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Dear Parent / Carer
From Monday 27th September we will be restarting our early morning club called “Little Tigers”. The club will open from Monday to Friday and starts at 8.00am in the school hall. Children should arrive at school through the main reception entrance.
We cannot provide breakfast, but for those parents who need to drop their children off at school early we offer an opportunity for the children to play games, learn new skills and catch up on homework.
The school subsidises most of the costs of this club and so we only charge £1 per child per day (£5 for the whole week).
Please contact the School Office for details of our “Little Tigers” facility and to book a place.
Family Learning is part of Coventry City Council and we provide workshops and courses for Coventry parents/carers.
Dear Parents / Carers,
If you have concerns about your child’s hearing you can book them in to one of our hearing screening clinics. The screening will be carried out by trained members of our school nursing team. If your child is identified as having a hearing problem they will be referred to the City of Coventry Health Centre for a further hearing test.
Signs of a possible hearing problem can include:
Inattentiveness or poor concentration
- Not responding when their name is called
- Talking loudly and listening to the television at a high volume
- Difficulty pinpointing where a sound is coming from
- Mispronouncing words
- A change in their progress at school
If you’re child has problems with any of these and you wish your child’s hearing to be screened then please contact your school nurse team. You can either call (asking for the School Nursing team) on 01926 495321 EXT: 7417 or send an email to email@example.com, stating your child’s name, date of birth and school.
Dear Parents / Carers,
We have all had a wonderful first week back at Southfields School and all of the children have settled in really well to the school routines and their learning. I have had the pleasure of being shown some superb pieces of work from children across the school and I am sure this will continue as the term progresses.
Nursery and Reception places available for September 2021.
Contact the office for information.
We have places available for children to start in September for our nursery and reception classes. If you know any families in the community who have not registered for a place please let them know we have places available. Children born between 1st September, 2016 – 31st August, 2017 will be eligible for a Reception place in September 2021and children born between 1st September 2017 – 31st August 2018 will be eligible for a Nursery place in September 2021. They can contact our office for further information.
Remote education provision at Southfields Primary School
Information for Parents
This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education where national or local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home.
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A change to the self-isolation period from 14 to 10 days has been announced, starting today.
People who test positive should continue to self-isolate for 10 days from onset of symptoms or 10 days from point of taking a positive test if asymptomatic.
Parents must inform the school if your child is ill and we recommend that if a child has any Covid symptoms that they get a test. For speed and efficiency book a drive in or walk in test, you will get results within 24hours. Speak to our Pastoral team if you need help with this. To protect the school community please inform the school of the results of the test immediately as it may affect others in school. If someone in your family tests positive the rest of the family members must isolate for 10 days. If your child tests positive please inform the school immediately via our email address firstname.lastname@example.org
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We believe that by wearing our school uniform all of our children feel part of our school and we are grateful to our parents for supporting us by ensuring that their children are sent to school each day wearing it. Although we prefer children to have a sweatshirt with the schools logo (available from school office), you can also purchase black sweat shirts or cardigans without the logo from local supermarkets.
Our uniform consists of:
We believe that by wearing our school uniform all of our children feel part of our school and we are grateful to our parents for supporting us by ensuring that their children are sent to school each day wearing it.
Although we prefer children to have a sweatshirt with the schools logo (available from school office), you can also purchase black sweat shirts or cardigans without the logo from local supermarkets.