Friday 18th June
Children will need to come dressed in their PE kit wearing a t-shirt represents their house colour. Green, Red, Yellow, Blue. No parents due to COVID. Sun cream / sun hat and water bottle needed.
Monday 21st June 9:30 -10.15 am Rec CS
Monday 21st June 1:45 - 2:30 pm Rec CC
Tuesday 22nd June 9:30 - 10.15 am Year 1
Tuesday 22nd June 1:45 - 2:30 pm Year 2
Wednesday 23rd June 9:30 - 10:15am Year 3
Wednesday 23rd June 1:45 - 2:30pm Year 4
Thursday 24th June 9:30 - 10.15 am Year 5
Thursday 24th June 1:45 - 2:30pm Year 6
Friday 25th June 9:30 - 10:15 am Nursery am
Friday 25th June 1:45 - 2:30 pm Nursery pm
APPLYING FOR SCHOOL PLACE IN 2022
Nursery 2022 Apply from 7th July 2021 closing date 15th September 2021
Reception 2022 Apply from 3rd November 2021 closing date 12th January 2022
Secondary 2022 Apply from 22nd September 2021 closing date 24th November 2021
FUN RUN – FRIDAY 2ND JULY
Pupils have been given a sponsor form to bring home today, raising funds for new books.
Entry and Exit to School Site
Please be reminded to arrive at school as near to the times allocated as possible to ease footfall on site. If you have children in different year groups both pupils can enter school at the earlier time and be collected at the earlier time allocated. (Please be mindful this arrangement is only for pupils with siblings who arrive at an earlier time.)
It is essential that pupils do not use the play equipment at the start and end of each day. We ask that you leave the site quickly to prevent the risk of transmission and do not congregate in groups.
Year Group Entry to site time Exit time
Nursery am 9.00 am 11.15am
Nursery pm 1.00 pm 3.15pm
Reception CS/CC 8.50 pm 3.00pm
Year 1 9.10 am 3.20pm
Year 2 9.00 am 3.10pm
Year 3 9.10 am 3.20 pm
Year 4 9.00 am 3.10pm
Year 5 9.10 am 3.20pm
Year 6 8.50 am 3.00pm
∙ Please note parents bringing their children to afternoon Nursery at 1.00pm will need to wait outside the school main gate until a member of staff opens the gates for pupils to enter the site. Please be mindful of social distancing during this time.
∙ No parents/guardians are able to enter the school building for health and safety reasons. If you need to contact the school please either telephone on 01633 894820 or email
∙ Please wear a face mask at all times on school site.
NB: Please do not message school using the DOJO app, always email email@example.com by doing this we can make sure important information isn’t missed. Thank you
Important Information on - Self Isolation for wider symptom testing & community testing
Information for Heads to inform self-isolation procedures for staff and pupils:
1. If a pupil or staff member go for a PCR test because they are experiencing wider symptoms then Newport City Council do not want them to attend school. We cannot legally ask them to self-isolate but we have made a policy decision within the Council that we do not want pupils or staff awaiting a test result attending school.’
2. Information which describes wider community testing. We would be grateful if you can circulate the information below to parents and carers please.
Wider Community Testing.
You may be aware there are now more ways to access Covid-19 testing to help identify cases in your community.
Covid testing for 3 cardinal symptoms
If you identify one or more of the three cardinal symptoms-
New continuous cough
Change or loss of sense of taste or smell
You must book a PCR test and you and your family must isolate immediately until you receive the test result, which is usually within 24 hours. If the result is positive, you and your household must self-isolate for 10 days from the date your symptoms started. You will also be contacted by the local Tracing Team. However, if your result is negative, you can end your self-isolation, when you feel well enough to do so.
2. Covid testing for wider symptoms
The Health board in Gwent is now making testing available for those who identify with one or more of the wider symptoms-
• Flu-like symptoms including aching or painful muscles, excessive tiredness, persistent headache, runny nose or blocked nose, persistent sneezing, sore throat and/or hoarseness, shortness of breath or wheezing
If you consider that you or your family need to book a PCR test for wider symptoms , The Aneurin Bevan University Health Board are operating fourteen testing facilities across the region and getting a test is now quick, easy and convenient with results in most cases returned within 24 hours. Tests can be arranged by phoning 119 or book online: https://gov.wales/getting-tested-coronavirus-covid-19.
If you have one of the wider symptoms then you should stay away from school until receiving your result, which is usually within 24 hours.
If the result is positive, you and your household must self-isolate for 10 days from the date your symptoms started. You will also be contacted by the local Tracing Team. However, if your result is negative, you can return to school or work when you feel well enough to do so.
3. Asymptomatic testing (no symptoms)
Rapid lateral flow tests are for people who do not have coronavirus symptoms.
In Wales, you can get lateral flow tests for you and your household if:
you are a volunteer
you cannot work from home
you are an unpaid carer
If you get tests through your employer or education setting you should continue to do so.
Order rapid lateral flow home test kits on GOV.UK. You can order 1 home testing kit (7 tests) at a time. Delivery takes 1 to 2 days.
You can also collect testing kits in person. Find your nearest collection point and opening times (on nhs.uk). You can collect 2 home testing kits (14 tests) at a time.
You should test twice a week, 3 to 4 days apart. Please report rapid lateral flow test results (on GOV.UK) the day you or someone in your household takes the test.
If your test is positive you should book a PCR test within 24 hours of the positive lateral flow test result.If you develop any symptoms you should book a PCR test even if your lateral flow test result was negative.