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  • General
    12 March 2021
    Red Nose Day - Friday 19th March
    Please find attached a poster for the Red Nose Day next Friday along with a special menu. Children can come to school wearing red and bring a donation (cash) for Comic Relief.
  • General
    10 March 2021
    Wet Wednesday Traffic!
    Dear Parents Thank you for your patience this morning during the pupil drop-off. Naturally, with the wet weather today, we had a higher number of cars travelling around the school site. To help with the flow of the traffic, we kindly ask parents to not park on the roadside between the visitor car park exit and the entrance to the staff car park. If this section on the road is clear then the traffic flow has been proven to run much smoother and so reducing such hold-ups like today. Thank you for your support with this matter. Best wishes Mr Axon
  • General
    2 March 2021
    Rapid Lateral Flow Testing
    Dear parents I thought it would be useful to share a newly published Government guidance document with you regarding 'Rapid lateral flow testing for households and bubbles of school pupils and staff'. Please see the link below: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/rapid-lateral-flow-testing-for-households-and-bubbles-of-school-pupils-and-staff#how-to-get-a-rapid-lateral-flow-test Within this guidance it states 'From 1 March 2021, if you’re a member of a household, childcare bubble or support bubble of staff or a pupil you can get a twice-weekly test: •through your employer if they offer testing to employees •at a local test site •by collecting a home test kit from a test site •by ordering a home test kit online' More information can be found within this document. Best wishes Mr Axon
  • Event
    1 March 2021
    World Book Day
    Dear Parents and Carers, Thursday 4th March is World Book Day 2021. Teachers will be setting World Book Day activities on Google Classroom instead of regular lessons so that your child can enjoy and celebrate the day, whether they are learning from home or are in school. Dressing up as a favourite book character is optional this year and we are not awarding prizes for best costume because the majority of our pupils are learning from home. However, those who would like to dress up are more than welcome to do so, as it will certainly make our daily briefing live sessions bright and colourful! You can also send a picture of your child in costume to their teacher through class dojo, should you wish to do so. Children in keyworker classes may come to school dressed as their favourite books character if they wish, or can wear school uniform as usual. We hope that the day will be enjoyed by all, and there will be activities and competitions to take part in on the day.
  • Important
    22 February 2021
    Updated COVID-19 Risk Assessments, Strategy Plan and Key Documents
    Dear Parents I hope you have been able to have a restful half-term. Below is the link to the recently reviewed and updated COVID-19 risk assessments, strategy plan and key documentation. https://www.carltoncolville.suffolk.sch.uk/suffolk/primary/carltoncolville/site/pages/keyinformation/wideropeningplancovid19 Best wishes
  • General
    11 February 2021
    Pupil drop-off - 8:50am-9:30am
    Good morning Pupil drop-off will again be extended to 9:30am today and tomorrow so please don't feel the need to rush in for 9:00am. Conditions around school remain slippery in places so please only walk on the gritted pathways. Due to the overnight snowfall the road, in front of the school, has a layer of snow/slush on it so please be careful if driving to school. Best wishes Mr Axon
  • General
    10 February 2021
    Nursery - September 2021
    We still have a few places remaining in our Nursery for admission in September 2021. If you know anyone who may require a place, please ask them to contact the school office. Thanks
  • Important
    9 February 2021
    Planned Opening- Weds 10th Feb
    Dear Parents I'm pleased to update you that we are planning to open school tomorrow for critical worker and vulnerable children. Mr Sprules has worked since 5:45am clearing pathways and he has done a tremendous job making our school site safe. Walkways have been created (see photos below) and please stick to these when on the school site. In the morning the roads and pathways in the village will likely be icy in places, so please be careful. So there isn't any hold-ups, pupil drop-up will be between 8:50am and extended to 9:30am, so please don't feel you need to rush in for 9:00am. Year 2-6 children can be dropped off from the visitor carpark (if you wish) and I will be outside to ensure the children enter the school building. Breakfast club and after school club will be open as normal. Pupil pick-up will be the usual 3pm. Best wishes Mr Axon
  • Important
    15 January 2021
    Closing date for Applications
    Just a reminder that today is the closing date for Nursery and Reception Admission Applications for September 2021. Thank you
  • Important
    6 January 2021
    Key Worker Provision Documentation
    Dear Parents I hope the first two days of remote learning has gone smoothly for you and your child/ren. It may have be challenging at times and so please do liaise with your child's class teacher and they will support you where they can. We will continue to do all we can to advise and help. I will send a letter out on Friday with some updates for next week. Below is a link to our Key Worker Provision Strategy Plan, our latest risk assessments and other key documents. https://carltoncolville.suffolk.sch.uk/suffolk/primary/carltoncolville/site/pages/keyinformation/wideropeningplancovid19 We will continue to keep these all updated following the latest government guidance. Best wishes Mr B Axon
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