Jewellery, valuables and personal possessions
Jewellery, including studs, should not be worn to school (unless it is of religious significance; please contact us if this is the case), for health and safety reasons. Please leave earrings, rings, necklaces etc. safely at home. Children who come to school wearing jewellery will be asked to remove it. If your child is to have his/her ears pierced, please ensure that this is done at the very beginning of the summer holidays. This means that studs can be removed at the start of the Autumn Term. Please support our school by ensuring that your child understands this rule.
Money should only be brought to school for school purposes. Please do not allow your child to bring money for any other reason. We can accept no responsibility for money in school.
We ask that children do not bring mobile phones to school. These can be very disruptive in the classroom and are easily mislaid. On the rare occasion that your child needs to have a phone in school, please write a letter stating the reason why and ask your child to hand their phone in to our school office before school begins.
We can accept no responsibility for mobile phones in school.
We also ask that children leave toys and other items of sentimental value at home. Children easily become distressed if toys are broken or lost. We provide a variety of resources and equipment for break and lunch time activities.