The week beginning Monday 14th November, we will celebrate Road Safety Week here at school. The theme is ‘Safe Roads for all’. The children will be doing lots of activities in class such as brightening a bag or scooter so it can be seen, practising to cross the road safely as well as singing some road safety songs. At home, we are also encouraging parent to send in photos of their child out and about crossing the road safely or using a sustainable mode of transport e.g. walking, cycling or riding a scooter. There will also be a mufti on Friday 18th November where the theme is ‘Be Bright Be Seen’.
If your child displays symptoms of COVID or other illnesses, or has tested positive for COVID, the advice from the NHS is that your child should try to stay at home and avoid contact with others, especially if they have a temperature or do not feel well enough to go to school. Please click on the attached link for further information What to do if you have coronavirus (COVID-19) or symptoms of COVID-19 - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
On Friday 21st October, St Nicholas are taking park in the Mencap Superhero Challenge! See below for details.
Details of our upcoming parent coffee mornings