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It's very hot and we are looking at sensible ways to keep your child safe in the sun.

Please ensure your child is fully prepared for the hot weather:

  • Sun hat to be brought to school to be worn at all playtimes
  • Sun cream applied before school (UVA/B protection)
  • Water bottles brought to school and topped up throughout day

    We will

  • Provide additional shade — marquee
  • Provide additional quiet time activities and toys for children to play with in marquee
  • Limit your child's time in the sun
  • Encourage children to play in shaded areas around school grounds
  • Ensure your child has plenty to drink throughout ady
  • Review situation throughout this very hot spell

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