Today, parents will receive an email with their child's end of year report and also some additional information about what to expect from school in September. Following DfE guidance (released on 2nd July) we have been busy planning and risk-assessing the full reopening of school in. Parents understandably have lots of questions so information has been compiled in a handbook.
Please refer to the Enred Parents and Carers Guide if you have having any problems with the service or would like further clarification on how to make a claim.
Dear parents and carers,
Please find links below to some key information and dates. There are still lots of unknowns about September and as always, we will await and follow Government guidance on this matter.
I have collated some important dates for the remainder of this term and also an overview of how September may look.
I have also included information regarding our school uniform expectations and how to order this ahead of September.
Stay safe and well,
For the attention of Y5 parents:
Please see the letter attachment below for information about the Grammar Schools application process. If your child is in Y5 and will be moving to secondary school in September 2021, applications are now open and will close on Friday 26th June at 4pm. No late applications will be accepted.
We wish any of our pupils who are applying lots of luck!
The test familiarisation booklet (mentioned in the letter) can be found here:
We are pleased to be able to continue to offer eligible parents and pupils access to free school meals by supplying supermarket eGift cards, that can be spent locally to you.
During the week commencing 22nd June, eligible pupils who are remaining at home will be issued with a £60 eCode, the equivalent of £15 per week, £3 per meal, for 4 weeks.
Your £60 eGift card can be used in multiple transactions and on multiple visits, until you have spent the full value of the eGift card. eCodes can be redeemed online for an eGift card for the supermarket of your choice by visiting freeschoolmeals.co.uk.
Dear Parent / Carer,
We hope that you are staying well during this difficult time. In line with government guidelines we are planning to re-open with new social distancing measures in place to protect our staff and our customers. We look forward to supplying everything you need as early as possible so you can enjoy the rest of the summer knowing that you are ready to go back to school when term starts.
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You will be aware that some Birmingham schools have started reopening to more pupils from this week. The council has been working with schools to agree measures so that more children can begin to go back to school to continue their learning in a safe and gradual way.
The most important principle for us is that the health, safety and welfare of children, staff and our communities is paramount.
Please Click Here to read the full letter.