Support for Parent/Carers
For two weeks over the school summer holiday Church of Our Saviour is offering a children’s picnic bag scheme for those who are struggling at the moment.
This will be available for the following 2 weeks:
Monday 26th - Friday 30th July and Monday 23rd - Friday 27th August.
You can dip in and out as suits you.
What will be included?
A choice of ham/ham & pickle, cheese/cheese & pickle, tuna or jam sandwich
A choice of carrot sticks, cucumber sticks or baby tomatoes
A choice of an apple, satsuma or banana
A choice of apple or orange juice
A bag of crisps
The picnic bags must be pre-ordered – Please complete ONE FORM PER CHILD
If this is something that you would be interested in the order form(s) for your child/children is included. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact either: Claire - 07807 472414 or Judy - 07946 535198
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please return this form to the school office by Wednesday 21st July at the latest or email a copy to email@example.com
The Clothes Rail
The Clothes Rail goes, this is for everyone, not just those struggling financially. This will be available for everyone to access on the following days;
> Monday 26th July - Thursday 29th July, 10-11:30 am
> Monday 23rd August - Friday 27th August, 10-11:30am
Hope to see you soon
Claire Musselwhite, Judy Woosnam and the My Picnic Bag Team
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