We would like to inform you of the following information regarding swimming for your child.
Swimming commences week beginning Monday 10th September.
Year 5 will swim on Mondays
Year 6 will swim on Tuesdays
Year 7 will swim on Wednesdays
Pupils must arrive at the school for 8.45am where a member of staff will walk them to the pool. Pupils are NOT allowed to wear any jewellery for swimming. Any pupils with long hair MUST wear a swimming hat. Goggles for swimming are permitted but a permission note from the parent/carer must be handed to the teacher before their swimming lesson.
Any pupils who cannot take part in their swimming lesson must report to the pool with a letter from their parent/carer giving the reason. If your class is not listed as swimming you will have a games lesson. Any weeks not listed as swimming will be games lessons.
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