Summer School 2021 - Summer Breeze


Dear Parent / Guardian

Summer Breeze

Monday 26th July - Friday 30th July 2021

We are delighted to be able to invite your child to attend our Summer School which will be taking place during the summer holiday. It will not only work to enhance your child’s literacy and numeracy skills but will also further develop your child’s’ confidence, teamwork and leadership skills. It’s also an excellent opportunity for your child to get to know our school in anticipation of their arrival in September. Summer school will take place from 26th July to 30th July and will cover a range of fun and engaging activities and will be free of charge.

Students need to be in school at 9:15am and will leave at approximately 2.45pm. We will provide a snack at break time and a hot or cold lunch each day at no cost.

We would also like to offer you the opportunity to see the excellent work carried out by your child at summer school by attending afternoon tea at 1.00pm on Friday 30th July. Further details about the afternoon tea will follow at the beginning of summer school.

As I am sure you can understand, your child's attendance to every day of summer school is very important to us. As such, 100% attendance to summer school is required and will be rewarded.

If you would your child to attend summer school, please contact the school office on 0151 525 2630

Yours sincerely,

Miss L Collins Associate Assistant Vice Principal

Summer School

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