We have had another great week in school. The children are calm and focussed and there’s a lot of work going on to help end this term successfully while ensuring we are prepared for the new school year in September.
Please check all forthcoming dates.
Some parents are still parking on the yellow lines or outside the gates on Briant Street and Kender Street, during drop off and collection times. Our children’s safety is paramount and incorrect parking is putting them at risk.
We ask for your cooperation with this to ensure our children are safe at all times.
Dates for your diary
School sibling photos – Friday 2nd July
Beach trips - 7-14 July
Reports & class teachers for next year – Friday 16th July
End of term – Wednesday 21st July; school closes at 2.30pm
Walk the Line
Please check the website for pictures and detail about this event.
Thank you to Ms Jeffery for organising this event. It was a fabulous afternoon walking in quieter parts of London, chatting with parents and children, all with the excuse of finding and seeing some hidden gems of art.
What’s more, all of this is not that far away in this amazing city we live in.
There will be more events like this planned for the autumn term and next school year. Let’s hope we have more families joining us next time.
The project is gathering pace in school and our annual exhibition will be in place by the end of term. Look out for dates in the new school year for when you can come into school and enjoy it.
We still need your Family Timelines in words or pictures. Please send these in and they could feature in our exhibition.
Create a family timeline in pictures or in words
Once created bring into school to share
Medication in School
We are unable to give children medicines, including eye drops, if they have not been prescribed by a doctor. All medicines need to be in their original packaging and must be clearly labelled with the child’s name and dosage. Parents will be asked to complete a medicine administration form, before any medicines can be given. Thank you for your cooperation.
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