The announcements made today by the First Minister regarding the impending ‘fire-break’ will not affect primary schools, so we will still be closed for one week only during the half-term break and we will be welcoming everyone back as planned on Monday 2nd November. Breakfast club will continue to run as normal, so please remember … Read more
Could all Mini-World parents/customers please check their Mini-World SeeSaw accounts to find important information from Sandy. Thanks in advance.
A useful guide from NHS Wales. what-to-do-if-your-child-needs-to-self-isolate
We understand that many parents will be concerned about the recent number of schools affected by absences due to coronavirus. However, it’s really important to stress that the figures widely reported in the media today do not represent the number of positive cases…they represent the level of absence caused by pupils and staff having to … Read more
While we understand that mornings can be busy, may we ask that you make every effort to ensure your child has everything they need before they leave in the morning i.e. water bottles, lunch bags, coats etc. as due to current restrictions we currently cannot accept any items at the office to pass down to … Read more
If your child needs time off for a medical appointment or you need to inform us about an absence please let the school office know by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 01978 820991. Class Dojo should only be used to communicate with teachers about class related matters. Diolch
https://gov.wales/wrexham-county-borough-lockdown-frequently-asked-questions Overview Following a sharp increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Wrexham County Borough Council area, new restrictions have been introduced to reduce the spread of the virus and protect public health for people living in the area. The restrictions come into force at 6pm on 1 October 2020 and will be kept under review. The … Read more