What a Busy Time in Reception!
Reception are having a very busy time at the moment. Last week, we took on a huge responsibility: a tank full of tadpoles! We are learning what kind of environment they prefer and what food they need in order to grow up into frogs. We can't wait to see their legs develop.
In other exciting news...we had an unexpected visitor in school over the weekend! What looks like an enormous dinosaur broke into Reception, laid and egg and disappeared. The children were so excited to see the clues left behind....
**Canning Street Latest**
We are finally at the end of a very challenging but still successful year. Despite the obvious difficulties we have faced with Covid and bubbles closing, we have managed to maintain our usual Canning Street sense of teamwork. We are extremely proud of the way our children have coped with the events of this year.
Just a few key messages and important reminders:
MASKS: We strongly encourage parents to continue wearing masks on the yard for the rest of the week. With such little time left, we believe it is safest for everyone to continue protecting each other in this way.
LUNCHES: As you know, we are no longer able to subsidize school lunches next year, meaning lunches will cost £11 a week. Key stage 1 do not pay for lunches so this will not affect them, however Key Stage 2 will have the option of bringing a packed lunch.
LAST DAY: Please remember that the last day for children this year is THURSDAY 22nd JULY.
EID: Best wishes to all our families celebrating Eid this week. If your child is going to be absent, please let the office know to avoid us having to make a phonecall.
PE KIT: Remember, from next year children MAY still come to school in their PE kit on the relevant days. However, we ask that this is navy/black leggings and a light blue top. School jumper can be work over it on the way to school.
FINALLY, we hope you have a wonderful Summer with your family and friends. We look forward to seeing you all in September for what we hope will be a fun and peaceful year at Canning Street.
From Mrs Herron and the Staff