Welcome back for the summer term, I hope the children all enjoyed their Easter holidays and are pleased to be back at school. Thank you for all for your continued patience and support over this very surreal term. Please continue to keep us informed and work with us to ensure the safety of all. We are still not able to offer breakfast club or after school club, we will keep this under review and keep you informed if anything changes.
8:30 am – Daycare and Nursery
8:40am – Year 5 and 6
8:50am Year 1
9:00am – Year 2
9:10am Year 3 and 4
9:15am – Reception and Nurture
12:15pm – Daycare/Nurser
11:30am – Daycare/Nursery
2:30pm – Reception
2:35pm – Year 1
2:40pm – Year 2
2:45pm – Year 3
2:50pm – Year 4 2:55pm – Year 5
3:00pm – Year 6 3:10pm – Daycare/Nurser
Please can I reminder parents, that children do need to ensure they bring their chromebooks in everyday. They do need to be charged as we have limited capacity to charging in school. Also children do need headphones, as we have various teaching groups within one room. The Chromebooks are school property and are monitored by school via eSafe monitors user behaviour in the digital environments made available, which is something we purchase through the Local Authority, to ensure our children are safe when online.
As we return this Summer Term, please can I reminder you of our school uniform: Grey/Black trousers or skirt White Polo Shirt/White Shirt with a school tie Summer dresses of blue and white can be worn School jumper Black shoes Hair – Please if your child has hair that reaches their shoulders it needs to be tied up. Nail Varnish -This should not be worn to school and no false nails either for the children. Jewellery – Children should not be wearing any form of jewellery other than one pair of studs. Please when it is a forest school day and or PE, please wear appropriate clothing for both lessons, as no changing is allowed, other than for shoes.
Free school lunch
20th May – School will be providing a free lunch for all children this day, more information to follow Remote Learning If you child has to isolate or is absent and able to still continue to work, all work is put through Google Classroom, or sent to individual parents. This should help with your child’s education continuing, even if they are not able to come into school and feel well enough to work at home.
Click HERE for our latest Covid-19 Information.
Click HERE for more information on remote learning at Caslon.
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