Attendance and Punctuality

It is essential that all children attend school regularly and on time. Not only does this ensure that they do not miss out on essential learning but it supports routines and social skills which are so important in establishing good habits for life. School starts at 8:50am and the children are learning as soon as they come into class. We have a free breakfast club from 8am for children in Reception to Year 6. If you child is not well enough to attend school please contact the office as soon as possible after 8am. If you are struggling with getting your child to school we are happy to support—please call school and ask to speak to Michelle Mitchell or Julie Craven who will be happy to help. A

Nasal flu vaccine

Nurses will be in school on Wednesday 13th November 2019 to administer the nasal flu vaccine. This year consent has to be given directly to the NHS via an online link. If you wish to have your child vaccinated please follow the link below. If you are having difficulty accessing the form online, we will be happy to help you in school. The form must be completed and submitted before Wednesday 6th November 2019. If you would like your child to receive the nasal flu vaccine in school please click on the image below to complete an online consent form then click on the green YES button in the letter to parents:

The Solihull Approach

The Solihull Approach is all about emotional health and well-being for families. It offers a wide range of parenting advice and support from pregnancy and childbirth right through to the teenage years. Parents of children attending schools in Hull can access the online parenting guides free of charge using the code FREEDOM. To visit the Solihull Approach site click on the link below or at the bottom of the page. If you are having difficulty accessing any of the guides Julie Craven will be happy to help.

Randochat app warning

A warning has been issued that children have been putting themselves at risk by accessing the Randochat app. This is a chatroom specifically aimed at people aged 18+ and therefore not in any way suitable for children of primary age. There are serious safeguarding concerns regarding the app and the police are currently investigating a case involving a 10 year old child who has used the app. Please check your children's devices to make sure they are not using this app.

Parentzone - keeping children safe online

It is not always easy keeping up to date with what children are accessing online and the risks that they may be facing. This website offers sound, up to date advice on how to ensure your child enjoys their time online safely. Follow the link below.

Dates for the diary

Wednesday 18th September 2019 - Year 1 trip to the Street Life Museum Year 5 trip to the Hull and East Riding Museum Wednesday 25th September 2019 - Year 4 Trident Experience Day Friday 11th October 2019 - Harvest Festival, 10am at St John the Baptist, St George's Road Tuesday 22nd October 2019 - Year 5 trip to the Street Life Museum Wednesday 23rd October 2019 - Parents' day, all classes Friday 25th October 2019 - break up for half term Monday 4th November 2019 - back to school Monday 4th November 2019 - Friday 15th November 2019 - Year 4 swimming Wednesday 11th December 2019 - Year 6 trip to Hull Truck to see Peter Pan Monday 16th December 2019 - Christmas Craft day Tuesday 17th December

Welcome back!

Welcome back to a new school year. We hope you all had a restful(?) fun-filled break and are ready for another busy school year. It is lovely to see the children back looking so smart and refreshed - it's amazing how much they seem to shoot up during the six week's break! Huge thanks to everyone who sent in pictures of the children getting caught writing over the summer and to those who encouraged the children to write and draw in their diaries during the holidays. This year we are having a big push on improving writing throughout the school and want your support in encouraging the children to write for any purpose from stories and diaries to shopping lists and notes. There are already a


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