Friday 21st January 2022
Catholic Social Justice
The theme for this term is the Poor and Vulnerable. Pope Francis said, “The poor save us because they enable us to encounter the face of Jesus Christ.
The children will be thinking about ways to make our world a fairer place for everyone.
This week we have had a rise in the number of cases in school. For this reason staff will be continuing to wear masks. If your children have cold symptoms please keep them at home until they are better. We will contact you if your child has had recent close contact in school with anyone who has tested positive. Please then test your child each day for the next 5 days.
We continue to ask parents to wear masks on site and keeping your distance from others. You can order Lateral Flow Tests to check yourselves and children here
Dates For Your Diary
Half term ends Friday 18th February
New half term starts Monday 28th February
Spring term ends Thursday 14th April
You can read this week’s newsletter here.
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
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