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Attending School in September

17th July 2020

Please take a look here at the joint letter from Birmingham City Council and Mr Meadows, with information about returing to school in September. Also, find here a copy of the 52 page risk assement produced to show the steps the schopol have taken to ensure your childs safe return to school.  

#You've been missed!

14th July 2020

Birmingham’s #you’vebeenmissed campaign is to support children and young people, parents and
carers and professionals throughout the Covid pandemic. As part of the campaign, Lydia Stafford, a
Mental Health Nurse working in the Forward Thinking Birmingham’s early help team is leading 3
webinars to support parents. Please take a look a the poster and see what is on offer.

Letter from Mr Meadows about the end of year reports.

01st July 2020

Click here to read the letter about your child's end of year report. 

Half Term update from Mr Meadows.

22nd May 2020

Please click here for half term update from Mr Meadows

Mr Meadows' Questions and Answers On Reopening School.

19th May 2020

I'm sure you have lots of questions about what will happen when school does eventually reopen. Mr Meadows has written this letter, which might help answer some of those questions. 

Mr Meadows' Response To The Governments Announcement On Reopening Schools

12th May 2020

Please find Mr Meadows' letter in response to the Governments announcement on reopening schools. Here   

08th May 2020

Please find attached our school update, it will give you some idea about what we are doing for trasition for our year 2 children and also lots of ideas and help with your home learning. Please click here.

Parents with Children with Special Educational Needs

29th April 2020

The parents with children with special Educational needs might find this link very useful.  

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation has brought together information and resources to support families and carers of children and young people with severe learning disabilities during the coronavirus crisis.  Click here for more information.

 

 

Free School Meals Voucher Information

29th April 2020

Here you find a user guide for your free school meal vouchers, these vouchers have been sent out to those families who are in receipt of the correct benefits. We are informed any changes to your statues with regards to these benefit, but, if you have not been contacted by school then, you are not entitled to these vouchers.

Phonics: Letters and Sounds for home and school

26th April 2020

The Government have introduced new daily phonics lessons, please click here for the information.

Ramadan at Sladefield Infant School and Thornton Junior School

25th April 2020

Please find a letter giving information and guidance about about Eid during the current COVID19 crisis. Click here to read the joint letter from both Sladefield Infant School and Thornton Junior School. There is also guidance issued  from the  Muslim Council of Britain  (mcb.org.uk) Click here to read the guidance.

Welcome to Summer Term!

20th April 2020

Here is our newletter for our new term. Click here to read.

Safeguarding Our Childern

15th April 2020

A letter from Mr Meadows,about how were working together to keep our children safe, read it here

Mr Meadows’ Maltesers Rocky Road

06th April 2020

Mr Meadows has been busy in the kitchen today! Click here for the recipe. 

Easter Message From Mr Meadows

06th April 2020

Good morning, I hope you are all well and staying safe.  I have a number of updates for our families, Please click here to read my Easter holiday message.

A Message From Mr Ur-Rehman & Miss Saleem, Enjoy!

02nd April 2020

Free School Meal Information

02nd April 2020
School will be open on Thursday 2nd April from between 9am and 12pm for any parents/carers entitled to Free School Meals to collect their Tesco’s vouchers if they do not have an email address – these parents/carers will have received a text about this. ‘Grab Bags’ will also be available for these parents/carers from 12pm until 1pm. These parents will need an email address going forward, so it is important that you set up an email account and forward this to school as soon as possible.
 
Please note, if you have not been directly contacted by school, this means that our records show that you are not in receipt of the correct benefits to claim a free school meal.
 
Click here to check if your eligible to claim for free school meals.  

Free School Meals

01st April 2020

lease click here for information about how to claim you free school meals vouchers, which also includes a different system for the Easter Holidays. 

Our Staff are making Calls to you!

01st April 2020

Please remember - over time, our staff are completing ‘safe and well’ checks to see that you and your child are OK during this time.  Please do answer as it is lovely for your child to speak with someone from school, and our staff are enjoying it too.

 

 

Stay at home and save lives.

29th March 2020

Government guidelines on social distancing. Click here to read it.

A story that might help childen who are anxious at the moment.

29th March 2020

Dave the Dog is Worried about Coronavirus

A Southampton intensive care nurse has created a book to help reduce anxiety in children caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. The free online publication, entitled ‘Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus’, has already been downloaded 15,000 times and has received plenty of positive feedback. The book was written by Molly Watts, a staff nurse on the paediatric intensive care unit (PICU) at Southampton Children’s Hospital, who penned it after a nightshift last week.

The book for children and aims to give information without fear. With everything that is going on at the moment; big changes to children’s routines and lots of stories on the news it can be a really scary time for them. This book aims to open up the conversation about coronavirus and some of the things they might be hearing about it and provide truthful information in a reassuring and child friendly manner. 

Click here to read the story

 

Letter from Mr Meadows

29th March 2020

Good Morning,

I found this posted by a fellow Headteacher and I agree 100% with everything in it. Click here to read it

Educational Psychologist Support Offer

27th March 2020

Birmingham Educational Psychology Service is providing a telephone helpline for any parent/carers who feel they would benefit from a consultation with a psychologist to support them with any concerns arising at this time, for them or their families.  Please click here to find out more.

School Closed 30th 2020

27th March 2020

 

Dear Parents/Carers, due to low numbers of children requiring the school to be open, Sladefield Infant School will be closed on Monday 30th March to all children.  School will reopen for the minority of children from Tuesday 31st March.  

Safe internet use during the outbreak

25th March 2020

During the school closure its important that when the children are working online we keep them safe.  The UK Safer Internet Centre website can help families as their children are spending more time online at home. The website https://saferinternet.org.uk/ has resources for you to use at home,  that will be of particular use at this time. 

We have a lots of information on our E-Safety page found here

School Closed 26th and 27th of March 2020

25th March 2020

Dear Parents/Carers, due to low numbers of children requiring the school to be open, Sladefield Infant School will be closed on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th March to all children.  We will continue to offer the 'grab bag' lunches for all of those children who are eligible, who will receive a text message each morning.  

If you need to contact the school urgently on Thursday or Friday, please call the school on 0121 327 0662.  If your call is not answered, please email us on enquiry@slfield.bham.sch.uk  or send us a message via the 'Contact' page of the school's website.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) New Information

19th March 2020

As I am sure you all now know we will be closing on Friday for the foreseeable future as directed by the Government.  We are currently awaiting confirmation from the Government of the key workers they want to be supported by schools, for example doctors, nurses and police officers etc by us continuing to take their children into school. 

We will be asking you to let us know as a matter of urgency if you are employed in any of these roles and whether you want your children to attend school.  This will enable us to only have the necessary number of staff in school to teach the children and keep them safe.  You do not have to send your children to school but you must make adequate arrangements for them to be cared for at home.  The Prime Minister was very clear that children 'should not be left' with grandparents or others in groups vulnerable to contracting the virus.

We will update the website during the day once this list of key workers is published.

In the meantime please ensure that you have read the most up to date guidance from the Government about social distancing and other measures you should take to keep yourself, your family and vulnerable members of our community safe.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-on-social-distancing-and-for-vulnerable-people/guidance-on-social-distancing-for-everyone-in-the-uk-and-protecting-older-people-and-vulnerable-adults

Sladefield twinning with a primary school in Zimbabwe

22nd November 2019

Exciting News! Sladefield Infant School have had an amazing opportunity to be twinned with a primary school in Zimbabwe. Mwembe Primary School is a large school that is similar to our school. It is hoped that this collaboration will enable all the children to have a better understanding of each others values and rights, no matter where they are in the world. Click here and take a look to see our new international community in Zimbabwe which we are all part of.