Please respond to our Google form about the schools reopening here

Letter from Mrs Dowding and Mrs Fisher about schools reopening

All Reception 2020/2021 responses need to be back to us by 27th April 2020 - Responses can be sent via email at: stcadocsprm@cardiff.gov.uk

Please click here for information from Cardiff City Council regarding COVID-19

NURSERY APPLICATION FORM CLICK HERE - Closing date 29th June and must be returned by email to stcadocsprm@cardiff.gov.uk

LEARNERS WHO ARE ARE REGISTERED AND ATTENDING HUB PROVISION WILL NOW ATTEND IN RUMNEY PRIMARY SCHOOL. ANY QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT TELLUS@STCADOCS.COM

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Any new requests for childcare provision, where parents and carers in key-worker categories have no other safe alternative, must be registered here: www.cardiff.gov.uk/keyworkerchildcare.


Once registered, parents will be contacted by the designated hub school to arrange admission at the earliest possible opportunity.

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Cardiff City Council have informed us that over the Easter Holidays if you have a child eligible for a Free School Meal you will receive a letter from the Council detailing how you may redeem a voucher to the value of £40 as a contribution towards your food needs over the two week Easter period.

Please read the letter we posted out to parents available by clicking this sentence.


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If you are not getting text messages from the school please update your mobile number with the school office by emailing tellus@stcadocs.com with your name and the name of your child/children.

Newsletter

Please click the picture to read our latest Newsletter:

Friday 24th April 2020

Google Classroom

Please find handy guides on how to set up and log in to your child's Google Classroom, by pressing the button or watching the video.

Children and young people from Cardiff are being encouraged to take part in this year’s Ideas World Cup!

The aim is to unite cities, countries and continents with a common and social purpose. The objective this year is: “Mitigate the social and economic impact caused by the Covid-19 crisis”.

The Ideas World Cup has been held since 2015. Since then 34,836 ideas from 22 cities in 15 countries have been generated in an unprecedented competition that achieved a global impact of more than 80 million people.

There are lots of online events to take part in and all entries must be added by midnight tonight.

The winners will get on-line training and mentoring to turn their ideas into reality!

Contact: Childfriendlycardiff@cardiff.gov.uk to get involved and take part.