IMPORTANT REMINDERS REGARDING PACKED LUNCHES AND SNACKS
Remember that we are a NUT FREE SCHOOL – no products containing nuts should be sent to school. Packed lunches should include healthy items (no chocolate bars etc.) and only fruit is allowed as a playtime snack.
Laureate Academy Dance Team
11th November 2022
Our team of pupils from Rabbits, Merlins and Goldfinches came third in the Forest Heath cheerleading and dance competition earlier this week, with a special award for best choreography!
All of the other schools were highly praising the performance of the children, so Miss Harvey was very proud of them all!
Covid-19 Risk Assessment – updated 28th February 2022
3rd March 2022
Please see attached pdf with our updated risk assessment.
Are you entitled to free school meals?
11th February 2022
Please see attached booklet
A significant number of parents have not yet booked their virtual parents’ evening appointment with their child’s class teacher. In case you missed it last week, attached with this newsletter is a letter confirming the virtual parents’ evening arrangements, and an information sheet explaining how to book and attend your appointment.
If you require any help with this, please speak to your child’s class teacher or a member of the office team.
It is vital that all parents attend a meeting to discuss their child’s learning and progress.
Road Safety Week This week is Road Safety Week, and we are celebrating Road Safety Heroes. A Road Safety Hero is a person who helps and assists others to use the road safely. Throughout the week, we have led assemblies for all children and completed a demonstration with Year 6 to educate them about the safest way to cross a road.
Our request to you, parents and carers of Laureate, is that you be your child(ren)’s Road Safety Hero. You can achieve this by: –
Always hold their hands when they are near the roads and when they cross the road.
Help them to recognise the safest place to cross.
Help them to ride their bikes/scooters in safe places, wear helmets and dismount their bikes/scooters before they cross the road or when they are near a horse.
Make sure they walk across the road, not run.
Most importantly, please help us practise ‘Think, Stop, Look and Listen. Wait. When safe, cross’.
The Junior Road Safety Officers (Oliver, Edi and Brianne)