Latest News Updates
REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL
PART 1: REMEMBRANCE Although we are unable to join the village community in our traditional manner, we are proud that Oliver and Edward in Y6 have contributed a poem and a solo rendition of We’ll Meet Again for the online Church service on Wednesday 11th November. You can access this through the St Peter’s Facebook link and...
Dear Parents We would like to invite you to the Abbey Gates PTA Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday 13th November at 2pm, here is the link (http://tiny.cc/pao1tz). Due to current restrictions, this meeting will take place by Zoom / MS Teams. During the meeting, the treasurer will present the annual financial report, the current committee will...
Newsletter - 5th November 2020
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Newsletter - October Update
Dear Parents PARENT’S MEETINGS We are so looking forward to sharing your child’s progress with you. Teachers are allocating call times and will alert you when your child’s “mini-report” is available on tapestry (FS) or OneNote (KS1/2). Please remember that we can call one parent per child at this time and ask...
Home Learning Plan
Dear Parents, The information below is intended to outline what will happen if a bubble closes due to a confirmed case of COVID19. Abbey Gates will provide links to appropriate remote learning for pupils that are not able to attend school so children can continue to access education from home. The following gives an outline of the provision that...
Newsletter - 29th September 2020
Dear Parents THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT…. Well that’s how it feels in school at the moment. Yes, we are having to adapt but the bottom line is that our/your children are in school! Drop off and pick up is different but the children are safe, happy and learning Reading books are quarantined for a while but...
Autumn/Winter 2020 - 2021 Flu Vaccinations
School Aged Immunisation Service Stapleford Primary Care Centre Church Street Stapleford NG9 8DB 07920 182032 [email protected] Dear Parent/Guardian, It is time for your child’s yearly flu vaccination! School Years: Reception, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 (children born between 01.09.2009 and 31.08.2016) Why get your child vaccinated? It helps keep your child safe from flu. Flu can be a nasty illness and sometimes...
Letter to Parents from Public Health England
Medicines in School
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Medicines in School (full policy on website) The school acknowledges that parents and carers have prime responsibility for their child’s health and should provide us with information about their child’s medical condition when appropriate. There is no legal duty, which requires school staff to administer medication; this is a voluntary role at a school...
IMPORTANT: Changes to KS2 Access/Egress Points WEF Monday 14th September
CHANGES TO KS2 ACCESS/EGRESS POINTS from MONDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 2020 We are continually reviewing our practice to ensure safety and have been concerned about safety in the village hall car park before and after school (a few parents have mentioned this also). Due to these concerns we are changing the access/egress gates for years 3 and 5 with effect from Monday 14...