REMEMBER SUN SAFETY
Apply sun lotion before school, bring a sun hat to keep your child safe in the sun and a water bottle every day so we can keep hydrated.
Thank you to our wonderful PTA who have raised funds to replace the parasols so we can seek some shade during our break times
Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms in children
Children can get coronavirus (COVID-19), but they seem to get it less often than adults and it's usually less serious.
The main symptoms of COVID-19 are:
- a high temperature
- a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot, for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
- a loss or change to sense of smell or taste – this means they cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
Are you following us on our social media platforms or missing out?
A reminder that we can be followed on Twitter and Facebook. There are lots of great photos that showcase some of the things going on in school. Don't forget to turn on your notifications.
Why not share with your
friends to promote our fantastic school.
We are pleased that the UK looks to be edging closer to normality, but we must stay compliant with the social distancing rules to reach the end goal shortly. Therefore here is a reminder of the times children MUST arrive in class in the morning and be collected in the afternoon so that we ensure everyone can adhere to social distancing.
Family with children in more than one class 9am /3pm
Class 3 8:45am / 2:55pm
Class 2 8:55 am / 3:05pm
Class1 9:05am / 3:15pm
This is a reminder to all parents and children about safety in the sun. If the forecast is for good weather it would be most helpful if the children could come to school with sun protection already applied, a sun hat and a water bottle as we will endeavour to utilise the outside as much as possible.
This is a reminder of our expectations for PE Kit as per our uniform policy
Plain T-shirt or school polo shirt, plain shorts, trainers or plimsolls. A tracksuit is also useful for
outdoor activities during the winter.
WC 20/06/2021 is Week 1 on the menu
We will be eating in our classroom bubbles again but food will be served on plates and not the disposable food trays as before.
School lunches cost £2.40 per day (£12.00 per week)
Sandwiches must be pre-ordered for next week (WC 28th JUNE) on the order form below. Forms must be returned to the school office by Thursday at the latest.
Sandwich Order Form
Due to a child being identified as having a nut allergy we would politely ask that no nuts or nut-based products ie peanut butter are sent into school in packed lunches or as snacks. Many thanks
Oldbury Wells School in partnership with ESSP Summer Schools Activity Clubs. For more details email Mrs Plant
To access the FREE course above visit www.inourplace.co.uk and enter the access code DARWIN18. Why not spread the word with other parents/carers and get them to take a look?
Still In search of ........
Games and jigsaw puzzles in good condition for the after school club
Old good condition musical instruments
Good quality books or whole book sets
that you are willing to donate to the school
Tuesday, June 22nd, 7 pm, Church Preen Village Hall
We would like to thank everyone that has supported our fundraising efforts in the past. Here is an update of educational sundries some of the money raised has or will be spent
£1000 is being donated to the school for new educational reading books and to increase the library options
£400 - Eight sun parasols for the picnic benches to encourage the sun to return
£100 per term is given to the classes in turn to purchase book boxsets
Teaching aids: Spell Zone which is an annual subscription
SUMMER WRAP UP RAFFLE
If you or your company, family or friends have a fabulous raffle prize to donate please contact Mrs Evans via the school
The PTA members can be contacted on
PE kit to be worn every WED and THUR
Class 1 has been finding out about the history of Shrewsbury Castle. We discovered that it was built over 1000 years ago and it has been rebuilt many times since then.
We're looking forward to the Week beginning 28th June when you can bring in your mini history projects. It will be your turn to tell the rest of the class something about your local history.
C1 have had a virtual tour of London landmarks. They enjoyed popping into ‘the posh hotel’ aka The Savoy Hotel as part of their literacy lesson. They have also been investigating animal prints in art.
First of all, we would like to give a very warm welcome to Fabian and his family, who have just moved to the Church Preen area. Fabian joins our other year 4’s Alice, Laura, Annie, Connor and Jack.
Class Two have had an enjoyable week tasting Sicilian inspired food which included Prosciutto Crudo, Bruschetta & olives, Pizza, Mozzarella & Tomato salad and not forgetting the delicious Lemon Granita…all perfect for the lovely hot weather we have had. This really helped the children to gather ideas for their persuasive writing!
Class 2 pupils were lucky to have a break in the clouds so they were all able to observe the partial solar eclipse on Thursday morning. Thank you to Concord College for the eclipse glasses.
Spellings: Please revise all this half term’s spellings for a test on Thursday.
Finally, a reminder that we have PE on Mondays and Fridays. Children should come into school wearing their PE kit. Please can they also ensure that they have a waterproof coat and a water bottle. On sunny days, please can they have sunscreen already applied and bring in a sun hat.
Follow the link to the class 2 spelling lists including Spell zone lists
Spell Zone lists for test on Monday 14th June
Thank you again for your support,
Mrs Ross, Mr Pygott, Mrs Bennison and Miss Wallace.
the staffing in class 2 will be as follows:
PE will be on Mondays and Fridays for the rest of the term
We continued our tennis coaching with Henry from the Shrewsbury Tennis Club this week.
In literacy, we are continuing our unit on The Explorer. We researched some different explorers and shared our knowledge.
As part of our staff Sickness Insurance scheme, they offer access to a Pupil Wellbeing Service Click on the poster for more information.
Supporting Parents Helpfinder (Young Minds)
Times are tough for many people right now. Parents find themselves pulled in many different direction and children may be struggling being in the house for so much longer than usual.
A mixture of concern about covid, work from home and children at home, along with a possible financial impact make for a stressful household.
Young Minds have created a useful 'Supporting Parents Helpfinder'. By answering six questions, parents can find out how to support their child's mental health during the pandemic (and beyond).
Find the help finder here: https://youngminds.org.uk/supporting-parents-helpfinder/
Sleep is an important part of everybody's well being
- Does your child struggle with their sleep?
- Would you like to access support to help to improve sleep and bedtime routine?
- Would you like to meet other parents/carers to share and discuss experiences?
Sleep Tight Workshop: Click on this link for more information on a virtual workshop being held by Shropshire Council
Would you like to know more about your child’s development?
Do you understand your child’s behaviour?
Would you like a chance to meet with other parents with children of a similar age?
Then click on the following links for more information on virtual workshops being run by Shropshire Council
Understanding your Child
Understanding your child with SEND:
End Of Term - Friday 16th July
PD DAY - Monday 19th July
PD Day - Tuesday 20th July
PD Day - Wednesday 21st July
Please click on the picture for all the latest information.
Remote Learning exercise books have been sent home and these should be kept in a safe place and only used by your child in the event of a directed closure due to covid 19. A reminder that full details can be found here http://edgeschoolsfederation.co.uk/media/20870/remote-learning-plan-2.pdf
Early Birds: 7:45am - 8:50am - £5.
ASC: 3:15pm - 4:15 pm - £4.
3:15pm - 5pm - £6.
3:15pm - 5:30pm £8.50
Spaces are limited to a maximum of 15 children so please ensure you book in advance via the school office. It would also be appreciated if for any reason your plans change on the day and ASC is no longer required you notify the office at your earliest convenience to help with staffing requirements.
A couple of school rules for those new parents joining our community and a reminder to the rest of the community.
Safeguarding your children
If there is a change to the collection arrangements of your child at the end of the school day, then you must inform us via a telephone call to the school office or a message in the link books provided for such communication.
Dental / Medical appointments
Where possible these appointments should be sought out of school hours, so as not to impede your child's learning, but if this is not possible then the appointment card or letter must be bought to the school office, so the correct absence code can be used.
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Please note that we have been advised by the Local authority that the insurance on the school taxi is invalidated if friends accompany children who are entitled or pay for this travel. Therefore in future alternative arrangements will need to be made as they are no longer able to travel in the taxi with them.