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Ardnashee School, Derry
Lower Campus Canteen Closed: Dear Parents/ Carers The school canteen in LC will be closed on Mon 12 Oct- can you please send in a packed lunch or equivalent for your child.   It would be appreciated if you could place packed lunch in a plastic wipeable container with your child’s name on it and then place inside a plastic bag.  Thank you for your help with this matter.Mrs.D.Cartin Vice Principal 
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Extended Mid-Term Break

Dear Parent / Carer,

As you will be aware the NI Executive has announced that the mid-term break for schools and other education settings will be extended from Monday 19th October to Friday 30th October (inclusive).

In a letter to schools, the Education Minister, Mr. Peter Weir, has stated that –

“Education settings will be closed to all pupils during these two weeks including for vulnerable children and children of key workers. Schools and other settings will reopen on Monday, 2 November.

 

As this is an extension of the half-term break, it is not intended to be used for remote learning”.

 

Ardnashee School & College has provided a safe learning environment for all of our children and young people and we are disappointed that our term has been cut short with very little notice. However, we respect the NI Executive’s decision and support all measures that have been put in place to protect our community.

We look forward to welcoming our pupils back to school in the new term and thank all of you for your continued support and cooperation at this time.

 
Lower Campus Canteen Closed:

Dear Parents/ Carers

The school canteen in LC will be closed on Mon 12 Oct- can you please send in a packed lunch or equivalent for your child. 

 It would be appreciated if you could place packed lunch in a plastic wipeable container with your child’s name on it and then place inside a plastic bag. 

Thank you for your help with this matter.

Mrs.D.Cartin Vice Principal 

 
New Guidance Letter.

Firstly, I want to say a huge thanks you to our whole school community for making a very successful return to school possible for our pupils. It has been a real joy to see them settling back into school so well and they have shown remarkable resilience in coping with the many changes to school life.

Unfortunately, as you will all be aware we are now facing a period of time when the Covid 19 Virus appears to be on the increase again. Our goal as a school is always to have our pupils in school and try to keep everyone in our school community safe. With this in mind we are asking our whole school community (pupils, parents and staff) to be particularly careful at this time, both inside school and out in the wider community.

In order to keep our pupils as safe as possible we would ask everyone to pull together and adhere strictly to the Public Health Agency and Government guidance on how to stay safe. As a school community we need to obey the guidance and stick to the rules to try to protect everyone.

Many thanks for your continued patience and support during these very challenging times.

Raymond