Please click the link below for our summer term lunch menu.
Easter Holiday activities – Tow Law Community Centre
Please see the posters below for fun and food activities available for children in the Easter holidays at the community centre.
School crossing patrol vacancy
Vacancy – School Crossing Patrol
Durham County Council Road Safety Team are keen to appoint a School Crossing Patrol to a vacancy to work at A68/Wolsingham Road, Tow Law (near Tow Law Millennium Primary)
The hours of duty to be worked each week [term-time only] are:-8.20 – 9.05am 3.00 – 3.30 pm Monday to Friday [1hr 15 mins daily / 6hrs 15 min weekly].
Grade 1 £2,753 (approx.) £10.79 per hour.
Further details of the role and application form are available from the following link https://www.northeastjobs.org.uk/job/School_Crossing_Patrol/239407
Paper application forms are also available by contacting the Payroll and Employee Services Team on telephone no. 03000 264469/266838 or email PESREG@durham.gov.uk
Interested applicants can contact the Road Safety Team for an informal discussion on 03000 268171.
Closing Date for applications is 5 March 2023
Spring/Summer dinner menu
Please find below the spring/summer dinner menu.
Price change for school meals
Dear Parent / Carer
Please see below a message from Durham County Council regarding the change in the price of school meals from Monday 27th February.
If you think you may be eligible for Free School Meals, please call in at the office for the appropriate form and we can check this for you.
If you have any questions, please contact the school.
Tow Law Millennium Primary School
Dear Parent or Carer,
With the continual challenges we are facing in terms of inflation and energy and to ensure a sustainable and nutritious meal is provided to the Children, it has been necessary to agree a price increase in relation to the Primary School meal.
From Monday 27th February (following the half-term break) a school meal will cost £2.41 per day. From September 2023 meals will increase to £2.50 per day with this rate fixed until April 2024.
The meals are freshly produced on site by a catering supplier Chartwell’s and offer a 3-choice menu per day. Each meal is developed to ensure the right amount of protein, carbohydrates, fruit, and vegetables is available while avoiding confectionary and artificially sweetened drinks, with limits on the fat, salt, and sugar content in each meal.
The good news is if your child or children attend an infant school or infant class from Reception to Year 2 (KS1) then school meals will be free to them under the government Universal Infant Free School Meal Scheme.
Don’t forget that if your child has a medical dietary requirement (supported by a Medical Practitioner) then this can be provided for.
This is an unprecedented period of financial challenge across a range of Industry sectors and services, the education team has worked hard with the current provider to agree a pricing mechanism to ensure a high quality and sustainable meal service is provided for Children within Durham Schools.
Thank you for your support.
Durham County Council
Parent/Carer sleep workshop – Piece of Mind Team
Care Day 2023
Care Day, the world’s biggest celebration of children and young people with care experience, is happening on 18th February 2023 in County Durham.
Durham’s CICC and Investing in Children are inviting people to join us to celebrate the positive experiences and contributions of children and young people in care or with care experience.
It will be a chance to take part in some of the fantastic activities we have planned throughout the day, we want the people of Co Durham to listen to children and young people themselves, look beyond the surface, and to see that every care-experienced child and young person is an individual with their own unique story, ambitions, and dreams for the future.
Please sign up via the Eventbrite link in the attached flyer and come along and spend some time with some fantastic people and share ideas to make things even better for Co Durham’s care community.
Parent/Carer CAMHS training
Parent and Carer CAMHS Training January – April 2023
Please find attached the parent/carer CAMHS training available this term.
Chartwell’s Spring Newsletter
Please find the spring Chartwell’s newsletter below.
DURHAM Primary January 23 Chartwells School Newsletter
Starting school September 2023
Will your child turn 5 between 1 September 2023 and 31 August 2024?
If so, you need to complete an application online to tell us which school
you would like your child to attend from September 2023.
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