Translate
Search
School Logo

Cronton Church of England Primary School

Believe Enjoy Succeed Together

Get in touch

Social Media

Announcements

Please make sure you check our newsletter, twitter, Nursery notice board  or Facebook to keep up to date with announcements.  

TAKEN FROM NEWSLETTER

NON UNIFORM DAY

We have been asked by some parents if we could do something for Halloween as the children won’t be able to go trick or treating this year. As a Church of England school we do not celebrate Halloween. However, if children would like to come to school dressed up next Thursday (22/10/2020), we will have a fun afternoon as a reward for the children’s fantastic return to school. Any fancy dress is fine, especially super heroes, magical / mystical, enchanted forest etc. But if you are opting for Halloween we ask nothing too scary to upset our younger children. Please do not feel you need to buy costumes especially, this is only if the children have items and wish to take part.

 

If your child is taking part in this non uniform day please remember that they need clothes they can manage themselves in the toilets and please no laces on their shoes.  

Please limit accessories to a minimum in case they get lost or broken.

Thank You         

TAKEN FROM NEWSLETTER

NON UNIFORM DAY

We have been asked by some parents if we could do something for Halloween as the children won’t be able to go trick or treating this year. As a Church of England school we do not celebrate Halloween. However, if children would like to come to school dressed up next Thursday (22/10/2020), we will have a fun afternoon as a reward for the children’s fantastic return to school. Any fancy dress is fine, especially super heroes, magical / mystical, enchanted forest etc. But if you are opting for Halloween we ask nothing too scary to upset our younger children. Please do not feel you need to buy costumes especially, this is only if the children have items and wish to take part.

 

If your child is taking part in this non uniform day please remember that they need clothes they can manage themselves in the toilets and please no laces on their shoes.  

Please limit accessories to a minimum in case they get lost or broken.

Thank You         

Poppies 

From Monday we will be selling poppies from a table at the front of school. We ask that parents please still adhere to the 2m distance ruling and have their money ready. We suggest a minimum donation of 50p per poppy. We will also have some extra items for sale - we will upload a photo of these onto our Facebook page of what is available and the fixed cost for them (as set by the British Legion). Again, can parents please have their order and money ready so that we can be as quick as possible and other parents are not waiting in line. Thank you for your cooperation in this.

 

 

Harvest Service 

You can find our KS1 and Foundation Harvest Service in the News and Events tab on the main page . 

Harvest 

 

We will be collecting donations for Harvest next week. If you wish to contribute we are collecting for NHS ( all monetary donations should be in an envelope marked with NHS charities)  and we are also collecting  food items for Foodbank. Thank you  

BOOK BAGS AGAIN!

I am so sorry for the confusion over the book bags. I was not in Nursery yesterday afternoon and they were given out by mistake. Some were not fully changed and they should not have gone out until Friday.

However just to clarify this is still the changing week and so you should now keep the bag and bring it back any day NEXT week (12th-16th ).

It has been lovely to see so many things in the busy books and I look forward to seeing some more next week.    

Apologies again Mrs Simm

 

 

30 hour offer 

All day children

Please can you check that you have renewed your entitlement to the 30 hour offer by confirming your details on the Government website. This needs to be done each term or you risk losing your child’s place. You will soon be asked to email school to confirm you have done it for this term.  

 

 

Book bags 

 

Book bags can be brought back any day this week- sorry for any confusion.

Please put them in the blue box in the sheltered area. 

We are celebrating European Day of Languages this Friday

Nursery information

Uniform

Please can you ensure you name all uniform, especially jumpers and coats and also shoes if possible. Please show your child where you have named it and in what sort of label, for example sewn on or written.  This can help them identify their own jumper, even if they can not recognise their name yet. Please can we ask that you check these regularly as iron in labels are prone to falling off and handwritten names can wash out quickly unless in permanent marker.  Please  can you also name the water bottles.  

 

Please remember to bring a coat daily. If you have one of the blue school crested coats, it maybe worth putting a small keyring on the zip too, to help your child recognise it, as they can often get muddled up.

 

Please can full time children have a named bag of clothes ( this does not need to be uniform) on their peg if it is not there already. We do have spare underwear, trousers, shirts and jumpers in school in case of accidents and so there is no need to provide any spares of these items if your child is part time. Part time children share pegs and we do not want them getting muddled up. Please remember to check the peg for any wet clothes to take home.

 

On non uniform days we ask that you continue to follow the Nursery policy of no laces on shoes. Children will be continuing with outdoor and often messy activities so please bear this in mind, when choosing their clothes for non uniform days.  We would hate for an expensive outfit to be ruined. If dresses are worn please explain to the girls that they may be asked not to use some of the equipment, such as the bikes, due to safety.

 

Children can wear their own clothes on their birthday or the nearest school day to it.

 

If you bring hats, gloves, bags, umbrellas etc to school please put them in the boxes provided under the benches. There is a lost property box to check if you are missing anything.

 

 

Stickers and stampers

Some children have been coming home with stampers/stickers. These are not a daily occurrence and if your child does not get one, it does not mean that they have not been good. These are given to encourage behaviour or to reward personal milestones. 

 

Slideshows

Top