Please see below a letter from Mrs MacDonald
Dear Parents and Carers,
If you believe to be a ‘Critical Worker’ would you please complete the form below and return today at 12 pm. Paper copies will be available at the school office if you would like to complete one this morning.
‘that the fewer the children making the journey to school, and the fewer children in educational settings, the lower the risk that the virus can spread and infect vulnerable individuals in wider society.’ GOV.UK 20th March 2020
Please see below further information regarding home-schooling, thank you.
Please read the below letter regarding school closure, thank you.
Thursday 5th March is World Book Day, and to celebrate sharing books and stories, we’ll be celebrating in a number of different ways, and would love you to join in.
The Great Bookish Bake-Off
Children’s books from The Faraway Tree to Harry Potter, The Hungry Caterpillar to The Great Chocoplot are packed with delicious delicacies to tempt our taste buds. We would love to create a book-based cake inspired by your favourite book. Whether it’s all about the decoration, or trying to recreate a famous treat we’ll be looking for creativity and originality, visual impact and relevance to your chosen book. After last year’s amazing entries, we’re really excited to see what you can come up with this year. Miss Roberts has already shown me her bake, can you guess which book character it is?
All entries will be sold in The Barn at the end of the school day to raise funds to buy new library books.
There is nothing better than settling down with someone to share a story at bedtime, so please remember to come to school in your pyjamas and bring your favourite book with you to share with your friends. Please remember, you need to come to school in sensible footwear and must have outdoor shoes for playtimes.
The Big Read
We are also inviting parents/carers to come in to your child’s class at 3.00pm to share stories at the end of our school day.The gates will be unlocked at 2.55pm. Please line up and sign in to go to your youngest child’s class (older siblings will join your there), to join in with our Big Read.
For safeguarding purposes, we will need to close and lock the gate again at 3.00pm, and unfortunately will not be able to let parents in through the main office.
We look forward to seeing you on World Book Day.
Friends of Cannon Park would like to share two Christmas events coming soon: