Friday

Good afternoon all, to clarify the Friday plans routine

Sorry about the confusion.

Friday 25th September

Year 3 1:00

Year 6 1:05

Year 5 1:10

Year 4 1:15

Friday 2nd October, Friday 9th October, Friday 16th October

Year 3 1:30

Year 6 1: 35 They will come out as soon as Year 3 have departed.

Year 5 1:37 They will come out as soon as Year 6 have departed.

Year 4 1:40 They will come out as soon as Year 5 have departed.

Friday 23rd PD day school closed.

Rule of 6 LAW

We have just been informed by the police that they will be breaking up groups of 6 or more outside school gates and fining each person £200.

I am pleased with how we are wating out side with both gates, but please make sure that you are maintaining distancing.

Important Update

Please see important letter from us inc. details about continuing Friday Deep Clean. We will text it out too ASAP.

Friday Deep Clean

The deep clean on a Friday has been essential for maintaining school hygiene and will need to continue up to half term. Our cleaners do have second jobs that start after their shift here, so they have to start earlier to complete this full-scale task. Cleaners have also further increased cleaning in the week to ensure a very clean school for your child each morning. We aim to be back to normal finishing times after half term.

Every Friday a challenge activity will be provided by Mr Fox and work to complete at home is available on See Saw. This is a difficult decision but one that allows us to fully support your child and our valuable staff, and is just one of the ways in which we keep us all safe. Please be assured learning time is made up in the week through earlier starts and shorter lunch breaks.

Friday PM finish (please note change in times)

Year 3 1:30

Year 4 1:40 They will come out as soon as Year 5 have departed.

Year 5 1:37 They will come out as soon as Year 6 have departed.

Year 6 1: 35 They will come out as soon as Year 3 have departed.

On Friday 23rd, the school is closed for a PD day. We will review our procedures the week before half term and let you know the next steps in our Risk Assessment guidelines.

Mr Fox

Update Sept 23.pdf

ESOL and thank you

Please find attached the promotional poster for the ESOL course in Donnington, places are still available. Learners must be aged 19 or over to be eligible for this course.

The course is free if the learner is:

  • Unemployed
  • or employed and earns less than £17,004 annual gross salary, earns more than £17,004 the course is part funded by the government and the learner will be required to make a contribution of £40. We also operate a fee remission policy, so if the leaner earns more than £17,004 per year but still cannot afford to pay support can be applied for. This may mean the course fee will be waivered.

The following links will take learners directly to courses planned in Donnington, http://www.learntelford.ac.uk/CourseSearch?keyword=Donnington

Kind regards

Clare Shirley

Community Learning and Employment Co-ordinator

Education and Skills

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ESOL Donnington Sept 2000.docx

well-being survey

As part of our recovery curriculum we have surveyed Year 4 5 and 6 about their experiences of lockdown and coming back. With these results we are now tailoring our PHSE and Mental health and well being offer to tackle the key areas, so as individual and some as groups.

We have also completed a wider pupil voice survey we will share with you soon.

Thank you,

Mr Fox
DWJ KS2 Well-being Survey.pdf