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There are 43 families who have arrears on ParentPay for services they are either currently using OR used prior to lockdown in March.
It is imperative that you log in and pay for services used before 17th July
We hope you are all well and coping as best you can in these strange times. The last work packs are a ‘challenge’ rather than work and will not be printed for collection. You will find this information on your child’s class page over the coming days, which should be started from Monday 6th July. We would like children to try as much as they wish over the final weeks of term and into the summer holidays.
If you have not yet collected printed work packs they will remain in reception until the Friday 17th July. After this time they will be disposed.
Challenges to expect are:
Mr Dixon’s set of fun tasks…
Miss Waters 2020 year book challenge!
Write a letter for the Covid-19 Time Capsule – More details to follow as we are waiting for clarification from Mark Wilkinson and the local MP. Hopefully, before the end of term we will bury the capsule in our school grounds and will return to dig it up in ten years time. All photographs and letters inside it will form part of a history project for the future CJS children in 2030! If your child wants to write a letter it must be sent to school before MONDAY 13TH July – details will be on your child’s class page.
As you are aware, to minimise the risk of infection as we prepare to open to more pupils, we have been providing lunches for the children.
We have had a meeting with Taylor Shaw to expand the food choices available. The changes are as follows:
w/c Monday 15th June – packed lunches as normal (school have purchased additional snacks and crisps).
w/c Monday 22nd June until the end of term – Hot food delivered in a ‘take away’ style carton will be offered. Children must pre-order what they want from the menu the week before and staff will make a note of their order. The choices will be things like pizza and wedges or fish fingers and chips with the alternative being a jacket potato.
If you pay for school meals they will be charged on ParentPay.