The Friends of St. Teresa’s (FOST) formed in March 2018 as the St. Teresa’s RC Primary school’s Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). Continue reading “Friends of St. Teresa’s”
It is imperative for children to be in school every day, unless they are unwell. If your child is absent from school or you wish to inform us of an appointment during the school day, you must inform the school by completing the form here Child Absence Form on the first day of absence before 9:30am. Continue reading “School Attendance”
School dinners are a popular choice with many children at St Teresa’s. The majority of pupils enjoying a hot, school dinner every day.
Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM)
All children in Reception up to the end of Year 2 qualify for the government incentive Universal Infant Free School Meal (UIFSM). This means that all children in these year groups are entitled to have a school meal free of charge.
We do hope that after Christmas we may be able to start offering some extra-curricular clubs again. We appreciate how difficult it is for parents to provide these kind of activities outside school.
St Teresa’s offer a number of extra curricular clubs, providing pupils with fun activities, extra skills and development opportunities. Continue reading “Extra Curricular Activities”
Wraparound Care – Breakfast / After School / Holidays
Please Note – During the COVID 19 PANDEMIC we have had to cancel our Breakfast and After School Clubs. We are however, looking into alternative provision via bubbles and will let you know as soon as we are able to offer any after school childcare arrangements. This will more than likely be after the Christmas holiday, if we are able to put this into effect.
Wraparound care including the breakfast and after school clubs are led by the Governing Body and School senior leadership team and operated by established members of staff who are well known to pupils. Continue reading “Wraparound Care”
Children are expected to look smart at all times in school.
Please note that during the COVID 19 pandemic, we are not insisting on children wearing school uniform if parents are unable to get this washed and dried and are unable to provide clean clothes for their child each day. However, we note that most parents have still dressed their children in uniform, which is really great to see and we thank you for this.