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’.
At Shropshire Music Service we have been designing home learning packs for our schools to use during lockdown periods. Alongside this we have put together some music activity sheets specifically designed for children who are at home to be able to access easily with materials they will have around them.
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:
This resource is designed to offer advice on how parents can safeguard their child/ren’s mental health and promote their wellbeing and is available as a document and short video presentation, please follow the link below:
We would like to inform you that we have launched Blue Peter on YouTube at CBBC and we were wondering if your pupils and parents would be interested in this, for entertainment outside of home-schooling hours now we’re in lockdown.
Blue Peter is the longest running kids TV show in the world and we are uploading videos to it that are suitable for 5-11 year olds. We have world record breaking challenges, arts and crafts, environmental videos, cooking and baking how tos, inspirational films, gaming, celebrity appearances, dance routines and music performances. We also feature ways of getting a Blue Peter badge, behind the scenes footage and extra content about our incredible presenters Adam, Lindsey, Mwaksy, Richie and Henry the Blue Peter dog.
If you think your pupils would be interested in this, please do send this out to your parents and ask them to subscribe to https://www.youtube.com/bluepeter – (it’s obviously completely free to subscribe!) and don’t forget to watch the live programme on CBBC at 5.00pm every Thursday, or on BBC iPlayer.
Thanks so much for your time,
The Blue Peter Team!