Warn and inform - Covid in school.
Back to school 7th September.
Breakfast Club will start on Thursday 9th September at 8.15am. Please contact me if you want a place firstname.lastname@example.org
Start of day:
All children start back at 8.55am
End of day:
Y1 and 2 children finish at 3pm
All out through FP gates. Parents - queue, and wait, outside school in usual place.
Y3-6 finish at 3.05pm
Y3 and 4 - Parents come into school using St Fagan's Street gate. Leave through St Fagan's Street gate.
Y5 and 6 - Queue, and wait, outside school in usual place
Parents - please wear a face covering, follow staff instructions, keep 2m distance from each other and leave the area promptly. Thank you
Warn and Inform Letter
Reception - Positive Case of Covid
6.1.21 Great start to our online learning, thank you parents - you're doing a great job!
Just a few notes for you to remember:
4th January onwards
Please also see Cardiff Council letter below.
Teachers will hold a Google Meet daily, starting on the 4th January. They will direct children to their work and be available to answer any questions the children have regarding their online work. We will provide devices, where necessary, and the expectation will be that children complete the work provided.
Our Learning Support Assistants will call families where children do not join the daily Meet. This will be to offer help with accessing online work, and ensuring all is well. They will be able to pass any questions onto the class teacher.
Times for children to Google Meet their teacher:
Year 6 - teachers will Meet at 10am
Year 5 - teachers will Meet at 10.30am
Year 4 - 11am
Year 3 - 11.30am
Year 2 - midday
Year 1 - 12.30pm
Rec - 1pm
18.12.20: Arrangements for January 4th onwards.
This is how it stands at the moment. Please bear in mind things might change depending on the virus and our staffing availability. Texts will be sent if any changes are necessary. This page will also be updated.
Monday 4th January: Preparation day. Staff will meet children on Google Meet. A text will be sent with the times. All children will be at home.
5th January: Online work will start for all children. All children will be at home.
6th, 7th, 8th January: Vulnerable children, and those whose parents are critical workers, will be in school. All other children will continue with distance learning at home.
Monday 11th January: All children will return to school.
14.12.20 Arrangements for: 16th, 17th, 18th December
Information from the Local Authority
If you think you fit the criteria, and want your child to attend school, please email me at: email@example.com
11.12.20 Class 1P
Awaiting information from Public Health Wales as to self-isolation dates. Will update as soon as I hear. Any child who is not a contact - parents will be phoned. If you do not receive a phone call, your child is a contact and must self-isolate - which means staying in doors, with no visitors to the house. Any symptoms - high temperature (37.8C), new/continuous cough and loss of taste and/or smell - phone 119 and get a test.
11.12.20 School Closure
Cardiff Council are shutting primary schools from Wednesday 16th December. School will remain open for staff until 18.12.20.
Where additional support is needed, or pupils are vulnerable, these children may still be able come to school. I'm waiting for further information about this, and will update you as soon as I know any more.
Staff will provide learning for all children not in school until 18.12.20. This may be online in Google Classrooms, SeeSaw and/or via workpacks.
Any questions - don't hesitate: firstname.lastname@example.org
4.12.20: Please follow guidance below:
We would like to remind you of the importance of following the correct processes should a pupil or family member be required to self-isolate due to showing symptoms of COVID-19 or if anyone in the household is awaiting a test result. Please refer to the FAQ’s provided by the Local Authority, which provides clear guidelines to ensure we keep our pupils, staff and the wider school community safe.
English – https://www.cardiff.gov.uk/covidschoolfaqs
Welsh – https://www.cardiff.gov.uk/dychwelydirysgol
Please find below the checklist for parents for when to keep children home from school.
Guidance for sending your child to school (cardiff.gov.uk)
Canllaw ar gyfer gyrru eich plentyn i’r ysgol (cardiff.gov.uk)
If the hyperlinks don't work - cut and paste into your browser.
Remember - it's only by working together that we keep everyone safe!
30.11.20: Reception and Year 4 - information for parents
Children's book explaining Coronavirus
Copy and paste link into your browser:
Children's play areas in Cardiff Council's parks are closed due to the risk of transmitting COVID-19. If you go to the parks for your daily exercise, the Council are asking for people to not gather in groups, to practise social distancing rules and to keep children off the equipment. There is a risk the parks will have to close, if the rules are not followed.
Free School Meals Vouchers
Letters sent on Friday 3rd April. May well be delayed in the post.
Email: email@example.com for help.
Free School Meals over the Easter Break
Dear Parents / Carers,
The collection of packed lunch grab bags will stop this Friday, 3rd April. A £40 supermarket voucher will be provided for the 2 week Easter break. You will get a letter soon, telling you how to claim your voucher.
If I can help - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay safe and well everyone!
School closed 30.3.20. Email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Free School Meals can still be picked up from school between 11-12.
If you are a key worker, children will attend Ninian Park Primary. You will need to apply to Cardiff Council for a place - do not just bring children to Ninian.
Follow link for more information: https://www.cardiff.gov.uk/ENG/Your-Council/Strategies-plans-and-policies/Emergency-Planning-and-Resilience/coronavirus-information/key-worker-childcare/Pages/default.aspx