EU families need to apply for EU settled status and this must be done before June or children will no longer be entitled to an education and you may lose all entitlements.
Thanks to parents and staff who have donated Christmas gifts for The Boste. The below donation was collected yesterday and is greatly appreciated by The Boste.
We’d also like to thank staff at the ‘Carden Avenue’ store in South Shields for their kind donations.
Thank you for the continued support.
We have found out about each part of the Christingle and made our own to take home.
EU families need to apply for EU settled status and this must be done before June or children will no longer be entitled to an education and you may lose all entitlements. Newcastle law centre is helping families fill in this form. If you need more information or help filling in the form, please contact Miss Cross or the school office.
This means you need to apply even if you:
- were born in the UK but are not a British citizen
- have a UK ‘permanent residence document’
- are a family member of an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen who does not need to apply – including if they’re from Ireland
- are an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen with a British citizen family member
If you need this information translated, please visit https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/eu-settlement-scheme-translated-information-materials
This Christmas we will working with the John Boste to collect gifts for children in the local area.We will be a drop off point and collecting for gifts for children aged 4 – 16.
Gifts should be handed to the school office by December 14th. Thank you for your continued support.
We made poppies and found out about remembrance day. At 11 o’clock we sat in silence and then Anthony placed our poppy wreath on our prayer table.