Happy New Year everyone! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and managed to have a good break – maybe you even managed to have some relaxing chill time! We are looking forward to Spring term, with everything that brings with it. Have a great weekend.
Latest Health Advice
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has issued advice for parents of children returning to school following the Christmas break amid high levels of winter illnesses including Covid-19 and scarlet fever; cases of Covid and flu are expected to rise in the coming weeks.
Advice provided by the UKHSA includes teaching children about the importance of good hand hygiene and keeping children off from school if they are unwell. “It’s important to minimise the spread of infection in schools and other education and childcare settings as much as possible. If your child is unwell and has a fever, they should stay home from school or nursery until they feel better and the fever has resolved. Helping children to learn about the importance of good hand hygiene is also key, so practice regular hand washing at home with soap and warm water.”
Let God grant what is in your heart and fulfil all your plans.Psalm 20:4
Starting Primary School In September 2023 – Application Reminder
Just a quick reminder to all parents that if your child is due to start primary school in September 2023 all application forms must be completed and returned to the local authority before 15th January 2023.
Applications can be made either online at www.dudley.gov.uk/admissions or by completing an application form available from the local authority.
Should you require any further information please contact Dudley School Admissions Service on 0300 555 2345.
Attendance (first 2 days back)
Whole School – 95.96%
Reception – 94.44%
Year 1 – 97.78%
Year 2 – 98.89%
Year 3 – 98.99%
Year 4 – 92.0%
Year 5 – 94.0%
Year 6 – 96.0%
A couple of guides for you to have a look at this week: