Please see letter that is going home tonight.
We have been made aware of the following offer from George at ASDA regarding school wear,
George at Asda launches schoolwear for children with specific needs – including autism
8 in 10 parents of children with specific needs say that it is difficult to get their children dressed every day.
George at Asda has become the first supermarket in the UK to sell school clothing designed for children with specific or sensory-sensitive needs, such as autism. The new range is called Easy On Easy Wear and it’s available to buy now. In designing these garments, Asda says they’ve ‘undertaken extensive research with customers and charities to ensure our clothing is suitable.’ Their new range is designed to help those with specific needs and their parents, as Asda found that nine in 10 parents say they get ‘distressed or upset’ when trying to either dress their children or watch them do so themselves.
Please see the letter that has gone out regarding contacting the school over the holidays if you or others in your family have a positive test.
Please see the information below regarding childhood immunisations
Please see the letter that was sent home this evening, Thursday 11th March 2021.
Letter to all Parents/Carers
After the government announcement last week, Walworth will be open to ALL pupils from Monday 8th March. Taxi’s are being sorted and staff preparing everything ready for everyone. The site will still be following the COVID protocols such as social distancing and hand washing.
We suggest you start preparing the children for next Monday. Think about routines etc that you might want to start getting back into such as meal times and bed times. This can only help, in what will be a shock to the system to all involved.
If you have any concerns regarding the return then please contact school to discuss.
See you all soon.
Please see attached letter regarding a change to World Book Day.
We hope you have managed with Purple Mash over these first 2 weeks. Just a reminder that next week is half term so no new work will be allocated. New work will be set form Monday 22nd February.
Please find a letter that has been sent home for those children attending school.
This is guidance of what to do if your child displays symptoms during the half term break.