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Oak Bites - 1st June 2020

OAK BITES 1st June 2020

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Dear Fair Oak Family,

 

Happy Monday. I hope that you all had a lovely weekend. Today was the first day we had some of our year 6 children in. It was great to see them all and to hear the usual year 6 chatter in the classrooms and on the playground. Today we had 59 year 6 children in school, in addition to our 50 Key Worker/Vulnerable children.

 

INSET day – As I’m sure you are aware, Friday 19th June is an INSET day. This means that school will be closed to Year 6 children and Key Worker/Vulnerable children.

 

Information for those sending their children into school

Thank you for your patience this morning at the green gate. From tomorrow we will have two lines at the green gate:

  1. One for Key Worker/Vulnerable children
  2. One for the 1B and 1D group (next week this will be the 2B and 2D group – the other groups enter the site via the school field)

 

Each child will have a thermal image taken, so that we can monitor their body temperature – this will also be the same for those entering the school field. In addition, Key Worker/Vulnerable children will need to make their lunch orders at the green gate. As you can imagine, your child’s safety is our paramount concern, so your patience is greatly appreciated.

 

A few extra points

  • Bubbles – a number of the year 6 children were unaware of their bubbles – please could you remind your child which bubble s/he is in.
  • Named water bottles need to be sent in, as some children didn’t have water bottles.
  • Sun cream – please send your child into school with sun cream (which they can apply). You may also want to send them in with a sun hat.
  • Playtime and lunchtime – the children won’t have access to playground equipment. Please do not send your child in with anything from home.
  • Uniform – thank you for your support with the uniform.
  • Hand cream – Children are washing their hands at least 6 times a day, so you may want to send your child into school with some hand cream. Please also encourage your child to dry their hands thoroughly.

 

Have a good few days.

 

Mr De Silva

  • Fair Oak Junior School
  • Botley Road, Fair Oak, Eastleigh
  • Hampshire, SO50 7AN
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