www.st-anns.sheffield.sch.uk 11 May 2018
May we draw your attention to the fact that there have been one or two isolated incidents of Scarlet Fever and Shingles in school. We have consulted the NHS advice line.
Scarlet Fever: High temperature, bright red tongue with white patches. The child feels very unwell. Infectious before the appearance of a rash and may not return to school until at least 24 hours after beginning medicine. Shingles: Blistered skin on torso. The blisters are highly infectious.
Please do not bring children back to school while still infectious.
Proud To Be Me. Forgiveness
R Zara Blythen and for showing forgiveness towards others as well as helping others
Y1 Christopher O’Brien find ways to forgive
Y2 Caoimhe Fitzpatrick setting a good example in how to forgive and how to apologise
and Maisie Loxley
Y3 Maria Freeman and for showing maturity and kindness to everyone , even if they make
Y4 Isla Iggo the wrong choices
Y6 Jakob Loxley and forgiving others quickly after an apology
No Birthdays This Week. Homeworkers of the Week: Jake Osborne and James Carden.
Bronze: Luke Abel and Maisie Shaw. Silver: Violet Buck and Alfie Beveridge
Music: Esme, Bailey, Archie. French: Alexa, Olivia, Jeffrey, Ella-Jo.
Year One Phonics:
On Monday next, 14 May at 9am, Mrs Brotherton will be having a phonics lesson where parents are very welcome to stay and watch!
Picture News. PSHE.
Some of you may already know about the Picture News resources we use in school to promote thought-provoking questions and British values. The resource has now expanded to include Picture News At Home, which is designed for you to share with your children and encourage continuing the dialogue. We will attach this to our newsletter every fortnight. www.picture-news.co.uk
Dates to Remember.