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Letter to parents from Public Health England

Published on 05 November 2020

Please read the letter below from Dean Wallace of Public Health England to help parents and children to keep safe in the new lockdown. Thank you.

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So Generous!

Published on 25 October 2020

A huge thank you to everyone for your contributions this half term, it is very much appreciated and shows what a caring community South Normanton is.

The organisers of the local foodbank were so pleased with our collection for Harvest festival, which weighed a whopping 133.8 kilograms.

Thank you also for the funds raised on Standup Derbyshire Day and at our non-uniform day last week.  This helps us to pay for toys and supplies such as chalks and bubbles for playtimes, new games and rewards that are not funded...

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Parent and Teacher Meetings

Published on 07 October 2020

Dear Parents, 

We would like to invite you to discuss your child's progress via an appointment by telephone with their class teacher, as we cannot see you face to face at this time.  We are sure that you will find these appointments useful and informative. The teachers will be able to contact you on the following dates and times;

Miss Naylor (Y1 Gillmor class) Monday 12 Oct 1.15 to 5.15

Mrs Smith (Reception, Picasso class) Tuesday...

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Stand Up Derbyshire Day

Published on 17 September 2020

On Friday 25th September 2020, The Brigg will be proud to join in this fun day of sports and fitness.

The aim is to be as active as possible all day, in all lessons including lunchtime!  We are planning dancing, disco playtime, The Big Run, sports, Big Maths and more.  

We will be asking all the children to pay £1 each to raise money for much needed new sports equipment and in return they may wear fun sports clothes of any colour!

Remember to wear trainers...

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Annual Flu Immunisation

Published on 09 September 2020

All pupils at The Brigg are entitled and encouraged to have a free Flu vaccine at school this year.

It is via the nose so is pain free.  NHS nurses will visit school to administer the vaccine. 

This will greatly help the NHS to cope with both Flu and Coronavirus this winter. 

Click on the link below to find the QR code for your consent form. 

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