Dates for your diary, Learning Posters and Tic Tac Toe

ruta fuente del cobre Please find attached the key dates for the Summer Term (these are also available on our school website). Along with this newsletter you should also receive:

  • A copy of your child’s learning poster for the Term, outlining the curriculum and how you can support your child’s learning.
  • Tic Tac Toe homework for the Summer Term (Y5 and Y6).

Summer Time!

site de rencontre gratuit pour smartphone We now enter our third and final term of the year and I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that the warmer weather we have been enjoying will hopefully remain with us. Therefore, it is important your child brings water in a non-glass bottle to ensure they can keep hydrated throughout the day. Sun hats can also be brought in and can be worn during breaks and lunchtimes.

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Picking up time

http://vedantaiowa.org/?makrosyt=loveland-speed-dating-2018&3e5=98 Please may I remind you of the procedure for collecting your children at the end of the school day.

citas imss por internet estado de mexico Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children leave at 3.15pm. They wait with their class teacher (or member of staff in charge on that day) until they see their designated collector. If the designated collector is running late the class teacher will take the child to wait outside the office. At this point calls will be made by the office staff to ascertain the time of arrival. If this is to be considerably later, we will make arrangements for the child to join after school club until pick up.

Older children, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 leave at 3.20pm and follow the same procedure detailed above but with one slight difference. There will be one teacher from the year group whom the children should return to if the designated collector has not arrived.

The person who is picking up, the designated collector, must be known to the class teacher prior to pick up. Please do not make arrangements for someone else to pick up your child without the class teacher knowing beforehand. The class teacher will not let the child leave with that person unless they have been made aware previously.

Reminders

  • Monday 6th May is a Bank holiday so school will be closed.
  • If you wish or need to contact teachers for non-urgent matters, please do so via the office email office@hadcps.uk. Please try to refrain from entering school in the morning so Teachers can prepare for the busy day ahead.
  • Please do not bring dogs onto the school site and consider carefully where you “tie them up” outside the school so as not to block paths and exits.
  • Please do not allow children in your care to climb on the blue railings, play in the flowerbeds and bushes and please do not allow them to play on the climbing area in the middle garden area.
  • Please ensure your child puts their lunchbox on the trolley at the start of each day and collects it at the end of the day. Please ensure their lunch is in a lunchbox and not a carrier bag.
  • Please ensure your child walks with their scooter or bicycle and does not ride them on the school grounds.
  • Please remember we are a Healthy School and play time snacks should be fruit only.
  • We are also “nut free” so please do not bring nut based products into school for playtime snack or in lunchboxes.

School Uniform

We keep everything as near navy blue as possible while allowing flexibility in style for practical purposes. We would appreciate your help in maintaining this standard and request that children take pride in their appearance and in being a member of our school.

THE CLEAR NAMING OF ALL CLOTHING IS AN ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENT. Our lost property box is on the top playground near the music room.

Boys

  • Plain Navy Trousers or Shorts – Black or Grey are also acceptable.
  • Plain White or Blue Shirt or Polo Shirt.
  • Navy Jumper, Cardigan or Sweatshirt.
  • Black sensible Shoes or Sandals with covered toes.
  • Plain White, Black, Navy or Grey Socks.
  • School Fleece with school logo (optional).

Girls

  • Plain Navy, knee length Skirts/Shorts/Culottes and Trousers or Pinafore Dress – Black or Grey are also acceptable.
  • Plain White or Blue Shirt or Polo Shirt.
  • Navy Jumper, Cardigan or Sweatshirt.
  • Black sensible flat Shoes or Sandals with covered toes. No platforms or high heels.
  • Blue and White checked Dress in summer.
  • Plain White, Black, Navy or Grey Socks or Tights.
  • School Fleece with school logo (optional).

Jewellery & Makeup

No nail varnish is allowed to be worn in school. Children may wear a small pair of studs but must either leave them at home or be able to take them out themselves on the days they have P.E. or Swimming. Tape is not permitted.

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Sports Clothing

  • Plain Navy/Black Shorts
  • Plain White/Blue T-Shirt or Polo Shirt – or coloured house T-Shirt
  • Plimsolls
  • Trainers for outdoor P.E.
  • Tracksuit or warm Jogging Bottoms
  • Sweatshirt

Things to note

Shirts with decorations are not permitted. All sports clothing should be at school every day, in a bag. We sell strong PE bags for this purpose.

For young children, practical, comfortable clothes are advisable. Velcro fastenings are very useful. A strong hanging loop in the neck of your child’s coat will help to keep it on the peg.

Term Dates

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