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It's school enrolment week from 18-22 November. If your child is due to start P1 or early learning and childcare from August 2020, make sure you drop in to your local setting and enrol them. Lots more information available on our website ow.ly/AxDb30pPZgo ...

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Emma Jane Peel you're not too late!!xx

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We will remember them #lestweforget ...

With the cold and drizzly weather please ensure your child comes to school each day with appropriate clothing including a warm waterproof coat, hat, gloves and sensible footwear. Unless the weather is particularly wet children will be outside and therefore need to be warm and cosy. ...

With the cold and drizzly weather please ensure your child comes to school each day with appropriate clothing including a warm waterproof coat, hat, gloves and sensible footwear. Unless the weather is particularly wet children will be outside and therefore need to be warm and cosy.

Flu Vaccinations will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 12th November. The NHS has informed us that only children in P1, P2 and those children at risk due to health conditions will now be getting vaccinated. This is due to a national delay in batches of the nasal flu vaccine used in children.
It is hoped that the NHS will be able to catch up on P3 to P7 when more vaccine becomes available but this is very much dependant on staffing and available resources in pharmacies. Should you have any concerns or queries please contact your GP for further information.
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Flu Vaccinations will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 12th November. The NHS has informed us that only children in P1, P2  and  those children at risk due to health conditions will now be getting vaccinated. This is due to a national delay in batches of  the nasal flu vaccine used in children.
It is hoped that the NHS will be able to catch up on P3 to P7 when more vaccine becomes available but this is very much dependant on staffing and available resources in pharmacies. Should you have any concerns or queries please contact your GP for further information.

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When do the school photos need to be back?xx

Toni Davidson has Blake had his flu preventative yet??

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