay. Please make sure you do this as soon as possible, thank you.
If you are travelling abroad at the end of the summer holidays please make sure that you follow any quarantine rules that are in place and please either dojo me or email me on email@example.com to let me know. It is important that we all help to keep each other safe.
To end I just wanted to thank you for all your support in this challenging year. Thank you for wearing face coverings and for helping us to keep our school community safe. Thank you to the children, who have just been amazing. I am so proud of all of you. We are all sad to see Y6 leave, and I would like to wish them lots of luck at high school. You are all super stars and we will miss you so much.
Take care everyone and keep safe