This Week's Newsletter

Dear Parent/Guardian,

I’d like to thank you all for your support over the past half term, it has been so lovely returning to face to face learning and having our school community working together. Unfortunately COVID-19 hasn’t gone away, both pupils, parents and staff have been struck by this awful virus. I’d like to wish you all a very happy and healthy half term, however, please be mindful that on return to school your child is not displaying symptoms of COVID-19. If in doubt please get a PCR test. Keep Safe!

Miss Rutledge and the Staff at Mount Pleasant

INSET DAY - FRIDAY 22nd October

school closed to pupils.

 

HALF TERM  Monday 25th – Friday 29th October

School re-opens Monday 1st November

 

THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL

From Monday 1st November we are helping the Poppy Appeal by selling a variety of Poppy products.  Slap bands £1 each everything else a 50p donation.

 

CHILDREN IN NEED – FRIDAY 19TH NOVEMBER

Pupils can wear their pyjamas or children in need memorabilia and bring in £1 for children in need.

 

MONDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2021 – Due to The Queens Platinum Jubilee 2022, the school will be closed to pupils and staff on Monday 29th November in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee.

 

Covid 19

I ask all families to work with school to make sure we can operate fully and keep school a safe environment. Please help us do this by making sure you contact school immediately if there is a case of COVID-19 in your household. Please email mountpleasant.primary@newport.gov.uk to support us with the ‘warn and inform’ process. By doing this staff will be able to look out for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 within our school community and act accordingly. 

Please help us operate fully and keep COVID-19 out of our school. It is important we all fully understand that any student or staff member with any of the three symptoms of COVID-19 e.g. new persistent cough, fever and/or loss of taste or smell, should not attend school but should self-isolate, arrange a PCR test and notify the school of this. We are asking all families to take a cautious approach.