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Home Learning Letter 8th January
5th January 2021
4th January 2021
To finish their ‘Where would you build a city?’ project, Class 3 were challenged to build a skyscraper out of paper and nothing else! The very deserved winner was Harry. The skyscraper had an excellent support structure enabling it to stand tall without falling over. Well done Harry.
3rd January 2021
17 December 2020
15 December 2020
If you are a family on a low income you could get food vouchers for your children over the Christmas period.
The money to pay for these vouchers has come from the government through its COVID-19 winter grant scheme which
is over and above the other supportschemes already provided by Derbyshire County Council.
The family of every child who gets free school meals in Derbyshire schoolsbecause of low income can get a £30 food
voucher for the Christmas holidays.
You will get another voucher in February if you are still eligible, the amount will depend on the number of children who
qualify at that time. Some other families are also eligible based on financial hardship.
You will receive vouchers if you meet one of the following criteria:
• Have a child aged 3 to 18 in a Derbyshire school (nursery to year 13), eligible for free school meals because of low
• Have a child aged 3 or 4 not in a Derbyshire school nursery that receives free childcare and qualifies for ‘pupil premium’
based on low income (this is sometimes called ‘economic funding’).
• Have a child aged 2 that is eligible for free 2-year-old childcare because of low household income.
You do not need to do anything if your child already meets these criteria (see ourwebsite for full terms and conditions).
We will contact you and you should receive a payment by email or text message that should arrive by 21 December 2020.
If you have children and you do not currently claim free school meals or meanstested free childcare you may still be eligible.
For full details of the scheme or tosee what help and support is available, please visit Helping you through winter – Derbyshire County Council
11 December 2020
Parents and Carers Letter 11.12.20 (002)
10 December 2020
Throughout November and December the families and staff from St. Margaret’s collected an enormous amount of food and toiletries for the Reverse Advent Calendar to help Glossopdale Foodbank this year to boost Christmas supplies. Jane Redshaw a volunteer from Glossopdale Foodbank came to the school today to pick up the goodies and was overwhelmed by how much the school had generously donated.
Mrs Beaumont Headteacher commented “It’s been a tough year for everyone. The parents, children and staff from the school have really thought about our local community. I would like to say a big thank you to the children and their families for supporting this local charity”.
7 December 2020
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2nd December 2020
I have received some more amazing pictures of your Nativities. Keep it up.
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