You will have all received many emails about the new online payment system for school meals being introduced from Monday 25th June. This system will also be the only way for you to pay for school snacks from Monday 25th and from September the only way school will be able to send out messages to you.
At times we need to send out important messages to all parents and unless everyone signs up to the new system (regardless of whether you will be using the system to pay for meals or snacks) these messages will not get to you.
If you have signed up, we apologise for these emails, but there are still over 50 families that have not activated their accounts. We can see this causing problems for them next week, especially if their children want snacks and won’t be able to have one because no money will be taken by the kitchen staff from Monday.
We are also planning to use this system in the future to take payments for trips, residentials and tickets for Christmas performances, so it is vital everyone signs up.
PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL OFFICE IMMEDIATELY IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR ACTIVATION LETTER, as these were sent out to all parents/guardians before the half term holidays.
Thank you for your continued support
Mr C J Short – Head Learner
Two of our e-safety team attended the Cheshire Police HQs to receive our award for winning the E-Safety radio advert competition.
****The only classes affected are Reception and Year 4 – ALL OTHER CLASSES WILL CONTINUE AS NORMAL TODAY***
School has suffered a minor flood this morning, the cause has been identified and it is now contained, but the flood has affected both Reception and Year 4 classrooms. We will be able to take the children in today, but if it is possible to keep your child at home for today that would be appreciated.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support.
We are very proud to announce that we have been chosen as the primary school winners for the Cheshire Police E-safety radio advert competition. As you will know we asked you all to listen to the advert on YouTube recently, unfortunately we came fourth in that part of the competition, but we did received nearly 2500 hits – which is amazing for a one form entry primary school (the winners were Bridgewater High School, who got just over 3000 hits).
The second part of the competition (the important bit) was to choose the best adverts and this is where our E-Safety team wowed the judges with their entry. The school will be going over the the Police HQ in Winsford after the half term break to received their prize. Well done to all those involved.