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11/12/2020   Christmas Jumper Day

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27/11/2020   Year 2 - Bubble Closure

We have been made aware of an adult within our school community who has tested positive for COVID 19.

We know that you may find this concerning but we are continuing to monitor the situation and are working closely with Public Health England.

We have sent a letter to all parents to inform you of the current situation and provide advice on how to support your child, this can be found below.

The small number of children who have been in close contact with the individual who has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have received a letter informing them that their child must stay at home for 14 days.

The school remains open and your child should continue to attend as normal if they remain well.

Advice letter to all parents

Advice letter to Year 2

01/10/2020   E-Safety Information

Dear Parents and Carers

Re - Supporting your child online

During recent lessons exploring ‘Internet Safety’ and ‘Keeping Safe Online’ we have been given an opportunity to provide additional support to keep our children safe online.

Worryingly, we are now aware that lots of our children, especially in Key Stage Two, are engaging in apps that are not appropriate for their age. Through discussions in the classroom, some children have made our staff aware that they are able to talk to strangers and other children they may not know in these games, apps and other social media.

Please take care looking through the age restrictions on the attachment. Please ensure that your child only has access to apps, games and other online platforms suitable for their age.

It has been known that children, who have access to games not appropriate for their age or has been exposed to social media, have an increased risk of negative experiences.  This may include feelings of loneliness, depression, anxiety, risk of self-harm and suicidal thoughts. This may also influence children to feel inadequate about their life or appearance.

Please take time with your child to discuss the use of social media, apps and games at home. We will continue to support the children with Internet Safety through our PSHE and ICT learning.

Thank you,

Mrs S Thorpe

PSHE & RSE Lead

Nurture Group Leader

 

23/09/2020   When To Get A Test & Symptoms - Public Health England 23rd September 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

This is an important letter to share some information on how we can work together to make sure we can continue to give children and young people the best education in the safest way possible.

One important part of ensuring the safety and wellbeing of pupils, parents and our communities is testing for coronavirus. We all have a duty to make sure that the right people have access to get tested at the right time. Every time a test is used inappropriately, a person with Covid-19 symptoms may miss out on getting tested.

Therefore, I ask that you all follow these principles:

You should only book a test if your child has any of these three coronavirus symptoms:

  1. a high temperature: any new high temperature where your child feels hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to measure the temperature)
  2.  a new continuous cough: coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
  3. a loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste: a noticeable loss of smell or taste or things smell and taste different to normal

Your child does not need a test if they have a runny nose, are sneezing or feeling unwell but do not have a temperature, cough or loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste because these are not normally symptoms of coronavirus.

If you are unsure about whether to get a test, please check the official list of symptoms on the NHS website, which is reviewed regularly: www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/

  • Only the person with symptoms should get a test. You do not need to get a test for anyone else in the household unless they also have any of the three symptoms listed above. All members of the household need to self-isolate whilst waiting for the test result.
  • If the person with symptoms’ test comes back positive, other members of their household should continue self-isolating for 14 days and only get a test if they develop coronavirus symptoms.
  • If a pupil in a class or bubble tests positive for coronavirus, anyone who is advised to self-isolate does not require a test unless they subsequently develop symptoms.

No one else in the same class or bubble as the symptomatic person needs to take any action unless advised by the school. Schools have detailed guidance and access to a Department for Education and Public Health England helpline for advice and support.

Contacts of a person who has tested positive must follow the guidance carefully and in full, which means they must stay at home for 14 days. This is because it can take several days following contact with an infected person before an individual develops symptoms or the virus can be detected. Students should only book a test if they get symptoms.

The NHS has produced some guidance to help parents understand when their child can and cannot attend school which you may find useful: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/is-my-child-too-ill-for-school/

It is vital for children’s learning and future opportunities that they are able to return to school and college. It is therefore vitally important that all we work together and do our bit to make this possible.

 

21/09/2020   Breakfast Club and After School Club - September 2020

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club will restart from Monday 5th October. 

The club will be available from 8am, at a cost of £2 per child. Please call on 01522 880094, as booking is essential.

The gates will close at 8.20am.

After School Club

LCFC After School Club has been suspended with immediate effect, in line with the current Covid Risk Assessment - Please contact Lincoln City Foundation on 01522 563792 if you wish to discuss. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

 

10/09/2020   PE Timetable and Information on PE Kit from 14th September 2020

From Monday 14th September 2020, please ensure your child comes to school in their PE kit and wears this for the day.

Monday - 1W, 6M and 6F
Tuesday - Cherry, 2G and 3K
Wednesday - Ash, 1AH, 3B and 4M
Thursday - 2R and 4C
Friday - 5L and 5T

PE / Sports Kit

White polo shirt or T-shirt
Navy or black shorts
Navy or black sports bottoms
Navy or black jumper/hoodie
 
For indoor PE lessons plimsolls are preferred; for outdoor lessons trainers or plimsolls. The children will be told if any other footwear such as football boots are required.

Years 3 – 6 will need a suitable swimming costume and towel.

09/09/2020   Letter to Y6 Parents - How to apply for Secondary School Place

This letter has been sent out to all Year 6 parents via our email system also.

Dear Parent or Carer,

SECONDARY SCHOOL ADMISSIONS IN SEPTEMBER 2021 – CHILDREN BORN BETWEEN THE DATES OF 01/09/2009 AND 31/08/2010

This letter is to tell you about how to apply for a school place for September 2021. We coordinate admissions within Lincolnshire for all children who are about to start in reception, transfer from infant to junior school, or transfer to a secondary school. Without exception everyone must apply for a school place and follow the procedures set out in the guidance. If you do not currently live in Lincolnshire, you must apply through your own home Local Authority. If they do not send you information about how to do this you will need to contact them.

I’m sure the process will run smoothly for you. If you need help, please remember that the staff at your local school will be glad to assist in any way. You can also contact us via e-mail at schooladmissions@lincolnshire.gov.uk or on the phone number above.

You can apply from 9th September 2020.The vast majority of parents or carers use the online application system, which can be found on our website at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions. Telephone support is available to help you with applying online. If you do not have a computer you can use most mobile devices and libraries have computers with free internet access.

You will have six weeks to complete your application and send it back to us. Normally during this time the secondary schools will have their open evenings, although some have them earlier before the children break up for the summer holiday. If these are still happening in this current climate, schools will usually advertise these on their website and in the local press. We encourage everyone to go along and visit the schools, ask questions and pick up a school prospectus. You can ask for a copy of the admission policy also while you are there.

You can apply for up to three different schools and we strongly recommend you do list three schools in the priority order that you would want to be offered. You will only receive one offer of a school place and if we can offer your highest preference school we will do.

If your child has an Education Health and Care Plan, you do not need to apply for a secondary school place using this process. You will be contacted by your caseworker in the Autumn term when you will have the opportunity to say which secondary school you would like your child to attend.

If you think you might like to apply for your child to go to a grammar school you will need to arrange for them to sit the 11+ selection tests. If you have not already arranged this you should contact the grammar school direct. The results are posted out on 21 October, before our deadline of 31 October and this should help you decide whether to apply for a grammar school or not.

If your child is currently working outside of their date of birth cohort i.e. they have been held back a year or moved forward a year, please contact us for further advice on the phone number above or e-mail:- schooladmissions@lincolnshire.gov.uk. You should still apply with your correct cohort.

If you require support with your online application or want to make a telephone application please call the Education Team on 01522 782030.

Lots of guidance and advice is available online at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions. It is important to read this very carefully so that you understand how we will deal with your application. On our website you will find lots of information about the co-ordinated admissions process as well as links to schools' websites, Ofsted reports, school performance information and lots more. Make sure you have all the information you need before you fill in your application.

In addition there is also the ‘Going to Secondary School in Lincolnshire’ booklet available on our website which contains information about the admissions process and details about all Lincolnshire schools which you may find useful.

It is important that we receive your application by the closing date 31 October 2020. If you apply after this date we cannot guarantee that your application will be considered along with all others for the national offer date of 1st March.

Please make sure we have your correct address. You must apply using the address where you and your child are living at the time of the application; using any other address might be considered "misleading" and could lead to an offered place being withdrawn. If your family circumstances are such that you are unsure whether you can apply based on an address please email us for advice. If you move house at any time after you have made your application, you must let us know and provide proof that you are resident in your new address, otherwise your old address may continue to be used.

HOME TO SCHOOL TRANSPORT

If home to school transport is an important factor in your decision about your preferred school, please take the time to read the information on the Local Authority's website at:

www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/schools-and-education/school-and-college-transport before completing your application. You can also contact the School Transport team on 01522 782020 for further information.

After you receive your offer of a school place in March you can apply for home to school transport.

Yours sincerely

School Admissions

07/09/2020   Welcome Back - Message from Mrs Wheatley

Welcome Back

Dear Parent and Carers,

Welcome to the start of a new academic year.

Considering the many changes that we have had to make to keep us as safe as possible, the children have adapted well and are settling into their new classes.

However, it remains a difficult time for us all. Some decisions we are making are limited in order to account for our ‘bubble’ system, and I thank you for supporting us in any changes that we have made.

One concern is the crowding at the gates. If you are not already, please could you support us further by:

- social distancing at the school gates

- wearing a mask at the school gates

- arriving at school at your designated time.

the above will help us in minimising the risk of contamination; we really don’t want another lockdown. Thank you to those of you who are already doing this.

If you have any queries or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the school office by phone or e-mail.

Thank you, again, for your patience and understanding.

Yours faithfully,

Mrs Wheatley

Headteacher

04/09/2020   Opening and Closing Times - From September 2020

Our School office is open from 8.30am to 3.30pm. Please ensure you come to the office before collecting your child from school as we are only allowing one person in the office at a time. 

If you wish to speak to a member of staff after 3.30pm, you will need to call and arrange an appointment.

If there are any forms you wish to request, please do so by telephone and we shall send these home with your child.

24/08/2020   School Transport Information - September 2020

Important information regarding School transport from September 2020 - Please read here

 

21/07/2020   Home School Agreement - September 2020

Bishop King Home School Agreement - September 2020

School

Parent/Carer

Child

The school will do its best to:

  • Provide an environment which has been risk assessed in response to the COVID-19 infection and Local Authority Risk assessment;

 To help my child at school, I know and understand that:

  • If my child, or anyone in my household, shows symptoms of COVID-19, I will not send them to school, we will self-isolate for 14 days as a family, I will get them tested and I will let the school know as soon as possible via telephone;

I will do my best to:

  • Follow the ‘family group’ rules that keep me safe;

  • Adhere to the social distancing rules as set out by the government as much as we reasonably can;

  • If my child shows symptoms of COVID-19 at school, I will collect my child from school immediately. I will get them tested and I will let the school know as soon as possible via telephone;

  • Wash my hands as soon as I enter to school;

  • Provide a curriculum that meets the needs of your child’s well-being, mental health and academic needs;

  • My child will not be allowed to walk to, or from, school unsupervised. On my commute, and when dropping my child off and picking them up, I will adhere to the two metres social distancing rules; 

  • Not bring in a bike or scooter to school;

  • Contact parents/carers if your child displays symptoms of COVID-19;

  • When dropping off and picking up, I will stick to the school timings for my child;

  • Tell an adult if I feel unwell;

  • Inform you if staff or children in your child’s ‘family group’ test positive for COVID-19 as this will mean you will all need to self-isolate for at least 14 days. We will follow advice given from Public Health England;

  • If I am late for a drop off/collection, I understand that I may need to wait as other groups of children will be dropped off/collected at different times;

  • Not bring things into school from home, or take things home from school;

  • Continue our clear and consistent approach to rewards and sanctions for children as set out in the Behaviour Policy as well the expectations outlines in this agreement;

  • When dropping off my child, I will stand behind the blue/red line and follow the guidelines given to me by the school’s staff;

  • Only use my own equipment that is given to me by school, e.g. pencil, ruler;

  • Communicate between home and school through notices, newsletters, email and the school website.

  • I will leave the school grounds as swiftly and as safely as possible to ensure as few people are on site as possible;

  • Not mix with any other children in the school;

 

    

  • My child will not bring any items into school with them or take items home from school, including fabric bags and mobile phones;

  • Only enter and exit the school building from the designated gate, and at the designated time;

  • I will only be able to make appointments to talk to my child’s teacher via the phone;

  • Follow the “catch it, bin it, kill it” rules: by coughing and sneezing into my elbow or tissue;

  • I need to support all staff in their efforts to create an ‘as safe as possible’ environment during this time;

  • Regularly wash my hands using soap and water for 20 seconds each time;

  • I will read all letters/messages/emails that are sent home;

  • Follow the rules at all times to maintain the safety of myself and others;

  • I will inform the school of any changes to parents/carer and emergency contacts details;

  • Follow these expectations and know that if I don’t, I will be sent home and will not be able to come back into school until I can be safe.    

  • I will follow social distancing rules at all times and ensure that my child follows social distancing rules outside of school to help prevent virus transmission

 

 

  • My child will come to school in full Bishop King uniform, including black shoes;

  • If my child is deemed unsafe, he/she will be sent home and cannot return to school until they can be safe.

 

COVID-19
Home School Agreement 

 

 

September 2020

 

 

Please read this through carefully and talk to your child about the thingsthat are changing to help prepare them to come back to school.

 

Check if you have Coronavirus symptoms


The symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are usually mild, but some people can become very unwell.

The main symptoms of coronavirus are:


• high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)


• new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)


• loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal


Most people with coronavirus have at least one of these symptoms.

Urgent advice: Use the 111 online coronavirus service if you have any of:


• high temperature
• new, continuous cough
• loss or change to your sense of smell or taste


111 will tell you what to do and help you get a test if you need one.


Call 111 if you cannot get help online.


Do not go to places like a GP surgery, hospital or pharmacy.

 

 

15/07/2020   Information on our new payment system WisePay coming November 2020!

We are pleased to tell you that Bishop King will be using WisePay from November 2020

(We will update this further with help for how to use and so on, once we have a confirmed date)

WisePay is a secure online payment service which allows parents and guardians to make payments via debit/credit card for school meals, trips and much more.

Please be aware that our prices for school meals have been amended to improve our current systems;

KS2 - £2.30 per day / £11.50 per week

Nursery - £1.60 per day / £8 per week

If you think your child may be eligible for free school meals, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

12/06/2020   School Opening Update Letter

Dear Parents and Carers 

(Update: 12.6.20)

We are reopening school on Monday 15th June to those children who received an e-mail (4.6.20) inviting them back into school. 

From Monday, we will start our ‘bubble’ system where groups will be confined to allocated areas, and will not mix with other children. Should there be any other COVID-19 cases, then only the affected group(s) will be sent home for self-isolation. 

Further safety measures are now in place. There will be additional adults at the gates to meet you, and to check your child is at the right entrance. You must be prompt, as all groups have designated opening and closing times. 

Please do not come to school if you didn’t receive an invitation e mail. 

If you no longer require your child to return to school, please let us know via enquiries@bishopking.lincs.sch.uk 

Teachers will continue to send school work to all children on the weekly class newsletter.

Thank you for your patience and continued support.

Mrs Wheatley

Headteacher

 

07/06/2020   Important statement regarding school closure from Mrs Wheatley

Due to two staff members being tested positive for Covid-19 and in line with guidance from Public Health England (PHE), we have risk-assessed our school and for the safety of our children, families and staff, we have made the difficult decision to close our school site to everyone for the week beginning 8th June 2020.
 
We hope to re-open the site on Monday 15th June for those pupils who have received invitation letters to return. 
 
We will keep you updated.
 

21/05/2020   Important letter to parents for EYFS, Year 1 and Year 6 children.

Early Years, Year One and Year Six parents    
Dear Parents and Carers, 
Thank you for completing the recent survey on returning to school. The survey is now closed, and pupil numbers have been organised into potential teaching groups. Currently, we cannot plan for any more pupils into school as we don’t have the capacity so please don’t ask us at a later date. 
We expect to open school for Early Years, Year One and Year Six pupils - some time in June - but this will depend on us making our site as safe as we can to cater for the increased number of children and adults returning to school. 
The earliest date we could possibly open for more pupil numbers would be Monday 8th June, but this isn’t guaranteed; we will let you know a definite date once the site work is nearing completion. 
Any plans that we are making will be dependent on the government announcement due to be made on 28th Mayand, therefore, subject to change. 
It is important that you understand:
If your child does return to school some time next term, we will be encouraging all pupils to take safety measures. However, we cannot guarantee complete social distancing due to our pupils’ age and understanding of this strange situation that we are currently living in. 
Thank you for your patience and understanding. 
Yours sincerely, 
Mrs. H. Wheatley M.A.
Headteacher
  
Previous updates: 
Please click here to view the up to date information on our school closure. This page will also be updated regularly.
What's going on? - A free book for our children to explain Covid-19 and social distancing in a child friendly manner.
Coronavirus - NHS 

 

19/05/2020   New Parents - Reception 2020

Our New Parents - Reception 2020 page is now available for our new families.

We will continue to update this page with information to keep you informed and hopefully answer any questions you may have regarding transition to school in September.

Our new starter packs will also be on their way to you.

We are delighted that you have chosen our school and look forward to welcoming you and your child into Bishop King CE Primary School in September 2020.


 

15/05/2020   Important letter to parents for Year 2, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 children.

Dear Parents and Carers, 

 

For parents of children in: Years 2, 3, 4 and 5 

 

You will be aware that schools may reopen, in June, for Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils - if the government thinks it’s safe to do so. 

For those of you who have not been invited back into school – Years 2, 3, 4 and 5 pupils - please be assured that we will continue to keep in touch with you, updating you when necessary. Your child’s class teacher will continue to send you weekly learning through the class newsletters – term time only – and our pastoral team will continue to phone some of you to check on the wellbeing of you and your family. 

In the meantime, the school is still open only for vulnerable pupils and the children of critical workers. We know some employers will be encouraging you to return to work, but we’re not in a position right now to extend places to other children until we receive further government guidance.

The government has said that it hopes for all primary school children to return to school in July. This is not currently feasible and is not guaranteed to happen due to the obvious health and safety implications. However, I will update you, as and when I know more.

Thank you for your continued support in helping your child learn from home.  

 

If you have any questions, please contact us on: enquiries@bishopking.lincs.sch.uk 

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. H Wheatley M.A.

Headteacher

 

15/05/2020   Email to Keyworker and Vulnerable families - Half Term Closure

15th May 2020
Dear Parents/Carers,
 
School will be closed over the May half term week for all children so that we can safely put safety measures in place for the phased return of our children.
 
From the week beginning 1st June, your child can return to school on the agreed days. Please note that your child will not be allowed to mix with any new children who return as we have to keep groups of children separate.
 
Any questions, please contact us on enquiries@bishopking.lincs.sch.uk

13/05/2020   The Joy Foundation

Please see the videos below from the Joy Foundation - They are regular visitors in our school.

The Joy Foundation is a Christian charity, working with children in local schools in Lincoln and beyond. They are passionate about seeing the love of Jesus shown to children through great quality collective worship, extra-curricular clubs and lessons including RE, PSHE, PE and Values.

A message to our children

Be thankful

Easter

Spring has sprung 

Rainbow Thoughts - 20/04/20

Happiness Today - 22/04/20

Challenges - 24/04/20

Working Together - 27/04/20

Stillness - 29/04/20

Good Choices - 01/05/20

Don't Give Up - 04/05/20

Changes - 06/05/20 

Impossible to Possible - 11/05/20

Keep Going - 13/05/20

The Very Best - 15/05/20

You are Special - 18/05/20

None Left Out - 21/05/20

We're All Different - 22/05/20

Shine Like A Star - 01/06/20

The Greatest Gift - 03/06/20

Being Brave - 05/06/20

What A Wonderful World - 08/06/20

A Short Message - 10/06/20 

The Ice Cream Message - 12/06/20

The Greatest Gift - Part 2 - 15/06/20

Actions Speak Louder Than Words - 17/06/20

Small Things - 19/06/20

Sign Of The Times - 22/06/2020

The Golden Rule - 24/06/20

The Colours of Life - 26/06/20

Important People - 29/06/20

We Are A Team - 01/07/20

Who Is Number One - 03/07/20

Hats - 06/07/20

Sports Day - 08/07/20

08/05/2020   First News - Online Edition

First News - 27th March to 2nd April 2020

First News - 3rd April to 9th April 2020

First News - 10th April to 17th April 2020

First News - 20th April to 23rd April 2020

First News - 24th April to 30th April 2020

First News - 1st May to 7th May 2020

First News - 8th May to 14th May 2020

First News - 15th May to 21st May 2020

First News - 22nd May to 28th May 2020

First News - 29th May to 4th June 2020

First News - 12th June to 18th June 2020

First News - 19th June to 25th June 2020

30/04/2020   Bishop King Lockdown Video - To you from us!

A wonderful video specially made for all our friends and families from everyone at Bishop King Primary School - We are all missing you!!
Stay safe. Be kind. Stay home. 

 

20/04/2020   Lincolnshire Police - Domestic Abuse Advice

 

  

Lincolnshire Police News - More Information

01/04/2020   Reminder on how to keep your child safe online

Just a reminder how to keep your child safe online, here is a link for parents: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents

01/04/2020   Your child may be entitled to Free School Meals - How to apply.

Your child may be eligible for Free School Meals if you get any of the following:

  • Income Support
  • income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • the guaranteed element of Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)
  • Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit - if you apply on or after 1 April 2018 your household income must be less than £7,400 a year (after tax and not including any benefits you get)

How to apply - 

  • Go to www.lincolnshire.gov.uk
  • Find the ‘Schools and education’ section
  • Under heading ‘School and pupil support’ click on ‘Apply for free school meals’
  • You will be taken to the 'Parent Portal' page - Here you will be required to create account or sign in if you already have a log in.
  • Once you have created an account you will receive an email - click on the verification link in the email.
  • You can now apply by following the instructions on the 'Parent Portal'

27/03/2020   Easter Competition - Facebook & Twitter

If you would like to enter our Easter Competition please see our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Closing date is Sunday 12th April 2020 and winner will be annouced Monday 13th. Prize will be presented once we return to school.

Have fun!!

25/03/2020   Scam around Free School Meals - Please read

Scam around Free School Meals

Some schools have reported that parents and carers of children in receipt of free school meals are being targeted by fraudsters. Fraudsters are targeting families, emailing parents and carers with messages such as;

‘ If your child is entitled to free school meals send your bank details to the school and they will help with funding while the school is closed’

The email contains links for the parents to follow if they want to receive this funding – these links are fake. This is a scam.

Please be vigilant. All correspondance from our school via email and text will be clearly identified.

19/03/2020   School will be closed from Monday 23rd March

11/03/2020   Sport Relief 2020 - Golden Mile at LCFC

09/03/2020   Parent View - OFSTED Questionnaire

Please share your views on our school with OFSTED by following the link below to the Parent View website. 

https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

09/03/2020   Menu for our 'Easter Egg-stravaganza' - Thursday 2nd April 2020

Our menu has now been sent out for the Easter themed lunch on Thursday 2nd April 2020.

Please ensure the menu is returned to the school office by Monday 23rd March.

05/03/2020   World Book Day - 5th March 2020

On Thursday 5th March, we will be celebrating World Book Day. 

To celebrate the children's love for reading, we invite your child to come to school dressed as a character from a book. We do not want you to spend lots of money buying a costume; homemade costumes are much more creative and fun! If you don’t manage to sort out a costume, then non-uniform is fine for the day.

During the day, we will be engaging in exciting reading activities, a teacher swap and of course, lots of reading for pleasure! Your child will also receive a £1 book voucher to be used in participating stores: 

  • Sainsbury’s
  • Tesco
  • Waterstones
  • WHSmith

Please continue to share stories with your children any time of the day - from breakfast to bedtime. Let’s get our children passionate about books!

 

06/02/2020   Would you like to improve your English skills? Free English Classes at Bracebridge Infants and Nursery School

19/12/2019   Santa Fun Run - Thursday 19th December 2019

13/12/2019   Christmas Jumper Day 13th December 2019 - Donations would be greatly received

05/12/2019   Is your child due to start school in September 2020? - Reception Festive Fun Open Mornings

29/11/2019   Silly Sock Day (non-uniform day) - 29th November 2019

25/11/2019   Reading Breakfast - Monday 9th December 2019

21/11/2019   World Hello Day - 21st November 2019

You are invited to celebrate World Hello Day with us on Thursday 21st November 2019.

Please see below for individual class timings.

 

15/11/2019   Children In Need - 15th November 2019

31/10/2019   Poppy Appeal - Items available now from our Tuck shop or School Office

We have some exciting stationary and other items available to support the Poppy Appeal - These will be available at our tuck shop or from the school office each day from 3pm.

Rubbers, Pencils, Pencil Sharpeners and Keyrings all 50p.

Rulers and Wrist Bands are £1.
  

 

     

 

18/10/2019   Harvest Festival 2019

The Collective Worship Council led us in our Harvest Festival celebration which linked well with our value of the term Koinonia. The food was blessed by Father Jim and all donations went to the Lincolnshire Community Larder to help people within Lincoln.

Harvest Festival Gallery

01/10/2019   Conversation Club - Every Tuesday 10am to 12pm

Do you speak a second language? Would you like to practise your speaking skills and meet others?

Come and join our Conversation Club.

 

24/09/2019   New Autumn Menu - Available from the 29th October 2019

Our new autumn menu has now been handed out to all pupils.

If your child would like to continue with school meals after half term or if your child would like to start having school meals then please return their menu to the school office by Friday 11th October.

 

19/09/2019   Aldi - Kit for Schools

We are collecting Team GB stickers from Aldi. If you would like to help us collect these we will happily receive them in the school office.

For more information visit: https://www.aldi.co.uk/kitforschools

Thank you