Back to School

We are preparing to welcome back the first year groups to school in line with guidance from the Government which, they have made clear, will be a cautious, phased return of some children based on the best scientific and medical advice that it is safe to open.

 

Following the extensive guidance from the Department for Education, we have been working hard to prepare for the safety and welfare of our pupils and staff.

 

Returning to school is a process that will take many weeks. We cannot predict in advance what it will look like. We understand that some of the arrangements may prove to be challenging for parents and that most parents are eager for a return to the full timetable. However, our first duty must be to comply fully with government directives and not contribute, חס וחלילה to the spread of the Coronavirus.

 

The health and safety of our staff and pupils is extremely important to us. Parental cooperation is critical in ensuring that we are able to facilitate a smooth and safe transition back to school. Please take the time to read the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) carefully. Some of the answers are repeated in different questions.

Nursery

On the first day back, please can girls bring to school:

  • A full set of spare clothes in a bag - Important, as we won’t be able to give them anything else if they have an accident. 

  • Pencil case with crayons/felt-tips, glue, scissors. 

Every day, please can girls bring to school:

  • ​Fruit or veg, packed lunch and a water bottle, in a disposable bag.

Reception

Distance Learning work packs for Monday and Tuesday will have been given to the girls in school, on Friday 26th June.

Year 1

  1. Pupils need to bring in:

  • One fruit for the morning break. This should be a fruit that is easy for your daughter to eat independently.

  • A pencil case labelled with her name. 

       The pencil case should contain:  Two pencils, Pen, Eraser,                           Sharpener, Scissors, Pritt Stick, Pencil Colours, 

       Small tub of play dough

  • A lunch box if they are eating homemade packed lunches

  • Water bottles should be brought into school on a Monday and can stay in school and then be taken home on a Friday.

       Water bottles should be labelled with your child’s name.

Year 2

  1. Pupils need to bring in:

  • One fruit for the morning break. This should be a fruit that is easy for your daughter to eat independently.

  • A pencil case labelled with her name. 

       The pencil case should contain:  Two pencils, Pen, Eraser,                            Sharpener, Scissors, Pritt Stick, Pencil Colours, 

        Small tub of play dough

  • A lunch box if they are eating homemade packed lunches

  • Water bottles should be brought into school on a Monday and can stay in school and then be taken home on a Friday.

       Water bottles should be labelled with your child’s name.

Year 3

  1. There will not be lunch in school, girls should bring in a snack for morning break.

  2. Pupils need to bring in: 

•  A full pencil case (labelled with their name). This includes pencils,              ruler, glue, scissors and pencil colours. 
•  A bottle of water and snack.
•  A bag to take home their books, work and additional things in school. 
•  Optional - pupils can bring in work they would like to show us (not          too much as this will be heavy for them to carry.) 

Year 4

1.    There will not be lunch in school, girls should bring in a snack for morning break

2.    The girls will need the following resources:
•    A big bag to take all their school work and books home in 
•    A fully stocked, labelled pencil case containing:
      pen, pencil, rubber, coloured pencils/felt-tips, scissors, glue, ruler,            sharpener

3.    Any school library books you have at home must be brought in on the first day.
 

Year 5

  1. There will not be lunch in school, girls should bring in a snack for morning break

  2. The girls will need the following resources, which should be contained in a pencil case or ziploc bag with their name clearly labelled on it:

       2 pencils, 2 pens, (handwriting), rubber, glue stick, set of colours               and/or fine liners, scissors, ruler, pencil sharpener

Year 6

Coming Soon...

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Ano ang Lista?


Ang Lista ay isang mobile app na ginawa para matulungan ang bawa't Filipino business owner na palaguin ang kanilang kita. Ang mga features ng Lista ay ang sumusunod: -Cashflow monitoring o paglista ng pagpasok at paglabas ng pera
-Customer transactions o paglista ng utang at pagbayad ng customers mo
-Payment Reminders o pag papadala ng SMS o message sa FB upang ipaalala sa customer ang schedule ng pagbayad ng utang nila.




Paano ako makakakuha Lista app?


Ang Lista ay available sa android phones. Maaari itong i-download sa link na ito: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.listaPh




Kailangan ba ng internet bago magamit ang Lista?


Oo, kailangan ng internet data para madownload at magamig ang Lista. Pero huwag mag alala dahil mababa naman ang data consumption ng app na ito.




May bayad ba ang pag gamit ng Lista?


Ang pag download at pag gamit ng Lista ay libre.




Puwede ba ako mag dagdag ng madaming business sa Lista?


Oo, puwede ka mag dagdag ng hanggang sampung business sa mobile app.




Gaano ka-secure ang pag gamit ng Lista?


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Please select questions from the two categories below - we advise all parents to read all questions

 

Supporting Your Child in Her Return to School

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