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St Elphege's Schools Newsletter

With God all things are possible

The Federation of St. Elphege's Catholic Schools
Mollison Drive
Wallington
SM6 8PT

Telephone: (020) 8669 6306 ..........................................

Fax: 020 8773 9789........................................................................................................

E-Mail: stelphegesinfants@suttonlea.org
Website address : www.suttonlea.org/site/stelphegesinfants

Headteacher: Mrs. F Hawkes

 

Dear Parents, Carers and Children

DATES 2012-2013

AUTUMN TERM 2012/13
SPRING TERM 2012/13
SUMMER TERM 2012/13

Autumn Half term
Monday 29th October – Friday 2nd November

Inset Day
Monday 26th November

Last day of Autumn Term
Friday 21st December

Inset Day
Monday 7th January 2013

First Day of Spring Term
Tuesday 8th January 2013

Half Term
Monday 28th February – Friday 22nd February

Last Day of Spring Term
Thursday 28th March


First Day of Summer Term
Monday 15th April

Half term
Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May

Inset Days
Friday 24th May, Monday 3rd June, Tuesday 4th June

Last Day of Summer Term
Wednesday 24th July

 

Parents and carers can access all newsletters and information through our

Managed Learning Environment ( MLE )

http://fronter.com/sutton/login

Username : stelpheges

Password : parent

Parents and carers can view their children's year group at http://fronter.com/sutton/using their e mail username.319 and their e mail password. Infant parents and carers will be given their child's username and password until they are in year 3, when they will take responsibility for these as part of good internet safety practice.


This is a polite notice to ask parents to please NOT request members of staff as "friends" on Facebook.

This is against the school's E-Safety Policy. Thank you for your co-operation.

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With God all things are possible


 


Dear Parents and Staff,

Re: Meningococcal Septicaemia

South West London Health Protection Unit advice is that the risk to children or anyone outside an affected family is extremely small. Further cases of meningococcal disease are extremely unlikely even in close contacts. The bacteria that cause meningitis and septicaemia are very common. They are found naturally at the back of the throat or nose in about one person in ten in the UK. Most people have a natural resistance to the bacteria, and the bacteria rarely cause illness.

Antibiotics have been recommended for members of the family and all those who need antibiotics are contacted.

It is important to know the early signs and symptoms of meningitis and septicaemia.

General information on meningitis can be obtained from:

The Meningitis Research Foundation The National Meningitis Trust
http://www.meningitis.org http://www.meningitis-trust.org.uk
24-hour help line 0808 800 3344 24-hour help line 0845 6000 800


If your child is unwell and you are worried they are developing symptoms of meningitis or septicaemia, please seek medical help immediately.

 

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