Change4Life have created recipes and shopping lists for families which can be used to create lunches for around £15 each week and have asked us to share this information with our parents/carers. Please click on the link below to read full details.
Did you miss out ordering KS2 tea towels before Christmas or would you like some more.
If so, we have some left to sell. The tea towels are £3 each or 4 for £10. Contact the school office if you would like to purchase some.
We are currently updating our sQuid school dinner money account and note there is money owing on lots of accounts.
Please log on to your sQuid account, check your child’s account and top up if necessary. Can you please check this even if your child is not in school presently.
Please see the attached poster with information about Shropshire Music Service ‘Open Day’.
After being made aware of a potential play group bubble being formed we would like to share the government guidance about what you can and can’t do during lockdown. We are understandably trying to keep the school as safe as possible for our critical worker and vulnerable children, our staff and community.
This is the official government guidance (full document)
Taken from the above document:
Public outdoor places include:
- parks, beaches, countryside accessible to the public, forests
- public and botanical gardens (whether or not you pay to enter them)
- the grounds of a heritage site
- public playgrounds
Playgrounds are primarily open for use by children who do not have access to private outdoor space, like their own garden. Although you can take your children to a playground for exercise, you must not socialise with other people while there.
User friendly version/information:
We have just been contacted by our school fruit scheme provider to inform us they will be commencing delivering fruit to school from Wednesday this week.
Thank you to everyone in KS1 who has been providing a piece of fruit for their child for break. From Wednesday onward you will no longer need to do this.
Thank you to everyone who has booked their child’s place for school next week.
Please continue to send your bookings in by 10am Thursday morning. If your child is doing set days, we have booked these in now until half term. You will only need to contact us if you wish to cancel a day.
Currently Shawbury Stars will not be opening over the February half term. We will keep reviewing guidance from the government and if anything changes regarding childcare over half term we will let you know.
Please note: the kitchen staff have made the following changes to next weeks lunch menu.
Tuesday – breaded chicken with herby potatoes and peas (instead of curry)
Wednesday – roast beef (not pork)
Thursday – fish bites (not fish fillet)
Everything else on the menu will remain the same
Please open the link below to read our revised School Closure and Critical Worker School Places Policy.
If you are a critical worker and are thinking of booking a place for your child to attend school, please read through the policy carefully to find out if you are eligible.
We are currently offering a fresh packed lunch made daily to be collected every day to our free school meal children. This does not include universal free school meal children.
We are now also going to offer food parcels, which can be collected from school every Monday morning.
The food parcel will comprise:
5 portions of butter, 3 yoghurts, 1 pint milk, 1kg carrots, 5 baking potatoes, 1/2kg tomatoes, 3 apples, 3 bananas, 3 orange, 1 cucumber, 1lt orange juice, 6 eggs, 200g cheese.
If you have more than one child on free school meals, you will receive a parcel for each child you have.
Please note: only free school meal children who are not attending school this half term are entitled to food parcels.
Please let the school office know by 10am on Thursday morning if you would like to collect a parcel for your free school meal child.