Friday 30th April
Bank Holiday Monday
School will be closed on Monday for the Bank Holiday. Enjoy your extra day with your children!
Nursery have been exploring worms – very yucky!. See just how yucky on their class blog photos here. Year 6 made some incredible models of European monuments. Have a look at the blog photos here.
Tell your story in a square.
Come and collect a fabric square for your family; design a picture or words to represent 2020-2021:
- what or who helped you through
- a good memory
- a sad memory
- a hope for the future
We’d like each family to create an image on a fabric square by sewing or using fabric paint. Then we’ll put them all together to make a wall hanging.
See the latest week’s newsletter and Stars of the Week here.
Dates for Your Diary
Thursday 20th May children break up for half term
Friday 21st May Teacher Training Day
Monday 7th June Final Half term starts
Thursday 8th July Parents’ Evening
Wednesday 21st July End of term
Click here for a link to the term dates for next year.
If you are worried about the wellbeing or safety of any child there are lots of ways we can help. Please speak to Mrs O’Brien for advice. email@example.com
Great parent guides to internet safety here
If you have an emergency you can contact:
Mrs O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Tibbits email@example.com
Mrs Puar firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact our Family Support Worker, Jenny Ranson on 07551152813
Birmingham City Council can also help with parenting, mental health, finance, domestic abuse, problems with drugs or alcohol, berevement support. This leaflet is available in different languages – From Birmingham With Love
If you or your child develops COVID symptoms you should get a test by ringing 119 or apply online here. Everyone in your house must isolate for 10 days unless your test is negative.
For free, safe, anonymous help for young people with mental wellbeing, you can contact Kooth online.
See our photo gallery on the Events blog here