Welcome back – important messages

Dear Parent/Carer

We are looking forward to welcoming your child back to school tomorrow.  The new classrooms are ready for action and looking fantastic!  I hope you are also impressed by the new landscaping around the classrooms.

The contractors have done a great job of getting the job finished on time for the new term but there are a few ‘finishing touches’ that you need to be aware of.

  • The grass has only just been laid and as such we are asking that the children to keep off the grass for the next week and a half.
  • You will also notice that the gate at the main entrance has not yet been reinstalled.  This will be completed this week and will be secured by a barrier in the mean time.
  • The soft surfacing around the fun fitness trail at the front of the school has had to be dug up for drainage work and a temporary safe surface is currently replacing this.  This is only a temporary solution and a new permanent soft surface will be laid as soon as possible.

A REMINDER OF CLASSROOMS AND LINING UP ARRANGMENTS

Please see below for lining up positions for this academic year.  P1 and P2 children will not line up and will instead go straight into the classroom any time between 8.55 and 9am.

Class 18-19

Which classroom?

Where do they line up?

P1

New classroom

Trial of soft start – children to come in between 8.55-9am and go straight into classroom

P1/2

New classroom

Trial of soft start – children to come in between 8.55-9am and go straight into classroom

P2

Current P1 classroom

Trial of soft start – children to come in between 8.55-9am and go straight into classroom

P3

Current P3 classroom

Line up in the infant playground outside the old P1

P3/4

Current P4 classroom

Line up in the infant playground outside the old P1

P4

Current P2 classroom

Biggies playground

P5

Current P4/5 classroom

Biggies playground

P5/6

Current P2/3 classroom

Biggies playground

P6

Current P6 classroom

By main entrance

P7

Current P7 classroom

By main entrance

One more sleep to go!

Best wishes,

Faye Calder-Kelly

Headteacher