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Year 3: Miss Jones

Welcome to Year 3's Class Page!

 

Staff: Miss Jones & Miss McDougall

 

First of all, a very warm welcome back to school and to KS2!

I am so happy that I get to spend another year with you all and I cannot wait to get started. We have lots of work to get going on and  know that you will all be as enthusiastic and excited about your return as I am! 

 

If you have any questions before or about our return please give me an email on: missjones@bellevaleprimary.co.uk

 

I will try and answer any queries as best I can!

 

Attendance

 

It is so important that your child is in school every day and on time. Persistent absences will have a huge impact on your child's learning and can prevent them reaching their full potential.  

 

However, if your child is showing any symptoms of COVID-19 then they should not be in school. You must inform the school immediately if your child or anyone in your household shows symptoms of COVID-19 or takes a positive test. 

 

Uniform

 

All children need to wear school uniform everyday. On days where children have a PE lesson, Monday and Wednesday, children must come in to school in their school PE kit. A tracksuit may be worn over the top. 

 

School bags will not be allowed at the moment. Children must only bring a coat, packed lunch (if they are having one) and a water bottle. Water bottles must go home each day to be cleaned.

 

​​​​​​​Lunches and Fruit

Dinner times will be staggered across the school with the dining room being cleaned between the different bubbles. Children who bring a packed lunch will be eating their lunch separately from those on hot dinners. 

 

Dinner is £2.00 per day or £10.00 for the week and should be paid through 'Eduspot.' (See link below)

 

https://www.bellevaleprimary.co.uk/online-payments/

 

 

Reading

 

Reading is still a huge part of your child's education. School books will not be going home at the moment but children will have plenty of time to read in school. There are some excellent websites to access free e-books. Oxford Owl (https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk) has a great selection of e-books which match the books children would usually take home.

 

Hygiene

 

Children will be required to wash their hands regularly throughout the school day, including on their entrance to the building. Please show your children how to wash their hands thoroughly. Children will be reminded about 'Catch it, Bin it, Kill it' policy for sneezes and coughs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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