On Friday the 23rd October as part of our Harvest festival, we will be having a non-uniform day in aid of the charity ShelterBox. ShelterBox is a charity that provides emergency support, including food and temporary housing for families who have been made homeless. They are currently running an appeal to support people who have been made homeless due to the effects of coronavirus. If you are able, please come in non-uniform and bring £1 to donate to this important charity.
If you would like to find out more about ShelterBox, please visit their website (https://www.shelterbox.org/ )
If you are not sure whether your child should be in school, before ringing school, watch the video below to help you decide what to do next.
Year 6 have been tree planting this week. The tree was donated by Yvonne Abbott, a friend of the school, and a plaque will be donated by the PTFA to remember the Lulworth Class of 2020 and all the challenges they have faced.
We have distributed Primary Times Dorset to families for a number of years now, the aim being to provide details of all the fun, exciting and educational events going on locally during the summer holidays.
This year, things being as they are, we are unable to do so. Instead for the summer we would like to offer parents links to virtual things to do and learning for children.
The contributors will all be from the local community and economy. The idea being to offer a regular update and refreshed information throughout the summer as and when we receive it.
Below is a link for our first E-Newsletter. When you click on the link you can also choose to take up the option to receive future emails direct from us.
Primary Times Team
Thinkuknow has just released the seventh of its online packages with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at home. This week it is all about staying safe whilst live streaming. Click on the following links for the appropriate age group