I am writing to inform you of a change to the initial calendar dates sent out at the start of this term. The Prince Albert Community Trust have decided that all five schools will close on Thursday 17th December. This will allow for appropriate cleaning of all sites, before the buildings close down for the Christmas period.
We thank you for your ongoing support at this challenging time and wish all of our families who are celebrating, a very Merry Christmas.
As we move towards the festive period, staff and children in Year One are planning their Nativity performance. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, sadly, we will not be able to have the usual set up where parents would normally be invited to attend.
As a result, we are planning on putting together a nativity video for Year One parents only. Children and staff will be working hard over the coming weeks to plan, practise and record their performance to share with their parents and guardians.
The video will be uploaded online and shared with you via a private link. Only people who have the link will be able to watch the video, as the video will not be available for the public to view online. We plan on sharing the special link to the video with you via text message/email.
In order for your child to take part in the Christmas celebration video we require your consent. Please be aware, that although Prince Albert Primary School will do all it can to ensure that the video will not be shared with unauthorised parties it cannot take responsibility for the video once it has been sent out to parents/carers.
We would be very grateful if you could please complete the consent form below by no later than DATE: Friday 04th December Please note, we will only allow children who have consent to take part in the Christmas nativity video so it is very important that the consent form is completed and returned to school by the above date.
Click the link below to view the permissions slip.
We are pleased to announce that The Active Wellbeing Society can offer a new free equipment loan service for Birmingham and North Solihull communities. The items will be available to loan for a minimum of 2 weeks, and TAWS are following Covid-19 safety precautions so we can safely continue to offer this service during lockdown. Items available include sports and physical activity equipment, as well as gardening tools- to keep the whole family active! You can request items through the form below, and the TWAS will be in touch within 72 hours to confirm and arrange your loan.
Please note they are piloting this initiative in only the following areas of Birmingham: Birchfield, Holyhead, Handsworth, Aston, Soho & Jewellery Quarter, Newtown, Lozells, North Edgbaston, Ladywood, Balsall Heath West, Bordesley & Highgate, Nechells, Perry Common, Stockland Green, Erdington, Gravelly Hill, Bordesley Green, Heartlands, Small Heath, South Yardley, Sparkbrook & Balsall Heath East, Tyseley & Hay Mills, Ward End, Alum Rock, Yardley West, Stechford, Kingshurst, Fordbridge, Smiths Wood, Glebe Farm & Tile Cross, Shard End, Hobs Moat North, Greenhill, Billesley, Highters Heath, Druids Heath & Monyhull. If you live outside these areas or are unsure, please contact: email@example.com
In order to continue to support eligible parents and pupils with access to free school meals (FSM) during the October half term, Birmingham City Council have retrospectively provided a one-off supermarket eVoucher for each eligible pupil in Reception to Year 6. Birmingham City Council have provided these voucher codes which can be redeemed online for a range of supermarkets.
If you are eligible and have received a text message from school with your digital eVoucher cheque, please follow these steps to order your supermarket eVoucher:
Over the next 4 weeks EYFS will be starting their Journey to cycling using Balance Bikes as shown in the image and using BritishCycling Ready Set Ride scheme. You can access all the videos and resources here readysetride.co.ukto support your child’s learning of these new skills at home.