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School Dinners Price Increase

IMPORTANT - End of Day Procedure



Measles spreads very easily among those who are unvaccinated, especially in nurseries and schools. The best protection against measles for children and adults is to get both doses of the MMR vaccine. It is never too late to have these vaccinations.


The NHS also has the following advice for parents on measles.  Please see below:

Is my child too ill for school?


It can be tricky deciding whether or not to keep your child off school, nursery or playgroup when they're unwell.

There are government guidelines for schools and nurseries about managing specific infectious diseases at GOV.UK. These say when children should be kept off school and when they shouldn't.  Please follow the link for further details:


If you do keep your child at home, it's important to phone the school or nursery on the first day. Let them know that your child won't be in and give them the reason.


If your child is well enough to go to school but has an infection that could be passed on, such as a cold sore or head lice, let their teacher know.

September 2023 - School Dinner Menu

Payment for School Dinners- Years 3-6

PE Timetable and Kit Information

Swimming lessons


Swimming lessons, which is part of the national curriculum, take place at Crosby Leisure Centre on Thursdays.   Year 5 go during the Autumn Term, Year 4 during the Spring Term and Year 3 during the Summer Term.


The class will be collected at 9:15am and taken by coach, but please ensure that your child brings a suitable coat with them to school.  Your child should be on time as we won’t be able to wait for them.


Pupils must wear appropriate swimwear – trunks for boys, not shorts, and a one-piece costume for girls, not bikinis.  It is the policy of the school and the leisure centre that ALL pupils wear bathing caps, boys as well as girls.  Also, it would be helpful if long hair could be tied up. 


It is the School's policy that NO jewellery is worn including pierced ear-rings which must be removed regardless of when the child has had their ears pierced, we will still require them to be completely removed.  If your child suffers with asthma, they must have an inhaler available to take with them otherwise they will have to remain in school.

Head Lice Prevention and Treatment

School Entry Health Questionnaire (Reception)

MMR Back to School Advice

Information from NHS England re Strep A / Scarlet Fever

Road Safety - Parking Outside Schools