School Letters Home

Meadow High School 

Royal Lane, Hillingdon, Middlesex UB8 3QU
Telephone: (01895) 443310 
Fax: (01895) 420925 

Email: meadow@meadowschool.co.uk 
Website:  www.meadowhighschool
.org

 Headteacher: Mrs Jenny Rigby

 


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SCHOOL LETTERS  HOME


29th June 2022

 6th Form BBQ - 12th July 2022

Dear Parents / Carers,

Traditionally, at the end of the school year, pupils in the Sixth Form have a reward treat. We have decided to have a BBQ this year on Tuesday 12th July. The Crunchy Munchy student cooking team will be shopping and cooking for the 6th Form. 

We are kindly asking parents for a voluntary contribution, so that we can cover the cost of the food. If possible, we would like you to donate a minimum of £1.

Students will have lunch first and then have party food in the afternoon. Please could you send your child in with a light packed lunch, money for their school lunch or indicate their choice of free school lunch below.

If you have any questions regarding this, please contact me or your child’s form tutor.

Yours Sincerely,

Kate Mayall

Sixth Form Tutor

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Reply slip –  6th Form BBQ - please return to Mrs Mayall.

Pupils Name: _____________________________ Tutor Group_________

(  ) I enclose a voluntary contribution of £________ (state the amount)

(  ) My son/daughter is entitled to a free school meal, please provide one for him/her

     Please specify the sandwich filling below     

(  ) Egg Mayonnaise                                                                                                         

(  ) Tuna Mayonnaise                                                                                                       

(  ) Cheese                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                         

Parent’s Name: _________________________                                                                                                                                                     

Parent’s Signature: _________________________

 


Letter to Whole School re Parents Evening and Reports

Dear Parents, Carers and Families,

Reports and Parents Evening

It’s nearing the end of term, and the time of year for School Reports and Parents Evening.

This is the last year we will be sharing an end of year report.  In future, we will be sharing information about pupil progress via an app called Evidence for Learning. 

The reports this time are significantly larger than usual as they include lots of photos and termly reports from teachers.  We will be sending reports electronically by email.  If you want a printed version, please contact Reception.

Sharing the reports electronically has several advantages; including making them more easily translated into other languages and gives you access to the photographs should you wish to keep them.  If you are happy for the report to be sent electronically, but would like it to be encrypted, please let us know by calling reception.

Reports should arrive by email before Parents Evening on 12th July 2022 (virtual).  If you have changed your email address, or you have not received the report by 11th July, please let reception know. 

Bookings for Parents Evening will be open from Monday 4th to Monday 11th July 2022 via SchoolCloud.   Instructions on how to book an appointment are attached.

We have had requests from some parents asking to come into school to view their child’s work. We have arranged two dates for this:   

Tuesday 21st June from 3:30 to 4:30

or

Tuesday 28th June from 3:30 to 4:30

It is important you confirm you are intending to come in to view your child’s work, as we need to collate and make their work available for you.  Please complete and return the attached form, or contact Reception by the deadlines mentioned below.

Kind regards.

Claire Caddell

Deputy Headteacher


Letter to whole school from Welfare Lead

May 2022

Dear Parents/Carers

I am writing to introduce myself to you as the new Welfare Lead for Meadow High School.

I have vast medical and attendance experience and my priority is ensuring your children receive the best education available to them.

I will be here to support you with any attendance or medical issues that may arise.

ATTENDANCE

Parents/Carers have a legal duty to ensure their children go to school regularly and on time. Failure to do this may  result in prosecution in the magistrates’ court and can lead to fines of up to £2,500 or three months’ imprisonment,       a parenting order from the courts, a penalty notice or a community order. In some cases, youth courts can pass educational supervision orders onto pupils.

As you will no doubt be aware there is a very clear link between how well children do at school and how often they attend.  At Meadow High School we are committed to ensuring that every child achieves their full potential. The minimum attendance Meadow High school expect is 97%.

ALL absences from school MUST be reported to attendance@meadowhighschool.org or

A phone call to the school - option 1 and a message left as to why your child is absent

Contact MUST be made with the school EVERYDAY your child is absent from school

We will be initiating three stages of attendance monitoring:

Stage 1 – A letter of concern will be sent to parent’s whose childs attendance is under 97%.

If no significant improvement, it moves to -

Stage 2 – Attendance of under 95%.  Internal monitoring will commence.  Parents will be invited in for a meeting to discuss the matter further.

If no significant improvement, monitoring then moves to -

Stage 3 – Attendance under 90%.  Referral to the Local Authority Participation Team will be made.  This leads to a panel meeting with the Local Authority and a possible fine.

Anytime a child has time off school for a medical appointment, evidence in the form of an appointment card or message from the NHS will be required.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                P.T.O.

Please see below files from the local authority that may answer any questions you may have.

Attendance at School

https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/media/6655/Attendance-at-school-factfile/pdf/Schools_information_-attendance_at_school_Factfile_40_Online_2.pdf?m=1626172538987

Exceptional Leave

https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/media/6658/Exceptional-leave-factfile/pdf/Schools_information_-exceptional_leave_Factfile_44_3.pdf?m=1626172977393

Penalty Notice Information

https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/media/6657/Penalty-notices-for-non-school-attendancefactfile/pdf/12357_Schools_information_-_penalty_notices_for_non-attendance_at_school_factfile45_1_1.pdf?m=1626172921913

Attendance panel Factsheet

https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/media/6656/Attendance-panel-factfile/pdf/Schools_information_-attendance_panels_Factfile_46_Online_3.pdf?m=1626172849930

 

MEDICAL

At Meadow High School, we are committed to ensuring your child is able to learn in a safe environment. 

We are committed to supporting you with your childs health and have good relationships with outside agencies so we can support your child whilst at school.

Shortly we will be sending out a Medical Audit Form.  We would appreciate receiving a response even if your child does not have any medical needs.  Please state all medical needs, medications taken and any medical care plans you think we may not have. 

I offer an open door policy and am happy to meet with parents/carers in person should you wish to discuss any welfare matters. 

Kathleen Bentley
Welfare Lead


Letter to selected pupils - Year 9 - Year 10 Football Tournament

11th May 2022

Dear Parents / Carers,

Year 9 and 10 Football Tournament.

Your child has signed up to play in a football tournament on Thursday 19th May. It will be held at the school during the day. For this event, could you please make sure your child has suitable clothing and, if possible, a top to match the colour house they are in.

The pupils will be outside for large periods of the day, please make sure your child has plenty of water and sun cream with them.

Kind Regards,
Mr. C. Morgan
Head of PE

 


Letter to selected pupils - Year 11, 12, 13 and 14 Football Tournament

11th May 2022

Dear Parents / Carers,

Year 11, 12, 13 and 14  Football Tournament

Your child has signed up to play in a football tournament on Friday 20th May. It will be held at the school during the day. For this event, could you please make sure your child has suitable clothing and, if possible, a top to match the colour house they are in.

The pupils will be outside for large periods of the day, please make sure your child has plenty of water and sun cream with them.

Kind Regards,

Mr. C. Morgan
Head of PE


Letter to 11BA - Recycling

11th May 2022

Dear Parents/ Carers,

PSHCE Project: Recycling

11BA are doing a recycling project with the aim to increase students to recycle more at home and at school.

So far, we have created PowerPoints and posters to encourage students to recycle at school. We have also created our own labels for the schools recycling bins.

The other side of this letter is a letter created by 11BA students to encourage the students and parents/ carers to recycle more at home. Please spend a few minutes to read it as all of the pupils have worked hard.

The next phase of our project would be to collect data to see if as a school we recycle more. We will keep you updated.

Kind regards,

Mr Anstee
11BA Form Tutor


Letter to selected pupils - Sixth Form Food Tech

April 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

In Food Technology, we will be focusing on independent cooking. We will focus on Health and Safety within a kitchen and cooking everyday meals to learn new skills. There will be a combination of taste testing, evaluation of products as well as practical lessons.

In order to save administration time, we would like the termly cost of your child’s Food Technology practical work to be paid all at once. However, if this causes a problem could you please let me know by filling in the appropriate part of the slip below.

If you wish your child to take home the products that he/she prepared, the amount required for the practical and taste testing lessons will be £5.00.

In order to save administration time, we would like the cost of your child’s Technology practical work to be paid for all at once via Parent Pay,  however if this causes a problem smaller payments can be made on a weekly basis also via Parent Pay.

If you require any assistance with your Parent Pay account, please contact the school reception for support.

Thank you in advance. 

Yours faithfully,
Mrs Shukla
Faculty Lead


 

 


Letter to selected pupils - Sixth Form Options Evening

6th Form Options Evening: 2022/23

Dear Parent / Carer,

On Tuesday 3rd May, we will be running an online Options Evening for KS5 students via ZOOM. This will be hosted by Faculty and Subject Leads.

Each Lead will talk for approximately 5 - 10 minutes about their subject; the accreditation (where appropriate), entry requirements and a general overview of the course. There will be limited time for questions at the end as we will be sticking to a timetable. Please see a timetable for the evening:

 

Faculty Leader/

Subject Leader

Subject (s)

Time slot

Mrs Fabisch

Construction

4.00 - 4.10

Mrs Fabisch

Catering

4.10 - 4.20

Mrs Shukla

Food Tech

4.20 - 4.30

Mrs Shukla

Resistant Materials

4.30 - 4.40

Mr. Szabo

Science

4.40 - 4.50

Ms Lennon

Horticulture

4.50 - 5.00

Ms Lennon

Hairdressing

5.00 - 5.10

Mr Morgan

PE for Leisure  & Sports Leadership

5.10 - 5.20

Miss Kalia

Dance

5.20 - 5.30

Mrs Sugden

Signalong

5.30 - 5.40

Mr. Brady

History

5.40 - 5.50

Mrs Mayall

Media

5.50 - 6.00

Miss Kepinska

Art

6.00 - 6.10

A link will be sent to your email inviting you to the zoom link. Please drop in and out of the zoom meeting for the subjects your child is interested in. The options booklet will be sent home with your child this week.

Yours sincerely,

Miss Michelle Taylor                                           Mrs Agnieszka Fabisch

 

Head of 6th Form                                                 Careers Lead / Deputy Head of 6th Form

         mtaylor@meadowhighschool.org                           afabisch@meadowhighschool.org


Letter to selected pupils - KS5 Options

KS5 Options 2022/23 

Dear Parent / Carer,

The option booklet enclosed is there to help your child choose the option subjects they would like to study in 6th Form.

Much of the school curriculum is compulsory, but some subjects are offered as options for 6th Form students. Please note that some of the courses are two year courses and if your young person (in year 13 or 14 next year) has previously opted for a two year course, then they will continue this. If your young person is in year 12 next year, and they choose a two year option, they would be expected to continue this for two years.

At Meadow, we are keen to make choosing options as easy as possible, and wish to ensure that the appropriate decisions are made for each child. Please spend some time reading the information for each subject before you decide. Please choose carefully, as it can be very difficult to change an option once the course begins. Please see attached the letter for Options Evening which will be virtual this year. This will be held on 3rd May and a link will be emailed to you shortly.

Please be aware that some subjects have aptitude and ability requirements. Options choices are streamed and Meadow staff will make the final decision on who is most suitable for the courses. That will also mean that some students won’t be offered certain options if they are deemed unsuitable for being either too academic or not challenging enough.

Some lessons are “doubles” which means they are four periods long. If your child chooses a double, that means that this will be their only option. Alternatively, they can choose two shorter options. 

Please complete the form at the back of the booklet to show the option subjects your child would prefer to study. You are able to make 4 choices, ranked from 1- 4. Please note that 1= first choice, down to 4 = 4th choice.Whilst every effort will be made to give your child the Option subjects they choose, please be aware this may not be possible.

The deadline for returning the form to school is Friday 13th May 2022.

Option choices will be confirmed during the second half of the summer term. The staff, with your help, will encourage each pupil to achieve their best. I hope you find the booklet informative and helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact school if you have any questions.

Yours sincerely,
Miss Michelle Taylor

 

Assistant Head Teacher - Head of 6th Form                        

         mtaylor@meadowhighschool.org


Letter to Pathway 1 Pupils

26th April 2022

Eid Celebration

Wednesday 4th May 2022

Dear Parents/Carers,

As part of Religious Education within Theme learning, students will be learning all about celebrational practices of Eid within the islamic faith.

This will include learning about why it is important to give to charity during the month of Ramadan, wearing new clothes on the day of Eid and why Muslim people celebrate the end of Ramadan with a feast and spend time with their families with games and treats.

In order to successfully immerse in the learning we ask support in the following areas:  

  • Bring in foods for the celebration, maybe homemade or bought. Please note foods must be nut free.
  • Students can bring in change for an Eid bake sale.

We look forward to celebrating the diversity of our school and local community through learning and will very much appreciate your support in achieving this.

Yours sincerely,
Ms Ahmad, Mr Parker & Mrs Majidi


Letter to Year 13 and Year 14 Leavers

Dear Parent/Carer(s),                                                                                             April 2022

Re: Specialist Provision Coffee Morning

We would like to invite parents and carers to a transition coffee morning on Friday 13th May from 10am - 11.30am. This will be hosted in the 6th Form Common Room. You can drop in and out of the session depending on your availability.

When young people leave Meadow High School in Year 13 or 14, they often continue education elsewhere. This will generally be a mainstream provision or a specialist provision. We have organised for the local specialist provisions to represent their setting at a coffee morning, so that you can have the opportunity to ask questions, read perspectives, and have a deeper understanding of the opportunities available for your child.

Asmah Hussain, SEND officer for the borough will also be in attendance. The confirmed specialist provisions are:

  • Orchard Hill College
  • Green Corridor
  • Great Oaks

Additionally, a representative from Project Search will be available to talk to. Project Search is an internship based at the Marriott Hotel in Heathrow where students with SEND undertake several rotations of work experience and are supported by job coaches with the overall aim to gain employment.

Please take this opportunity to engage with potential provisions. If you believe your child will be interested in a mainstream provision like Uxbridge College or BCA or Langley, you will be able to discuss this with Asmah on the day.

Our independent transitions and careers advisor Sue Stock will also be in attendance. Sue works with each student at Meadow to plan future steps and will be able to support families with applications so it is important that you do meet with her.

Please note that car parking is extremely limited due to our new build so we would advise using public transportation where possible.

Yours sincerely,                                       

Michelle  Taylor                                                        Amy Willis 

Head of 6th Form                                                     Head of Pathway 1
Meadow High School                                              Meadow High School
mtaylor@meadowhighschool.org                         awillis@meadowhighschool.org


Letter to selected pupils - Year 7 Food Tech and Resistant Materials

April 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

In Food Technology Year 7 pupils will focus on health and safety by designing and making a healthy packed lunch. This term pupils will be making:

  • Healthy Packed Lunch
  • Festival Project
  • Pupils will also taste and evaluate a range of foods.

A suitable container will be provided so that cooked products can be taken home.

In Resistant Materials Year 7 pupils will focus on making a linkage toy and a mechanical picker.

If you wish your child to take home all products that he/she makes, the amount required for all practical lessons will be £8.00. 

In order to save administration time, we would like the cost of your child’s Technology practical work to be paid for all at once via Parent Pay,  however if this causes a problem smaller payments can be made on a weekly basis also via Parent Pay.

If you require any assistance with your Parent Pay account, please contact the school reception for support.

Thank you in advance. 

Kind regards,

Miss LePage                                                  Mr Glass

Food Technology teacher                            Resistant Materials teacher


Letter to selected pupils - Year 8 Food Tech and Resistant Materials

April 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

In Food Technology Year 8 pupils will focus on Fruit and Vegetables. This term we will be making:

  • Design your own stir-fry
  • Festival project
  • Pupils will also taste and evaluate a range of foods.

A suitable container will be provided so that cooked products can be taken home.

In Resistant materials in Year 8 pupils focus on making a themed book end for Whipsnade zoo.

If you wish your child to take home all products that he/she makes, the amount required for all practical lessons will be £8.00. 

In order to save administration time, we would like the cost of your child’s Technology practical work to be paid for all at once via Parent Pay,  however if this causes a problem smaller payments can be made on a weekly basis also via Parent Pay.

If you require any assistance with your Parent Pay account, please contact the school reception for support.

Thank you in advance.

Kind regards,

Miss LePage                                                  Mr Glass

Food Technology teacher                            Resistant Materials teacher


Letter to selected Year 9 - Food Tech & Resistant Materials

27th April 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

In Food Technology, Year 9 pupils will focus on designing and making a family meal. This term we will be making:

  • A family meal
  • Festival Project
  • Pupils will also taste and evaluate a range of foods.

A suitable container will be provided so that cooked products can be taken home.

In Resistant Materials, Year 9 pupils will focus on making a moving toy using cams and levers.

If you wish your child to take home all products that he/she makes, the amount required for all practical lessons will be £8.00. 

In order to save administration time, we would like the cost of your child’s Technology practical work to be paid for all at once via Parent Pay,  however if this causes a problem smaller payments can be made on a weekly basis also via Parent Pay.

If you require any assistance with your Parent Pay account, please contact the school reception for support.

Thank you in advance. 

Kind regards,

Miss LePage                                                  Mr Glass

Food Technology teacher                            Resistant Materials teacher


Letter to selected pupils - Year 10 Food Tech

April 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

In Food Technology, pupils will be focusing on a range of different cooked products. Pupils will be taking part in some theory lessons to further their understanding of Health and Safety in the kitchen and practical lessons where they will be building up their confidence towards everyday cooking.

Pupils will also take part in sensory evaluations of various foods. If you wish your child to take home the products that he/she prepares, the amount required for the practical and taste-testing lessons will be £10.00 for each Term.

In order to save administration time, we would like the cost of your child’s Technology practical work to be paid for all at once via ParentPay,  however if this causes a problem smaller payments can be made on a weekly basis also via Parent Pay.

If you require any assistance with your ParentPay account, please contact the school reception for support.

Thank you in advance. 

Mrs Shukla
Faculty Lead


Letter to selected Year 11 - Food Tech

April 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

In Food Technology, pupils will be focusing on a range of different cooked products. Pupils will be taking part in some theory lessons to further their understanding of Health and Safety in the kitchen and practical lessons where they will be building up their confidence towards everyday cooking.

Pupils will also take part in sensory evaluations of various foods. If you wish your child to take home the products that he/she prepares, the amount required for the practical and taste-testing lessons will be £10.00 for each Term.

In order to save administration time, we would like the cost of your child’s Technology practical work to be paid for all at once via Parent Pay,  however if this causes a problem smaller payments can be made on a weekly basis also via Parent Pay.

If you require any assistance with your Parent Pay account, please contact the school reception for support.

Thank you in advance. 

Mrs Shukla
Faculty lead


Letter to selected - Year 9 Options Open Evening

Year 9 Options Evening: 2022/23     

Dear Parent / Carer,

On Tuesday 10th May, we will be running an online Options Evening for Year 9 students via ZOOM. This will be hosted by Faculty and Subject Leads.

Each Lead will talk for approximately 5 - 10 minutes about their subject; the accreditation (where appropriate), entry requirements and a general overview of the course. There will be limited time for questions at the end as we will be sticking to a timetable. Please see a timetable for the evening:

Faculty Leader/

Subject Leader

Subject (s)

Time slot

M Rainsbury/C Waltz

Explorer Scouts

4.00 - 4.10

C Morgan

Sports Leadership/PE for Pleasure

4.10 - 4.20

D Lennon

Hairdressing

4.20 - 4.30

R Glass

Resistant Materials

4.30 - 4.40

R Ellis

Music

4.40 - 4.50

E Bergin

Humanities

4.50 - 5.00

P Shukla

Food Technology

5.00 - 5.10

M Khalia

Dance

5.10 - 5.20

K Kaminska

Drama

5.20 - 5.30

C Kepinska

Art

5.30 - 5.40

A link will be sent to your email inviting you to the zoom link. Please drop in and out of the zoom meeting for the subjects your child is interested in. The options booklet will be sent home with your child this week.

Yours sincerely,

Ms Jane Richards                                              

Assistant Headteacher Year 9 - 11                                                          

         jrichards@meadowhighschool.org                        


Letter to selected - Year 9 Options

 

Year 9 Options 2022

Tuesday 10th May:  4-6pm 

Dear Parent / Carer,

The option booklet enclosed is to help your child choose the option subjects they would like to study in Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11). They will continue to study these subjects throughout Year 10 and 11.

Much of the school curriculum is compulsory, but three subjects are offered as options for Year 10 and 11 pupils. (you will notice that Sports Leadership is listed as an Option – this means any pupil who chooses Sports Leadership as an option would receive this and also their usual PE lesson - as PE forms part of the core curriculum for every pupil).

This letter explains how to choose the option subjects for Year 10 and 11. At Meadow, we are keen to make this as easy as possible, and that the appropriate decisions are made for each child. Please spend some time reading the information for each subject before you decide. Please choose carefully, as it can be very difficult to change an option once the course begins.

Please be aware that some subjects have aptitude and ability requirements. Please make sure that any subjects you choose are subjects your child would a) enjoy and b) be able to complete the work required.

Please complete the form at the back of the booklet to show the option subjects your child would prefer to study. You are able to make 4 choices, ranked from 1- 4. Please note that 1= first choice, down to 4 = 4th choice.

The deadline for returning the form to school is Friday 20th May 2022.
Please see attached the letter for Options Evening which will be virtual this year.                        This will be held on Tuesday 10th May 4-6pm via Zoom.

Whilst every effort will be made to give your child the Option subjects they choose, please be aware this may not be possible.

Option choices will be confirmed during the second half of the summer term. The staff, with your help, will encourage each pupil to achieve his or her best.

I hope you find the booklet informative and helpful. Please do not hesitate to contact school if you have any questions.

Yours sincerely,

Ms. Jane Richards

Assistant Head Teacher - Year 9,10 and 11  

jrichards@meadowhighschool.org            


Letter to selected pupils - U14 Middlesex FA Tournament

20th April 2022

Dear Parents/ Carers,

U14’s Middlesex FA Tournament

Your child has been selected to attend the U14’s Football Event on Wednesday 27th April. The event will be taking place between 09:30 – 12:40, so no extra travel arrangements need to be made. Pupils will also be back for normal lunch arrangements. On the day your child should come into school in their PE kit with shin pads.

If you have any questions just let me know.

 

Kind regards,


 

Mr. Anstee

PE Teacher

@MeadowPE

 

 


Letter to Whole School - Non-Uniform Day and Cake Sale - Ukraine

2nd March 2022

Non-Uniform Day & Cake Sale – 9th March 2022

Dear Parents/Carers,

Many of our staff and students have expressed a wish to support the people of Ukraine.

We would like to raise funds, but we will also be collecting items for a charity that supports refugees from Ukraine. 

Here are some of the items that would be useful:

  • Men’s toiletries e.g. shaving equipment, deodorant
  • Women’s toiletries e.g. sanitary towels, deodorant
  • Nappies 
  • Torches and batteries
  • Wet wipes 
  • Antibacterial gels 
  • Bandages / dressings 
  • Sleeping bags / blankets / pillowcases
  • Raincoats / coats 
  • Non-perishable foods

On Wednesday 9th March we will be having a non-uniform day; the theme is blue and yellow. We are asking for a voluntary donation of £1 to be paid through ParentPay.  If you have any queries regarding payments via ParentPay, please contact Peter in reception.

We will also be organising a cake sale. Students who would like to bring in cakes to be sold, should be brought to Mrs Mayall’s room. Students who would like to buy cakes should bring in a small amount of money.

Many thanks for your help and support.

Yours sincerely,
Mrs K Mayall.
Sixth Form Tutor
   


Letter to Whole School - Easter Egg Hunt

1 March 2022

Easter Egg Hunt

Dear Parents/Carers,

As you may be aware, students and staff are raising money for Steel Bones this year and hope to participate in a number of fundraising events.  As part of these activities, the Sixth Form committee would like to organise an Easter Egg Hunt for students on Wednesday 30th March. The Easter Egg Hunt is £1 per student and the prize is a chocolate egg for all participants. Any profits will go to our school charity, Steel Bones. 

Many thanks for your help and support.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs K Mayall
Sixth Form Tutor

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Easter Egg hunt – please return to Mrs Mayall

I would like my child to take part in the Easter Egg Hunt on Wednesday 30th March and have paid the minimum donation £1 on ParentPay. Please call the office and ask for Peter if you require any help with logging in.

Student’s name: _____________________________ Tutor group__________

Please state any food allergies: ____________________________

(We can still provide a prize if a student is not able to have a chocolate egg)

 


Letter to Whole School - World Book Day Week

 

24th February 2022

Dear Parents/Carers,

Re:  World Book Day Week of Activities:  Mon. 28th Feb. – Fri. 4th March 2022

        Literacy Across the Curriculum theme – ‘The Future – What’s Next? 

World Book Day is approaching and, as always, we are looking to use this as an opportunity to promote core literacy skills and build links with the world beyond school.  This year is special as it is the 25th anniversary of World Book Day, which is now celebrated in over 100 countries around the world!

This year the theme for us is a positive focus on looking forwards after the challenge of the last 2 years - ‘The Future – What’s Next? ’. We are encouraging our students to gain an understanding of next step plans for our school, but also explore their own plans for the future i.e. getting back to socializing and activities they have missed, but also what they want to achieve in the future including steps they need to take to make this happen.

Our library is temporarily out of bounds due to Phase 2 of the build, however we are not deterred!  We will be running a range of activities throughout the week including staff sharing a favourite book with their class and a Reading Across the Curriculum challenge.  This is at school and home, so please encourage your child to use their reading skills as much as possible.  [See A guide to Better Reading at Home for ideas on how to support.]

NB. If you would like to express an interest in attending one of the sessions we will be running on reading at home later this term, please complete the slip below to help us plan effectively.

Non-uniform/Dress-Up Day will be on World Book Day, which is Thursday 3rd March 2022.  Students will be able to come to school dressed as either a character from a favourite story [book, film or television series] or a person from a non-fiction book including a job that interests them.

Your child will be coming home with a World Book Day token, please help them to use this.  For further information please use this link https://www.worldbookday.com/about-us/what-is-world-book-day/

or phone and have a chat with our librarians, they will be happy to help.  

Yours faithfully,

Mrs. Sugden,                          Mrs Heggie                      Mrs. Wilkes & Mrs. Bingham

English & Communication        EAL & Reading Intervention                   MHS Librarians                      =========================================================================

Re: Home Reading Support Meeting – please return to Mrs Sugden

(  )   I am interested in attending a Friday afternoon session in school.

(  )   I am interested in attending a Wednesday online session after school at 5.00pm 

Student’s Name:__________________________________________________   Class: ______________

Parent/Carer:  ___________________________________     [Please PRINT name.]


 

Ref: Bikeability Level 1 & 2 - Year 6 Safer Cycling Course 2021-22, Meadow High School Course 2

 Dear Parent/Guardian                                                         

On behalf of your child’s school, I am writing to invite your child to a safer cycling course, which will enable them to complete Levels 1 and 2 combined.                

Course Information:

The course will run for 4 days for 2 hours each session.  

Monday 21st March 2022  

Level 1

9:30 – 11:30 

Tuesday 22nd March 2022 

Level 2

9:30 – 11:30

Wednesday 23rd March 2022  

Level 2

9:30 – 11:30  

Thursday 24th March 2022 

Level 2

9:30 – 11:30  

You can apply for your child to attend this course by completing the online booking form via the link below 

Online Bikeability Booking Form

Applicants will be registered on a first come first serve basis. 

Yours sincerely,
Ian Ramsay
Borough Cycle Support Officer


Ref: Bikeability Level 1 & 2 - Year 6 Safer Cycling Course 2021-22, Meadow High Course 1

 Dear Parent/Guardian                                                         

On behalf of your child’s school, I am writing to invite your child to a safer cycling course, which will enable them to complete Levels 1 and 2 combined.                 

Course Information:

The course will run for 4 days for 2 hours each session.  

Monday 7th March 2022

Level 1

9:30 – 11:30 

Tuesday 8th March 2022 

Level 2

9:30 – 11:30

Wednesday 9th March 2022  

Level 2

9:30 – 11:30  

Thursday 10th March 2022 

Level 2

9:30 – 11:30  

You can apply for your child to attend this course by completing the online booking form via the link below 

Online Bikeability Booking Form

Applicants will be registered on a first come first serve basis. 

Yours sincerely,
Ian Ramsay
Borough Cycle Support Officer

 

 


Letter to Whole School - Harry Potter Day

28 January 2022

Dear Parents/Carers,

Meadow High School Celebrates Harry Potter Dav! Thursday 3 rd February 2022

This year is the 25th anniversary of the first publication of the book Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone — hard to believe I know! Therefore, to brighten a rather gloomy grey start to the year and link to Harry Potter Night, we thought it would be fun to have a Harry Potter Day.

Students and staff are invited to come to school dressed as their favourite character from the Harry Potter series or wear any Harry Potter or wizard's clothes they have — only toy cats, rats, toads, owls etc. please!

This event is free. We will set up the sorting hat in the hall at lunchtime for students wanting to find out which house they would be in at Hogwarts School.

We hope that Muggles and Wizards will both enjoy the day!

Yours faithfully,

Anne Sugden
(on behalf of all Harry Potter fans - staff and students!)
English & Communication Faculty Leader

 


Letter to 6VL  - Airport Bowling

January 2022 

RE: 6VL Bowling trip

Dear Parents/Carers,

As a class, 6VL are going to Airport Bowl on Wednesday 9th February. This trip is an educational opportunity for the class’ hard work over the last term, but also a chance to practise our teamwork skills, social interaction and practice using public transport.

1 game of bowling is £3 per person. 

We will be leaving after registration to walk and travel by public transport. Students can bring either a packed lunch or a small amount of money to eat at McDonalds. If your child is entitled to a free school lunch, please indicate below and we will make sure they have a lunch to bring along from school.  

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Lazarevic
6th Form Tutor 

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6VL Airport Bowl Trip – Please return to Mrs Lazarevic

Name: …………………………………………..

  • Is entitled to a free school lunch
  • Will bring in a packed lunch or money for lunch
  • Will bring in £3 for bowling

Parent signature: ……………………………………………………

 


Letter to selected pupils - Girls Only Football Tournament

19th January 2022

Dear Parents/ Carers,

Girls Only Middlesex FA Tournament

Your child has been selected to attend the Girls Only Football Event on Wednesday 2nd February. The event will be taking place between 09:30 – 12:40, so no extra travel arrangements need to be made. Pupils will also be back for normal lunch arrangements. On the day, your child should come into school in their PE kit with shin pads.

If you have any questions just let me know.

Kind regards,

Mr. Anstee
PE Teacher

@MeadowPE


Letter to Class IM - RSE

10th January 2022

Dear Parents/Carers,

Over the next few weeks class IM will be covering Relationship and Sex Education (RSE).  In the Spring Term, the class will be focusing on Body Awareness Puberty, which is as follow:

  •  To understand and respect differences and similarities between boys and girls 
  •  To consider the ways they have changed physically since they were born.
  • To recognise the proper names for the external parts of the body.
  •  To be able to describe some of the functions of some of the parts of the body.
  • To name correct terms for body parts.
  • To know that humans produce babies that grow into children and then into adults.
  • To name male and female internal and external sexual reproductive parts, using the correct terminology.
  • To explore girls' perceptions of boys and boys' perceptions of girls in a variety of situations.

It is important we get RSE right for the young people at Meadow.  In Key Stage 3, the pupils' bodies are starting to change and it can be a confusing time.   If you would like support in how best to ensure your young person understands and is aware of their bodies, changes and behaviours, please let me know.

If you are unsure about the context or would like to speak to me further please email
imerabti@meadowhighschool.org

Kind Regards,

Ioanna Merabti
Class Teacher


Letter to Class 7CH re Roald Dahl

Monday 24th January

Dear Parent/Carer,

To support your child with their learning of ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’ in English, Iwe have arranged a trip to the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden on Thursday 10th February.

We will be leaving school after registration at 9:10am and returning to school in time for transport at 3pm. Therefore, you will need to provide your child with a healthy packed lunch and plenty of water. If your child is entitled to a free school meal then one can be provided for them. We will travel on the mini bus, which will be driven by a MIDAS (qualified) trained driver and a First-Aider will also accompany us.

To cover the cost of the trip we are asking for a voluntary contribution of £13, to be paid via ParentPay. This includes a guided trail around the area, exploring the sights and sounds that inspired Roald Dahls’ stories, a 90 minute workshop with an experienced member of museum staff and a goodie bag to take home.

Please complete the attached slip and return it as soon as possible.  If you have any queries, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Yours sincerely,
Mrs Heggie

 

Re:  Roald Dahl Museum Trip. Thursday 10th February

I acknowledge that my child …………………………………………………………………………………………………..  will take part in this educational trip.

( )    I will be providing my child with a packed lunch on that day.

( )    My child is entitled to a free lunch. Please provide one for him/her.

( )    I will make a contribution of £13 via ParentPay

 

Signed ……………………………………………………………    Date ……………………………………………………………………

(Parent/Carer)


Letter to selected pupils - U16 Football tournament

19th January 2022


Dear Parents/ Carers,

U16’s Middlesex FA Tournament

Your child has been chosen to attend the U16’s Football Event on Wednesday 9th February. The event will be taking place between 09:30 – 12:40 so no extra travel arrangements need to be made. Pupils will also be back for lunch on time. On the day your child should come into school in their PE kit with shin pads.

If you have any questions just let me know.

Kind regards,

Mr. Anstee
PE Teacher

@MeadowPE                                                                                                      

 


Letter to Sixth Form re. Trip to France

17 December 2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

Depending on Covid situation in the New Year, we are hoping to organize a trip to our partner school in France  in May 2022(6 days). 

Students and staff going on a trip will need to be fully vaccinated and in relation to Covid, there will be a thorough risk assessment carried out prior to the final decision of the trip being made.

Please note that the only time that both schools were able to agree for the trip is 8th - 13th May 2022.

This is due to all educational visits to France being cancelled until April 2022; the French/UK half term holidays and the exam dates in both countries.

This means that the planned trip is to take place just a week before exams start in the UK and therefore, students willing to participate would miss a final week of exam preparation. Although we will do our very best to support pupils going to France with their exam preparation, this is something we would like parents/carers to consider and discuss with your child before making your decision.

When in France, we will be hosted by our partner SEN School, and we will be staying in accommodation in the same town as the school for 4 nights and for 1 night in Nice.  

Please bear in mind that although it is a very exciting opportunity, the trip will include a fair amount of walking (around Niece, Draguignan - sightseeing, as well as to and from the school - which is around 1 mile away from the hotel). We will travel by plane - British Airways (your child must not have a fear of flying), minibus/taxi and possibly by train (1.5h journey) and all students will need to be able to carry their own luggage during the journey. Please be advised that during the visit students will share rooms and take part in a variety of educational and cultural experiences with a vocational / work related focus.

We are pleased to inform you that the school will be able to cover over 50% of the actual cost of the trip (which is around £900pp) and therefore the cost paid by parents/careers has been reduced to:

 £400 in total for all students (all inclusive: flights, accommodation, transfers, food, sightseeing, insurance)

OR

£100 in total for pupil premium students

If you wish for your child to be considered for the trip, please return the reply slip below to the reception staff by Friday 7th January 2022.

As we can only offer 7 places on the trip, the pupils will be entered for a draw. Should your child be selected, a deposit of £100.00 (paid by all) will be required by Friday 21st January 2022 followed by two payments (paid by parents of children who are not eligible for pupil premium):

  •  £150.00 paid by Monday 21st February 2022   and
  • a final payment of £150.00 paid by Monday 28th March 2022

Please note that all deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE should you decide to withdraw your child from participating in the visit or if the school is forced to remove your child from the trip i.e. due to unacceptable behaviour/ high risk.  All deposits will be refundable should we need to cancel due to the pandemic.        

NB You must ensure that your child is in possession of a current UK passport that indicates a minimum of 6 months validity from the intended date of departure .                                                                                                                                                   

PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY UNTIL YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR CHILD HAS BEEN OFFERED A PLACE. 

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email afabisch@meadowhighschool.org or you can call us at the school on 01895 443310 ext’n 244.

Yours faithfully,
Mrs Fabisch
Trip organizer

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Reply Slip: – please return to reception

I would like my child to be considered for the visit to Nice/Draguignan, France 8th - 13th May 2022

Name of Child: ___________________________________________ Class: ____________________

I confirm that:

 

 My child has a valid passport:

 

 

My child is fully vaccinated:

 

 

I am prepared to pay £100 non-refundable deposit by 21.01.22.

My child is eligible for pupil premium (FSM):  YES / NO

Signed: ________________________________ Print name: _____________________________________

 

Contact details:

e-mail address : _________________________________________________________________________

 

Tel:  Home: ________________________________             Mobile: ________________________________

 

Work: ____________________________________            Date: __________________________________

 


Letter to whole school re Steel Bones

PDF Copy of this letter

January 2022

RE: Non-uniform

Steel Bones walking challenge

 

Dear parents/carers,

Throughout January, Meadow High School will be raising money for Steel Bones, a charity who support amputees. We would like to raise money for Steel Bones to commemorate a staff member’s amputation one year ago. On 25th January, students are asked to wear non-uniform clothes. The theme is heroes and people we look up to. We are asking for a voluntary donation of £1 which will be donated to Steel Bones.

Additionally, the whole school will be walking 365 miles across January as part of their class activities.

Students are invited to walk in their free time also. Tutors can be contacted to add any walking to our school record; let us know how many minutes of walking your child achieves and we will add it to our total.  

If you would like to donate, feel free to send donations in cash or follow the link to ParentPay –

Many thanks,
 

Kate Mayall
6th Form tutor
Life & Living Lead

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PLEASE MAKE ALL PAYMENTS VIA PARENTPAY. IF YOU REQUIRE ACCOUNT DETAILS PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL OFFICE AND ASK FOR PETER.

 

 

 


Letter to Year 7 - 11 - Second Vaccine Letter and Consent Form
PDF Copy of this letter and Consent Form

06th  January 2022

Invitation letter for parents of children aged 12 to 15 years of age

Dear Parent/Carer,

I would like to ask if you wish to give your consent for your child to receive a second dose of the vaccine on Monday 17th January 2022

This vaccination will be free of charge.

The main purpose of the COVID-19 school age vaccination programme is to provide protection to the children who receive the vaccine and it may help to reduce transmission of COVID-19 in the wider population.

During the vaccination delivery we will maintain the range of measures we have in place to keep you safe from COVID-19.

Please indicate your consent by returning the attached form to Reception. By consenting you will be helping to play your part in reducing the risk of COVID – 19 spreading

Best Wishes,

Mrs. J Rigby

Headteacher

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CONSENT FORM:

The COVID-19 vaccine is being offered to your child either as a 1st or 2nd dose.  If your child has already received a 1st dose then you will need to use this form for your child’s 2nd dose. If your child has not yet received their 1st dose then you can also use this form to provide consent.

Further information can be found on the DfE website:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-vaccination-resources-for-children-and-young-people Please discuss the vaccination with your child, then complete this form by:

Information about the vaccinations will be put on your child’s health records.       

 

Child’s full name (first name and surname):

Date of birth:

Home address: 

Daytime contact telephone number for parent/carer:

NHS number (if known):

Ethnicity:

School (if relevant):

Year group/class:

GP name and address:

 

Ask ALL patients ALL questions below and tick if any apply

EXCLUSION CHECKLIST – tick any that apply

  • Has your child tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 12 weeks (by a lateral flow test or a PCR test)? If so, please provide the date on which your child tested positive:_________________________________________________
  • Has the individual experienced major venous and/or arterial thrombosis occurring with thrombocytopenia following vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine?
  • Has the individual had any vaccination in the last 7 days?
  • Is the individual currently unwell with fever?
  • Does the individual have an allergy to any medications?
  • Has the individual ever had an anaphylactic reaction?
  • Does the individual take any regular mediation if so what? Please list:________________________________________________________________
  • Does the individual have a history of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia and thrombosis (HITT or HIT type 2)?
  • Does the individual have a history of capillary leak syndrome?
  • None of the above

 

CAUTION CHECKLIST – tick any that apply

  • Has the individual indicated they are, or could be pregnant?
  • Has the individual informed you they are currently or have been in a trial of a potential coronavirus vaccine?
  • Is the individual taking anticoagulant medication, or do they have a bleeding disorder?
  • Does the individual currently have any symptoms of Covid-19 infection?
  • None of the above

 

I want my child to receive the COVID-19 vaccination

 

I do not want my child to have the COVID-19 vaccine

Name:

Name:

Signature:

Parent/Guardian

Signature:

Parent/Guardian

Date:

Date:

 

 


Letter to class KM - Bowling
PDF copy of this letter

January 2022 

RE: 6KM Bowling trip

 

Dear Parents/Carers,

As a class, 6KM are going to Airport Bowl on Wednesday 19th January. This trip is an educational opportunity for the class’ hard work over the last term, but also a chance to practise our teamwork skills and social interaction.

1 game of bowling is £3 per person. 

We’ll be leaving just before lunchtime so students can either bring a packed lunch or a small amount of money to eat at McDonalds. If your child is entitled to a free school lunch, please indicate below and we’ll make sure they have a lunch to bring along from school.  

Yours sincerely,

 

Mrs Mayall

6th Form Tutor 

Life & Living Lead

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6KM Airport Bowl Trip – Please return to Mrs Mayall

Name: …………………………………………..

  • Is entitled to a free school lunch
  • Will bring in a packed lunch or money for lunch
  • Will bring in £3 for bowling

Parent signature: ……………………………………………………


Letter to Sixth Form - Interest in Trip to France
PDF copy of this letter

 

17 December 2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

Depending on Covid situation in the New Year, we are hoping to organize a trip to our partner school in France  in May 2022(6 days). 

Students and staff going on a trip will need to be fully vaccinated and in relation to Covid, there will be a thorough risk assessment carried out prior to the final decision of the trip being made.

Please note that the only time that both schools were able to  agree for the trip is 8th - 13th May 2022.

This is due to all educational visits to France being cancelled until April 2022; the French/UK half term holidays and the exam dates in both countries.

This means that the planned trip is to take place just a week before exams start in the UK and therefore, students willing to participate would miss a final week of exam preparation. Although we will do our very best to support pupils going to France with their exam preparation, this is something we would like parents/carers to consider and discuss with your child before making your decision.

When in France, we will be hosted by our partner SEN School and we will be staying in accommodation in the same town as the school for 4 nights and for 1 night in Nice.  

Please bear in mind that although it is a very exciting opportunity, the trip will include a fair amount of walking (around Niece, Draguignan - sightseeing, as well as to and from the school - which is around 1 mile away from the hotel). We will travel by plane - British Airways (your child must not have a fear of flying), minibus/taxi and possibly by train (1.5h journey) and all students will need to be able to carry their own luggage during the journey. Please be advised that during the visit students will share rooms and take part in a variety of educational and cultural experiences with a vocational / work related focus.

We are pleased to inform you that the school will be able to cover over 50% of the actual cost of the trip (which is around £900pp) and therefore the cost paid by parents/careers has been reduced to:

 £400 in total for all students (all inclusive: flights, accommodation, transfers, food, sightseeing, insurance)

OR

£100 in total for pupil premium students

If you wish for your child to be considered for the trip, please return the reply slip below to the reception staff by Friday 7th January 2022.

As we can only offer 7 places on the trip, the pupils will be entered for a draw. Should your child be selected, a deposit of £100.00 (paid by all) will be required by Friday 21st January 2022 followed by two payments (paid by parents of children who are not eligible for pupil premium):

  •  £150.00 paid by Monday 21st February 2022   and
  • a final payment of £150.00 paid by Monday 28th March 2022

Please note that all deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE should you decide to withdraw your child from participating in the visit or if the school is forced to remove your child from the trip i.e. due to unacceptable behaviour/ high risk.  All deposits will be refundable should we need to cancel due to the pandemic.        

NB You must ensure that your child is in possession of a current UK passport that indicates a minimum of 6 months validity from the intended date of departure .                                                                                                                                                   

PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY UNTIL YOU RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR CHILD HAS BEEN OFFERED A PLACE. 

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email afabisch@meadowhighschool.org or you can call us at the school on 01895 443310 ext’n 244.

Yours faithfully,

Mrs Fabisch
Trip organizer

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Reply Slip: – please return to reception

I would like my child to be considered for the visit to Nice/Draguignan, France 8th - 13th May 2022

Name of Child: ___________________________________________ Class: ____________________

I confirm that:

 

 My child has a valid passport:

 

My child is fully vaccinated:

 

I am prepared to pay £100 non-refundable deposit by 21.01.22 

 

My child is eligible for pupil premium (FSM):  YES / NO

 

Signed: ________________________________ Print name: _____________________________________

 

Contact details:

e-mail address : _________________________________________________________________________

Tel:  Home: ________________________________             Mobile: ________________________________

Work: ____________________________________            Date: __________________________________

 


Letter to all Sixth Form pupils - December 2021 - Christmas Party
PDF Copy of this letter

December 2021

6th Form Christmas party

Dear Parents / Carers, 

Traditionally at Christmas, students in the Sixth Form have a reward treat. Based on last year’s success, we have decided to have a similar party this year in tutor rooms on Tuesday 14th December

We will be asking for a voluntary contribution of £1. The food will be prepared by the student Crunchy Munchy enterprise group, which is led by Mrs Fabisch.

If your child usually has a packed lunch, please ensure they only have a light packed lunch on this day.

If your child is entitled to a Free School Lunch, please indicate their choice below.  

If you have any questions regarding this, please contact me or your tutor.

Yours Sincerely

 

Miss M Taylor

Assistant Head/Head of Sixth Form

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Reply slip – 6th Form Xmas Party - please return to your child’s form tutor. 

 

Student’s name: _____________________________ Tutor group__________

 I enclose a voluntary donation of £………………………..

  • My son/daughter is entitled to a free school lunch, please provide one for him/her 

Please specify the sandwich filling below

            (  ) Egg Mayonnaise            (  ) Tuna Mayonnaise           (  ) Cheese  

Parent’s name: _________________________         Parent’s signature: _________________________  


Letter to Class GM - 6 December 2021 - Trip to Pizza Hut
PDF Copy of the Letter

Dear Parents/Carers,

Trip to Pizza Hut, Hayes

As part of our learning personal development, we are taking part in an eating out experience at Pizza Hut on Thursday 9th December 2021. This experience will support with the learning where we have been exploring eating at home and eating out, and the benefits of both options.

This will also support our work within PSHE looking at developing our social skills.

We will be leaving school at 11.15am and returning to school after lunch in time for normal transport home. We will be travelling by school minibus and first aiders will accompany us.

We are asking for £10 towards an all you can eat buffet and the purchase of a drink. Change pupils receive will be returned to yourselves after the trip.

Please complete the attached slip and money be sent into school by Tuesday 7th December 2021.

If you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact me gmillard@meadowhighschool.org.

Yours sincerely,

Mr G Millard
Form Tutor

…….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Reply-Slip – 12GM Class trip to Pizza Hut

I give my permission for ………………………………………….…to take part in the above trip.

Dietary requirements: ………………………………………………………………………………………

Signed (Parent/Carer): …………………………………………………….. Date ……………….

Emergency contact number: ………………………………………………………

 

   I have enclosed £10 towards the cost of the trip.


Letter to Whole School - 2 December 2021 - The Big Breakfast
PDF of this letter

2nd December 2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

The Big Breakfast 2021

We are pleased to announce our annual Big Breakfast will be held on Friday 17th December.  This will consist of an Egg, Bacon, or Sausage Roll (vegetarian option available) and a Hot Chocolate at the cost of £1.50.

The Big Breakfast will commence from 9.00am onwards and will replace the normal breakfast club arrangements.

Please can you return the reply slip below by Friday 10th December, so that we can have an idea of the expected numbers in advance. Payment must be made via your child’s ParentPay account. If you have not yet activated an account please contact the school office for information.

Yours sincerely,

Jenny Rigby
Headteacher

___________________________________________________________________________

Reply Slip- The Big Breakfast – Please return to reception

Childs Name:_________________________  Class:____________

Please tick appropriate box R :

My child wishes to have a Big Breakfast 

 

 
 

 

 

Egg Roll

 

 
 

 

 

Bacon Roll

 

 
 

 

 

Sausage Roll

 

 
 

 

 

Vegetarian Sausage Roll

 

 
 

 

 

Payment of £1.50 has been made via ParentPay 

 

Signed _____________________________ (Parent/Carer)