As you know we have been cashless since 1st September 2016. This means that we will not be accepting any more cheques or cash in school for your child’s dinner money.
You will now be able to pay for your child/ren’s school meals / Trips and Uniform online and payment will be taken by debit or credit card there and then. Please note you will need to have an email address as your receipt for your records will be sent to that email address.
Go to www.schoolmoney.co.uk – this will take you to the homepage. In the top right hand corner you will see the ‘parents click here to login’ click this button which will take you to the next page.
1. Input your mobile number, email address and password (that was given by the school)
2. Type in your child’s first name only (you can type any child’s name if you have more than one in school) then click confirm.
You will now be taken to the payments screen. You will now be able to view each child’s dinner money account and make payments.
If you are unsure of how to use this system please come to the main office and leave your name and contact number as we will arrange a support session. If we should receive a high volume of interest in those who require support, we will arrange for a group demonstration of the system.
Thank you for your continued support.
Administration and Finance Teams
Dear Parent/ Guardian,
For arts fortnight Year 1 will be learning all about African culture. We will be exploring African music, dance and cultural dress. On Wednesday 28th March, the children will be participating in an African dance workshop. We would like to invite you to come to a special African dance performance at 2:55pm- 3:15pm on this day. We also ask that you bring your child dressed in African clothing on this day (bright colours and patterns).
Mrs R Dauncey
Year 1 Teacher
We are offering your child in Year 3 a place to take part in a workshop, Cartouche Painting & Egyptian Dance on Wednesday 28th March 2018. It will take place in school at 9:00am and finish at 3:00pm. The workshop will include activities based around our Term 2 topic of Ancient Egypt.
Your child will need to wear school uniform as usual. They will also need to bring in their PE kit, as this will be needed for the Egyptian Dance part of the workshop.
This educational visit does not require a voluntary contribution.
Please return the reply slip to the class teacher. All consent forms must be returned to school by Wednesday 21st March 2018.
If you have any concerns please speak to your child’s teacher.
S. K. Heath (Ms)
Senior Office Manager
Mr. Knibbs and Mrs. Davies have re-arranged the coffee morning for Friday 16th March 2018 at 9.00 a.m. in the Infant Hall. Miss Magee the Pastoral Leader of the trust will also be there.
This is an opportunity for parents to come in and talk about school, what is going well and what more, if anything, would you like for your children.
Come and have a chat over a drink and a biscuit. Your views are important to us.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Mr A Knibbs
Mrs S Davies
Date: Thursday 8th March 2018
It is World Maths Day on Monday 12th March and children will be doing Maths activities for the day. To make this a memorable experience we would like children to dress up as Rockstars – they can use their Times Table Rockstar avtar as a source of inspiration for their outfit. Alternatively, children can dress with a number themed outfit.
World Maths Day for Year 6 will be on Tuesday 13th March.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs R Bi
Schoolmoney have changed the login in page for parents. Therefore to now access your child's account you will need to do the following:-
1) Open the schoolmoney website - schoolmoney.co.uk
2) In the top right hand side of the screen select SIGN IN
3) A drop down will appear of 5 options, please select PARENTS LOGIN
4) This will now take you to the normal login page where you enter your mobile, email and password details.
People in Birmingham are being encouraged to check that they, their children and teenagers have had two doses of MMR vaccine following confirmation of cases of measles within the city.
Public Health England (PHE) West Midlands is working with Birmingham City Council and local NHS partners to make sure that anyone in the city who needs an MMR vaccination is aware, following confirmed cases of measles in children in Birmingham. Most of the recent cases had not received the required two doses of MMR vaccine.
If children and young adults have missed these vaccinations in the past, it’s important to take up the vaccine now from GPs, particularly in light of the recent cases in Birmingham.
Parents should check their child’s Red Book to see if they’ve received MMR vaccinations as scheduled, or check with their GP surgery if they are unsure.
Measles symptoms to be aware of include:
- high fever
- sore, red, watery eyes
- aching and feeling generally unwell
- a blotchy red brown rash, which usually appears after the initial symptoms.
We are delighted to announce that Highfield Junior and Infant School have been awarded the Silver School Games Mark Award. This is an exceptional achievement for Highfield School and is testament to the continued hard work from the department. We look forward to welcoming a new academic year where we will continue to prioritise providing these opportunities for our children.
This academic year 184 of our key stage two children have been engaged in weekly out of school hours learning. We have provided 440 places for children in 62 sporting competitions and had 129 children officiating and leading sporting events.
The School Games Mark Award has been running since 2012 and recognises schools for their commitment to school sport. The criteria to be awarded the Mark include providing children with 2 hours P.E per week, engaging pupils in competitive school sport and providing extra-curricular opportunities. With a large intake of pupils across our Trust the threshold to meet the criteria is exceptionally challenging.
Director of Sport
The Prince Albert Community Trust