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Due to unforeseen circumstances school will be closed on Friday 21st January 2022... Please visit the "Latest News" section for a statement from Dr Gifford... School will reopen on Monday 24th January 2022... After school activities start on Monday 17th January, sessions start at 3:20pm & finish at 4:20pm, pick up children from the Key Stage 2 gate... Breakfast Club and after School Forest club are now open to all children. Please contact the school office for more information.

Beat the heat

Although most of us welcome the summer sun, high temperatures can be harmful to your health. In one hot spell in August 2003 in England and Wales there were over 2,000 extra deaths than would normally be expected. The heat can affect anyone, but some people run a greater risk of serious harm. As our climate changes, hot spells are expected to be more frequent and more intense.

 

Below are links to Public Health England documents which tell you how to stay safe in hot weather, including how to keep your home cool. It tells you who is at greatest risk of ill health from the heat, how to recognise when you or someone’s health may be affected, and what to do if you or someone else becomes unwell as a result of the heat.

 

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