Brief update 26.06
I hope that you have all managed to keep cool and enjoy the lovely weather we have had this week. I know that the children in school have been outside as much as possible. On that note it has felt much more like a school this week with Nursery and Reception joining us. Thank you to everyone who has helped make this a smooth process.
We are busy preparing to welcome back all other year groups the week after next (6th July) and I hope that you have all received a phone call stating when your child should come to school, the entrance they should use and the timings for their class. As you can imagine this is a logistical challenge so if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to email your child's class teacher.
To facilitate all year groups returning the class teacher will be taking both 'bubbles' in classes that have already returned, unless there is a teacher job share. Please get in contact should you need any questions answered around this.
Finally I am adding the details of the St Ann's Food Hub to this update details are below.
Have a fantastic weekend and I am so looking forward to seeing more of you soon.
ST ANN'S FOOD HUB:
"We provide a £10 fruit and vegetable box with up to 20 varieties - good value fresh fruit & vegetables to our community, with contactless collections in a hyper-local setting so that people can reduce their exposure to covid19 when they go to other shops frequently.
We are able to offer prices comparable to major supermarkets because of the generosity of our volunteers giving up their time to help out and the charitable help given to us by our supplier Fresh and Fruity (Stamford Hill).
One of our boxes is enough for one person to survive on for a week with very little to supplement it, just protein needed.
People are able to order solidarity boxes from us to give to someone else in need as well as give cash donations. We also make sure that £1 from every box is a cash donation too. We give the solidarity boxes to individuals referred to us by our partner organisations, cash donations are distributed weekly , and any left over or surplus food has been given to NLCC, The Castle & Ayesha Mosque for their covid19 response."