Return to School

Please find the letter below from Lesley Brown, Chief Operating Officer, regarding the return to school on August 12th.

Return to school

More information about the specifics of our school will be shared with parents at the start of next week.

We can’t wait to welcome you all back to school! We’ve missed you all and we can’t wait to meet all of the new pupils joining us this year.

School Reports 2019/2020

This year our end of year reports will be sent out digitally in a word document attachment. You will receive your child(ren)’s report(s) this week.

The following protocol for issuing the reports in this way has been approved by the council :                                                                                            You will receive an email in advance to advise of the document being sent, and with a request that you confirm that the email address is valid.                                                                                                                                              Once we receive confirmation we will submit the report. If we do not receive confirmation regarding the email address, we will try to contact you by phone to establish the correct email address.

Return to School August 2020 Survey

Our Headteachers and school staff are currently progressing their plans to welcome children and young people back into school in August. To help us get this as right as we can for children and young people we would appreciate your views. We would be most grateful of you could complete this short survey regarding your child’s return to school in August by Monday 15 June 2020 4pm. Paper copies are available from your school by request.

http://links.edubuzz.org/erg-parents-pupil-return

Asthma: Week 35 25 – 31 August – A Guide for Patients/Carers

Rise in Asthma Attacks

Did you know there is a rise in Asthma Attacks in August when pupils go back to school after their summer holidays?

Each year we see an increase in asthma attacks in children when they return to school which often result in admission to hospital. 

Check out our top tips to try and avoid this happening.

Remember, asthma attacks are serious and you need to get help day or night if your child is not responding to their blue inhaler.