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1st March 2024 newsletter

by Aspire / Manaccan

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Newsletter - 1st March 2024
Diary Dates
FORTHCOMING DATES:

Tuesday 5th March 2024 - Pasty Day. Orders are now closed.

Thursday 7th March 2024 - World Book Day - please can children come into school dressed as a character from a book. Could they also bring into school their favourite book for the day to share with their peers.

Friday 8th March 2024 - KS1 Maritime Museum trip

Tuesday 12th March 2024 - Aspire Connect 40 Relay Challenge Day

Friday 15th March 2024 - Comic Relief - Children are invited to come into school in non-school uniform for the day for a small donation.

Friday 22nd March 2024 - KS2 Eden Project trip.

SAILING - YEAR 4, 5 & 6 CHILDREN:

I write to remind you regarding the forthcoming sailing sessions in June 2024. Please see letter that was emailed to you on the 26th February 2024.

Many thanks
Letters and consent forms available via the school office
School Lunches
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School lunches can be booked daily, weekly, monthly or termly on Parent Pay and cost £2.65 per child. If your child is in Year R, 1 or 2 they are entitled to Universal Free school Meals. If you think you may be entitled to Free School Meals click HERE to check your eligibility and make an application.

For more information on school dinners, visit our website HERE.
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Safeguarding
If you are concerned about the physical or mental welfare of a child or young person and you wish to speak to someone about it, you can contact the MARU (Multi-agency Referral Unit) on the following numbers:

Monday to Friday, 9am - 6pm: 0300 123 1116
Evenings & weekends: 01208 251300

Police (Non-emergency): 101

Internet Safety

If you are searching for support and are worried about this being tracked by an abuser in the home, please use a private or incognito tab when browsing as this will not save on your search history.

Domestic Abuse advise - First Light: 0300 777 4777

Support in your area

You can walk into a local BOOTS pharmacy and ask for ‘ANI’ ( Say, “I’m asking for Annie”) or ask to access their ‘Safe Spaces’ where you will get support with domestic abuse. There will be a trained member of staff.
You can also download and access the Bright Sky app safely. This will give you access to a directory of support agencies and help lines.
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