Dear Parents/Carers

Well, we made it! Thanks for all your support and positive feedback. We now have our very own two week circuit breaker! Hope you have a safe and restful time.

As you know, we like to keep our standards high at Marus Bridge. That means teaching and learning, of course but safety and behaviour are vital too. Please note the reminders about school and Trust policies below:

Mobile phones should only be brought to school by children who walk in on their own in Years 5 and 6. They must remain in their pocket until they enter the classroom and then be given to their child’s teacher for safe storage. We allow this as a privilege but if a child uses their phone on school grounds this privilege will be withdrawn. This is for every child’s safety.

Children should attend school in their uniform which includes entirely black trainers or shoes with no logo. Studs may be worn but not for PE. Therefore, children must be able to manage their earrings by themselves and remove them for PE/games. We do not cover studs with plasters. Haircuts should be broadly ‘conventional in colour and style’, no lines, no mohicans or shaves below a number 2. Finally, children must not wear nail varnish or acrylics.

We will be following up on our policies after half term and thought it fair to give all parents a two week reminder.

Have a lovely time with your children. Look out for each other and yourselves.

Mr Gaskill

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