Month: December 2020

Christmas Concert 2020

Can we once again say thank you so much for your continued support over the Autumn Term. Putting together a virtual concert was never going to be the same as a concert with a live audience, but we are truly proud of what the children and staff have achieved.

We hope you enjoy the show. Please click the picture link to watch:

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Newsletter 04/12/20

In case of a positive Covid test result – If you contact the school to inform us of a positive test result there are some questions we will ask you, so that we can pass them on to Track and Trace.

  • Child’s name
  • Year Group
  • Last Date in School
  • Your address
  • Child’s Date of Birth
  • Contact Telephone Number
  • Symptoms – Cough/Fever/ Anosmia (lost of taste and/or smell)
  • Date of swab
  • Was the child in school of the day of the 1st symptom onset/swab?
  • Was the child in school on the two proceeding days to onset/swab?
  • Was the child in school during 5 days after onset/swab?

Hamper Raffle – We have received a donation of a lovely hamper which we are raffling to raise funds for the school. If you would like to buy tickets please go to Squid/ Trips & Offers purse/ Raffle – Hamper. Tickets are £1.00 each and you can buy as many as you like.

Free School Meals over the Christmas Holidays – The council will be supporting free school meal children by offering either a payment or a food parcel over the Christmas holiday period.  If you have previously received a payment you do not need to do anything. If you have not received anything previously you can either contact the school by 16 December to request a food parcel delivery or await email instructions on how to apply for payment.

Our School Christmas Dinner is next Friday (11th December) If you haven’t done so already please complete this quick questionnaire. Please complete the form even if your child will be bringing a packed lunch, so we can gauge numbers.

Next Friday is also our Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children, pupils are invited to wear their Christmas Jumper in exchange for a donation to the Charity.

Lateness – We are seeing an increase in the number of pupils who are arriving at the school gates after 9.00am. Please try to be on time. Remember you can bring siblings at any time from 8.30 to 9.00am to Gate 1 on Trafalgar Place.

Elf Day – Thank you to everyone who has supported the staff with their Elf Day today, in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society.

School Christmas Parties – These will take place during the last week of term, children are asked to bring in some party food for themselves, as we are unable to share like we normally do. The party food should be in addition to their normal school dinner or packed lunch.  Children are welcome to dress in party or fancy dress clothes. Please see below for which day each class is having their party.

Monday 14th December – Y1/2H

Tuesday 15th December  – Y1/2L, Y5/6E, Y5/6D

Wednesday 16th December – LFPR, LFPM, Y1/2B Y3/4N, Y4/5J

Thursday 17th December – Y3/4T

Last day of Term – Friday 18th December, we come back on Monday 4th January 2021

Year 6 Leaver’s hoodies. If you would like to order these in time for Christmas. Please click on this link to go to your login page . Or alternatively go to our website and click on “Login” at the top of our home page.

Your login details are as follows: USERNAME: SL52921  PASSWORD: 52921brynmill

You can share these login details with everyone in the year and each person can order and pay for their hoodies online. They can choose their own style, colour and size. Price includes delivery to your home address. We have set the shop to close on the 06/12/20 so please let everyone know that they must place their order by then.

If you haven’t filled in the questionnaire we sent a couple of weeks ago about including your child’s name on the back of the hoodie, please complete this as well.


At the time of writing we have not had any positive Covid cases at Brynmill. We would like to thank parents and carers for continuing to keep everyone safe by:-

  • Wearing face masks at drop off and collection time.
  • Answering our questions as to whether everyone in the immediate family is well, and if there are any Covid symptoms.
  • Socially distancing on the pavement outside school.
  • Seeking medical advice if the children or anyone in their immediate family develops any of the Covid symptoms.
  • Keeping children away from school while they or family members await test results.

We continue to try to keep everyone safe in school by:-

  • Keeping children in class bubbles.
  • Regular hand washing or hand sanitising.
  • Having a one way system in school.
  • Regular cleaning throughout the school day of high touch points such as door handles and hand rails.
  • Regular cleaning of class chairs and tables.
  • Disinfecting or quarantining shared equipment such as ipads, books, stationery and play equipment.
  • Wearing face masks at drop off and collection time.
  • Keeping visitors to the school to a minimum.
  • Socially distancing in class rooms and staff rooms.