Parents

This section of the website gives information for current parents. Class teachers will be adding important information for you on the relevant Year Group pages so please refer to this area regularly

Thursday 21st March

ParentMail messages - Outlook/Hotmail Spam Issue

We are aware of an issue with Outlook and Hotmail inboxes incorrectly classifying our emails as spam, meaning parents may be unaware of emails they are receiving from ParentMail. We have made contact with the provider and we are treating this as a high priority. In the meantime, we highly recommend all users download the ParentMail App to ensure you are receiving messages. We will update you as soon as this issue has been resolved, and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.


Monday 11th March

The children really enjoyed the World Book Day celebrations that were held in school today. All classes attended the Assembly and the children were delighted to watch the staff act out the story of 'Wanted! Ralfy Rabbit, Book Burglar.' There was much laughter and amusement! After Assembly the staff turned the hall into a library for the day and the children enjoyed visiting various areas to listen to stories. Other book related activities took place in classes during the rest of the day. It was lovely to hear the children talk about their favourite parts of the day and how much they had enjoyed the opportunity to focus on books.

We do hope you will continue to enjoy books with your children and take time to visit a local library. World Book Day tokens were given out today so do look in bookbags - these can be used in most bookshops!


*Royal Holloway Science Festival -Reminder*

The Royal Holloway Science Festival will take place on Saturday 9th March 10am -4pm. It is a fabulous opportunity for children of all ages to participate in practical science. 

Please follow the link below for more information.

https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/science-festival-2019/


Easter Holiday Activities

Please find attached below details of some local activity clubs and sessions that will be taking place around the area during the Easter break. 


Visitor and volunteer leaflet

Our visitor and volunteer leaflet, which contains information on our safeguarding and health and safety procedures - use of mobile phones, fire evacuation and emergency lockdown, etc - has been updated. The updated leaflet may be found on our Safeguarding 'page'. Hard copies are available from the school reception desk.


Tuesday 5th February

*The Royal Holloway Science Festival* will be held on Saturday 9th March 2019. It is a really exciting and inspirational opportunity for the children to engage in practical science. Please follow the link below for more information.

 https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/about-us/events/science-festival/


Sunday 3rd February 2pm

If the current conditons continue to improve as forecas,t the start time will be as normal on Monday 4th February. If there is still snow or ice please ensure your child wears suitable footwear for outdoor play on the playground or the fiield. The children really enjoyed time on the field on Friday. If boots are worn to school please send indoor footwear for changing.

Do continue to take care on paths and on site if the snow and ice remains.

Please continue to look at this website for any further updates.


7.40am 1st February 2019

SCHOOL IS OPEN. We have exteded the drop off time to 9.30am. Children should wear own warm clothes with suitable oudoor wear and come with change of footwear.

Parents are reminded to make their own decision regarding whether it is safe to travel  in the current conditions around the school. The school site may be slippery so please be aware.

Please watch for  parent mail  communications and this website as if the weather deteriorates we may need to close early today.


 28th January 2019

The weather forecast for this week suggests possible sleet/snow for our area. Please keep watching this website and your parent mail communicatioins for any relevant information.

Please be aware that in icy conditions the school playground could be slippery  - do take care on site. Children wearing boots to school should bring indoor school shoes to wear inside.


15th January 2019

Further to the ‘Save the date’ parent mail sent out yesterday, please see below the link needed to book your place at the Online Safety event that has been organised at Holy Trinity School, Benner Lane, West End, GU24 9JQ. Sharon Girling has spoken to parents at Crawley Ridge in previous years and those who attended spoke highly of the evening and the valuable information they received. Do be quick to book a place if you would like to attend as there is a limit on 200 for tickets and this event is being offered to all TAMAT schools.

To book a ticket for this event please register via Eventbrite using the following link;

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/e-safety-parent-presentation-workshop-tickets-54723145401

 


8th January 2019

Please find attached at the bottom of this page a flier from the Pine Ridge Children's Centre regarding a 'Making Your Money Work' course that is starting this week. All details on how to attend are contained in the flier. 


7th January 2019

Welcome back to school! The children had a busy start to the school year and we hope that they enjoyed a wonderful holiday with you over the Christmas break.

In the event of adverse weather this term, you will be kept up to date by ParentMail, communications from your class reps and this website. Please keep checking your comms!        


8th September 2018

Parent Governor ballot slips and instructions are being sent home today (Year 2 only) and tomorrow (Years R & 1).  The deadline for returning your votes is 12 noon on Friday 2nd November.  Happy voting!


26th September 2018

We have a Parent Governor vacancy at Crawley Ridge Infants and would welcome nominations.  A letter outlining the procedure for nominations and explaining the role of Governor was sent home with the children last Thursday.  If you are considering applying you will find the letter and nomination form under the 'Letters' tab.  The deadline for nominations is noon on Friday 5th October.


28th August 2018

We do hope you have all enjoyed a wonderful summer. The new term starts on WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5th.

Here are a few reminders:

Start of the day: KS1 ( Year 1 and 2) start their learning promptly at 8.45am.  Please note this new time. The classroom doors will open at 8.35am and it is helpful for children to be ready to enter their classes at 8.35am so they can sort their coats,  waterbottles, books etc at this time and be settled and ready to learn. Year R Pupils have individual start times on 5th Sept and then start at the same time as KS1.

If you have a child in Year 1/2 and are bringing a Year R child too, please bring KS1 children to their classroom first and then go to Reception.

End of the day: School finishes at 3pm. Please be in school on time ready to pick up your child.

School uniform:·The children are proud of their uniform and we teach them to look after their property in school. PLEASE help them by naming everything! Coats must have a hook to hang on pegs and it would be most helpful if parents could add a hanging loop to sweatshirts.

Important Year group meetings - Adults only - reminder

Year 1:Tuesday 11th September 7.30pm

Year 2: Wednesday 12th September 7.30pm

Year R: Wednesday 19th September 7.30pm

We do hope you will attend these important meetings.

We look forward to seeing you next week.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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