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School Dinners

We are going to trial hot dinners in year 6 for the first two weeks after half-term. If this works well, we will look to provide this service to all of the key stage 2 classes (years 3 to 6).

The process will include parents deciding on the meals, staff collecting in the menu choices in the morning and informing the kitchen. It is therefore important for the children to know what has been ordered.

At lunchtime, the meals will be brought up to the classrooms on covered trays, to be eaten. The trays and the food waste will then be taken back to the kitchen at the end of lunch. 

We will closely monitor the process and make any adaptations where required,in order to see how we can roll this out to the other year groups.


Individual Photographs

Dear Parents/Carers

The photographers will be in school on Friday 23rd October to take individual pictures of your children.

We normally have sibling photographs on the same day but at the moment we are unable to offer this service due to the current situation. If circumstances change then the company, Kittle Photographers, said they will be able to return and take sibling pictures.

All of their photographers will be wearing face-masks and visors.

Your child will be given a photo ticket and order form at the end of the day. This will give instructions as to how the orders can be made. All orders will be online only as the school will not be able to accept cash payment.

Once ordered, the photographs will be sent to the school. There is the option of having them posted to your house but that will be at a cost of £4.25.

Year 6 pupils will need to wear a white polo shirt and school jumper, even though it is their PE day.





Published on 5th September

Dear parents,

It was wonderful to see our children returning to school on Friday. We have missed them. They looked so smart in their school uniforms and were clearly ready to start their new learning and meet their new teacher.

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September Parents Update

Published on 2nd September

Wembley Crest web


Dear Parents/Carers,

Welcome back to the start of a new academic year. It has clearly been a very difficult, unsettling period for our families and staff. We are now looking forward to welcoming all our children back to school.
I would also like to take this opportunity to warmly welcome all our new families. I look forward to meeting you over the next few weeks.
I am sure that you are aware that school will again be compulsory from September. We know that returning to school is so important for our children’s education and for their well-being. As a school we have ensured that we have put in place and agreed with governors and the local authority a detailed Risk Assessment.
You will find details below of what we have put in place and what we are now asking from our families as part of our system of controls.
Absolutely vital is that parents do not send a child to school who is unwell/displaying symptoms of Covid-19.
The medical advice is clear: you must self-isolate if you have coronavirus symptoms or live in the same household as somebody who does. The main symptoms of coronavirus are:

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Published on 7th July

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope you are your families are keeping well.
We have been busy updating our school risk assessment to reflect the recent government guidance for the full opening of schools.
We will be open fully in September. The term starts for staff on Wednesday 2nd September. We have 2 staff training days. The children will start the new term on Friday 4th September.

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