Monthly Archives: April 2021

Planning to join Reception in September 2021?

30 Apr 2021

If you have received an offer for your child of a school place to join Reception from September 2021. YOU NEED TO ACCEPT THAT PLACE BY TODAY – Friday 30 April. ‘Late’ applications will only be considered after today. If you are not going to accept a place offered do please decline it today.

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French Year Group Online Briefing.

29 Apr 2021

Mme Chadier would like to present to our parents and carers our French curriculum, the learning your children do within the school and how you can support multilingualism within your own home.

We have added the appropriate zoom links to our calendar on our website.
We respectfully suggest you check that the zoom link works for you before the event starts.https://www.stjeromebilingual.org/our-calendar/

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Welcome

19 Apr 2021

We were delighted on Friday to make offers to 60 families to join us in Reception in September 2021.
These offers were made via Harrow Local Authority.

If you have received an offer from us could you please accept it, again via Harrow Local Authority, as soon as possible so we can begin the process of properly welcoming you to our school.

We appreciate it has been a really strange year and that you haven’t been able to come and visit us to see our school as much as you may have wanted to.
We look forward to meeting you, or in the case of our families who will be sending younger siblings to our school we look forward to welcoming you again.

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Have you ordered your child’s school lunch?

18 Apr 2021

What is your child having for lunch tomorrow?
Have you ordered your child’s school lunch?
You can now order them until the end of the school year.
If you haven’t ordered for tomorrow yet, why not do it this afternoon.

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A Prayer on the Death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

9 Apr 2021

God of our lives,
we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,
for his love of our country,
and for his devotion to duty.
We entrust him now to your love and mercy,
through our Redeemer Jesus Christ. Amen.

 

Obituary: HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh from BBC


It is sometimes difficult to talk to children about death. Marie Curie has some information about how to talk to children about this subject.
You’ll find it here.

The death of a famous person can also remind children of other people who have died, perhaps in your family. Do take time and go at the child’s pace. 

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