Please find below the ‘Piece of Mind’ (previously Mental Health Support Team) primary summer support offer for parents and caregivers.
Please find our end of year newsletter (July 2021) below:
All pupils have been given a newsletter to bring home with them today (Friday 18th June) from school.
Please see the details for the remainder of summer term in the newsletter below.
The ‘Mental Health Rainbow Guides’ attached below provide a list of national and local services supporting emotional wellbeing and mental health needs of children and young people, adults and education.
If you have any further questions, please contact the school office to speak to our Mental Health Lead, Miss Helen Dobson.
The Governing Body of Tow Law Millennium Primary School currently has a vacancy for a Parent Governor as the term of office of the current Governor Claire Wild has ended. Claire has worked hard as part of the Governing Body during her term of office and we thank her for her support. If any other parents would like to put their names forward for this post please contact the school via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the school to speak to the Headteacher on 01388 730283.
Click the document below for further details.
Please see below a letter outlining home testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) for parents, carers and childcare and support bubbles.
School Meals from Week Commencing 8th March 2021
We will continue to offer one hot main meal per day for the remainder of this term, due to the covid-19 risk assessment and the social distancing of the children in their class bubbles. We will review after Easter in accordance with the Government Guidance on social distancing.
If your child opts out of the meal of the day, they should bring a packed lunch. Fresh fruit is provided daily to all children. We are awaiting the Summer Term Menu from our catering provider, Taylor Shaw, which will come into effect after the Easter Break. Please find below the menu for the next three weeks.
Click the document link below to view the menu.
Please read the following letter below from Richard Crane, Head of Education for DCC. The letter outlines the importance of social distancing at school drop off and pick up times.