The staff at Gayton are really missing you all. School is very quiet without all of our wonderful children and supportive parents. We know it is hard trying to incorporate home learning around your own work commitments while you are all at home: many of us are having the same struggles as you are – so thank you for showing the passion we have
The Local Authority have asked us to share with you the link to this book. The brilliant Axel Scheffler has produced a book about Covid-19 Coronavirus just for children – and it’s available as a FREE download. Click the book to download. The Gruffalo illustrator worked with consultant Professor Graham Medley, two head teachers and a psychologist to make sure the book got the
Our new Separated Parent policy can now be found in the policy section on the website. The policy has been written in conjunction with our Data Protection Officer and some parents who kindly gave up their time to read through the policy and fed back to us to ensure we had addressed all issues faced by separated parents when dealing with school. The policy
Our new dinner menu launches in the first week after half term on Tuesday 5th November (Monday 4th November is an INSET day). The new menu is full of ideas from the School Council, in response to Pupil Questionnaires from before the summer holiday. The new menu sees Pizza as a main option for all children, rather than being a halal/vegetarian option, a reduction
Dear Parents and Carers, You may remember our previous correspondence regarding the leadership and management of Ridgeway Infant and Gayton Junior Schools earlier this year. The governors of both schools agreed that the best course of action for both schools was to facilitate Mrs Dale and Mrs Hill as Acting Headteachers to explore the effectiveness of joint, collaborative working and how this joint working
We launched our free Gayton Junior School app this week. Please have a good look around: the app will allow you to return permission slips, update your contact details and provide us with absence information. It will also allow us to send you key messages to keep you all up-to-date and there is an events calendar which you can download to your device! The
Your child should have brought home a letter this week about the launch dates of our brand-new free app from Parentapps that will greatly improve the way we communicate with families. This will be the only way we communicate with parents by message from now on – the app will replace the previous Groupcall text message system, so it is really important that you
Apologies: due to some printing errors on names and some stories missing their endings, we are doing a recall on all Wonderful Writers books that were sent home yesterday. Please return your books to school ASAP and we will send home a new copy. Many thanks.
We took part in #SaferInternetDay2019 on Tuesday 5th February. This year’s theme was ‘Together for a Better Internet’ – everyone has their part to play in making the internet a safe place for our children. During the day we shared “5 Top Tips” for keeping children aged 7-11 safe online via the school’s Twitter account (@GaytonJunior). The top tips can be found below:
Are you eligible for help to pay for your childcare? The Government helps many families with childcare costs, whether you have toddlers or teens, you could get support. Visit Childcare Choices to find out more about what you are eligible to receive and how to make childcare as cost effective as possible.