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Welcome Back!

A very warm welcome back to the ISB Primary Family. I am not sure who is more excited about Monday, the parents or the children.

Staff have been preparing all week to ensure a fantastic learning experience for all as the new school year begins, there is so much great provision planned. Above all, it is the happiness and wellbeing of each individual child which ensures everyone excels.

There is some important information for parents to ensure a smooth start to the new term. Firstly, we would like to ensure each parent is connected to Seesaw using their Family account. Full instructions are available here.

Please don't worry if you do not have your child's Home Learning Code for Seesaw. We are requesting all families to use their Family account as these details never expire and this will ensure you receive all relevant information. You will notice that there is now just one Seesaw app. If you require help to access your Family account, please just send a message in Seesaw.

Key information for starting the school year is pinned to the top of each Seesaw Journal. This will remain in place all year so that these links are always easy to find. Here you will find PE schedules, ART declaration link, calendar links etc.

A reminder that the Green and Pink passes remain in place to ensure smooth operations at the start and end of each school day. Full details are available here and new passes will be issued on Monday, so please check your child's school bag.

A reminder that all students must complete the ART Declaration Form every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evening. Please note that without this declaration, your child will not be permitted to attend school. The link for submitting this information is also pinned to the top of each Seesaw Journal.

Specialist lessons (PE, Music and Languages) will begin straight away, so please check the schedules also pinned to the top of each Seesaw Journal.

If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to message within Seesaw.

Kind regards,

Michael Everett

Head of Primary

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