Unfortunately, due to the lack of changes in government guidance, Teesdale School are having to cancel the planned evening transition events in the week commencing 5th July. This is very disappointing, however, with the guidance as it is, they would be unable to safely facilitate these events within the guidance.Please find below the letter which Teesdale School have e-mailed to the parents of the Year 6 pupils this morning to explain this.If you are sending your child to Teesdale School in September, please could you check that you have received a copy of this letter, as the e-mail address’ Teesdale have for some parents have bounced back.If there have been any changes to your e-mail addresses, please could you contact Teesdale on firstname.lastname@example.org with the updated contact details so they can update their records.
Please click on the below link to read a letter regarding the year 5 and 6 puberty talk to be given by our school nurse.
Please click on the below link to read the letter regarding the Year 4’s puberty talk with the school nurse.
Please click on the link below to view our school holiday dates for the 2021/22 Academic Year. This includes all our Personal Development (PD) Days as well.
Children in years 5 and 6 will be starting swimming lessons again after half term. Please read the below letter from Mrs Costello containing all the relevant information.
Durham Constabulary have a free service that allows the police and selected partners to send information and updates about what is happening in your area.
They have asked if we can provide the below information for any parents/guardians to have a read and contact them if they wish to receive this service. The scheme is called ‘ Keep in the Know`.
Keep In The Know is a free messaging service brought to you by Durham Constabulary where you decide when and how you are kept informed about the issues that matter to you.
We believe that by improving the flow of information between the community and its police we can all make a greater impact in the prevention and detection of crime and anti-social behaviour.
Email alerts are sent to particular groups and communities so the more information you tell us when you register, the better our messaging will be.
For example, if you indicate you have CCTV installed in your business or home, when a crime occurs or we are seeking a missing person in your area, we will contact you to see if you can provide invaluable help.
The more we know about you, the better our community resilience can be. Although it is not for reporting crimes or incidents, you can reply to emails and let us know what is affecting you. To sign up visit keepintheknow.co.uk or email your name, postcode and Email address to Steven.Richardson@durham.police.uk your local neighbourhood officer.
You can unsubscribe at any time.
Our school is delighted to be taking part in Royal Mail’s Heroes Stamp Design Competition,
honouring the heroes of the coronavirus pandemic. Please read the attached letter from Royal Mail explaining what the competition involves.
The designs are being posted tomorrow (Tuesday 25th May) and we ask if anyone has any objections to their child being involved in this project please contact the school today MONDAY 24th May 2021. The attached letter explains how your child’s details will be used.