Here we are at the end of an extraordinary school year, with challenges unlike anything we’ve ever faced and we have achieved this together. Thank you.
There is a video end of year message from me.
This week’s free home learning resource are frames kits to sew and decorate. A lovely gift to send to loved ones that you are still unable to visit. Come and collect them by Wednesday 12 noon.
Free School Meal Vouchers
The last ecode for the government funded free school meals were emailed out to eligible parents on Monday. Please ensure you have downloaded your supermarket vouchers before Wednesday 22nd July as we will be unable to assist with any problems after this date.
Uniform for September (Click and Collect only)
Due to COVID19 we are unable to run our normal uniform shop and we are only accepting uniform orders through www.scopay.com – Please contact the office before the end of term if you need help registering.
Sizing guides are available on the uniform page of our website - www.ash-grange.surrey.sch.uk/school-uniform/
Teacher videos getting ready for September will be sent out Monday – in the editing stages now.
The daily cost of a school lunch will be £2.35 from September. Parents can pay online, and book lunches in advance, through www.scopay.com.
Attached to this newsletter is the menu for September and October.
As you know over the last few weeks I have been sharing some of the changes and plans that we have for September. We have created a special area of the school website www.ash-grange.surrey.sch.uk/getting-ready-to-move-up-september-2020/ to find all the details in one place. This will also have our September Risk Assessment for details of all the protective measures we are undertaking.
Last Day of Term for Key Worker only children
Wednesday 22nd July, school closes at 12.15pm(except Year 6 who are leaving at 12noon)
Your children will return to school on Thursday 3rd September.
Amazing Heathlands Newsletter
Attached is a newsletter from the Thames Basin Heaths Partnership (https://www.tbhpartnership.org.uk/). We have experienced a very warm, dry spring and this means our local heathland areas are at great risk from wildfires. So far, there have been fires at lots of local wildlife areas including Ash. Sadly, most of these fires were caused by the carelessness of visitors and have resulted in animal deaths and habitat destruction.
Happy Summer Holidays, please keep well and my kindest regards to you all.