|End of Term - Please note that school will finish at the usual time on Friday 5 April and will re-open to pupils at the usual time on Wednesday 24 April. The school will be closed for the Bank Holiday on Monday 6 May.||04.04.19|
World Autism Awareness Week (1st - 7th April) - We are a school proud to have a unit to support children with communication difficulties including autism. On Tuesday 2 April we will be marking Autism Awareness Day. Activities will be planned in school to raise awareness of autism on this day and we are inviting children to come dressed in a 'spectrum of colour'. A voluntary donation of £1 would be appreciated and monies raised will go to the National Autistic Society. If you would like to get involved in World Autism Awareness Week you can find out more information here. Thank you.
|School Nurse Consultation Year 6 - School nurses work with you, as well as schools, family and community, to improve your health and wellbeing. They might do this through personal appointments and reviews, or by running wider sessions on general health and wellbeing across your class, year and school. Public Health England work to protect and improve our health and wellbeing as a nation. They are really interested to know what you, as a young person, think about your school nurse experience. If you (or your child) is currently in Year 6 please follow the link to complete the survey. Thank you. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/schoolnurse19||31.01.19|
Medication - If your child needs regular medication in school please speak to your child's class teacher. A pink Medication Consent Form must be completed. All medication must be prescribed by a doctor, clearly labelled with your child's name and in date. Please note school can only administer medication if it is to be taken four times a day. Thank you.