Hard copies of these letters will have been sent home with your child.  
We endeavour to keep our parents well informed by providing copies here too. 

This website includes Google translate,  top right of the page , so parents and visitors can translate our website into any of 100+ available languages.
Craneswater Junior School does not take responsibility for any grammatical errors which may occur with these translations, such as the inability to translate specific files like pdfs and graphics (e.g. .jpgs, .gifs, etc.). However we hope that this will help you to access all the information that you need about our school much more easily

Whole School Letters

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

May 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,
Y5 AND Y6 PSHE CURRICULUM

There will be a meeting for parents and carers only, to discuss the summer term PSHE programme for Y5 & Y6 pupils on Wednesday 6th June at 6.00pm in 5PW classroom.

The learning covered comes under the heading of ‘relationships and sex education’. However, children in Y5 will learn about hygiene and the body changes associated with puberty, whereas children in Y6 will actually focus on ‘relationships and sex’.

At the meeting, you will have the opportunity to talk to the staff involved, see the materials used, and also to ask any questions you may have.

In order to arrange seating, would you please complete and return the attached reply slip to the school as soon as possible and by Tuesday 5th June at the very latest.

If you do not wish your child to attend the series of lessons, please let your child’s class teacher know in writing, stating the reason for this and we will arrange for them to do other work in another area of the school. Before making a decision, we would encourage you to come along to the meeting and discuss any concerns with staff.

Should we not hear from you, we will assume that you wish your child to attend these lessons.

Yours sincerely,



Ms C. Lawrence
PSHE Coordinator

----------------------------"-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CRANESWATER JUNIOR SCHOOL
PLEASE RETURN THIS REPLY SLIP TO THE SCHOOL OFFICE BY TUES 5th JUNE

I / We will be attending the Sex & Relationships Education Programme meeting on Wednesday 6th June at 6.00 pm.


Signed ……………………………………………………..

Parent/Carer of: …………………………………………………………….. Class ……………

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk





21st May 2018


Dear Parents and Carers,


As part of Y6’s enterprise week, the children are creating mini businesses in the style of ‘The Junior Apprentice’. The children will design a company name, logo, advertising strategy, edible product and packaging. They will then sell their merchandise on Friday 25th May (at break time) to the rest of the school. We would like to request that children bring in a small sum of money that they can then spend on the stalls. A pound or two will be more than enough.

Similar to previous years, the profit raised by the children will be put towards resources for year 6 next year.


We thank you in advance for your continued support.



Year 6 Teachers

Year 3 Letters

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

1st May 2018

Dear Parents
Re: 3B Class Visit
A visit has been organised for the year 3 children to enhance the local geography work they are covering within the National Curriculum. This visit is totally dependent on contributions and if there is insufficient support it may be necessary to cancel the visit. The details of the visit are as follows:

Venue: Spinnaker Tower Gunwharf Quays
Date: Monday 21st May 2018
Leaving school at: 9.00 am
Returning to school: 1.00 pm
Type of activity: Surveying land use and going to the top of the tower
Method of transport: Mini-bus
Party consists of: 30 children accompanied by at least 4 adults
Cost of Visit: £5.70

The children are expected to wear school uniform, sensible footwear and a coat for outdoor weather. They need to bring a packed lunch to school. Due to the trip taking place on a Monday, we will not be able to order and supply packed lunches to those children entitled to Free School Meals. If you have informed us that your child requires medication due to allergies, e.g. an inhaler, please ensure that we have this in school. We will not be allowed to take your child on the trip without it.

Please complete the permission slip below and return it to your child’s class teacher OR post into the secure payment box in reception, as soon as possible and at the very latest by Thursday 17th May 2018.

Yours sincerely,



Year 3 Teaching Team


Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

1st May 2018

Dear Parents
Re: 3B Class Visit
A visit has been organised for the year 3 children to enhance the local geography work they are covering within the National Curriculum. This visit is totally dependent on contributions and if there is insufficient support it may be necessary to cancel the visit. The details of the visit are as follows:

Venue: Spinnaker Tower Gunwharf Quays
Date: Monday 21st May 2018
Leaving school at: 9.00 am
Returning to school: 1.00 pm
Type of activity: Surveying land use and going to the top of the tower
Method of transport: Mini-bus
Party consists of: 30 children accompanied by at least 4 adults
Cost of Visit: £5.70

The children are expected to wear school uniform, sensible footwear and a coat for outdoor weather. They need to bring a packed lunch to school. Due to the trip taking place on a Monday, we will not be able to order and supply packed lunches to those children entitled to Free School Meals. If you have informed us that your child requires medication due to allergies, e.g. an inhaler, please ensure that we have this in school. We will not be allowed to take your child on the trip without it.

Please complete the permission slip below and return it to your child’s class teacher OR post into the secure payment box in reception, as soon as possible and at the very latest by Thursday 17th May 2018.

Yours sincerely,
Year 3 Teaching Team

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

1st May 2018

Dear Parents
Re: 3R Class Visit
A visit has been organised for the year 3 children to enhance the local geography work they are covering within the National Curriculum. This visit is totally dependent on contributions and if there is insufficient support it may be necessary to cancel the visit. The details of the visit are as follows:

Venue: Spinnaker Tower Gunwharf Quays
Date: Monday 21st May 2018
Leaving school at: 9.00 am
Returning to school: 1.00 pm
Type of activity: Surveying land use and going to the top of the tower
Method of transport: Mini-bus
Party consists of: 30 children accompanied by at least 4 adults
Cost of Visit: £5.70

The children are expected to wear school uniform, sensible footwear and a coat for outdoor weather. They need to bring a packed lunch to school. Due to the trip taking place on a Monday, we will not be able to order and supply packed lunches to those children entitled to Free School Meals. If you have informed us that your child requires medication due to allergies, e.g. an inhaler, please ensure that we have this in school. We will not be allowed to take your child on the trip without it.

Please complete the permission slip below and return it to your child’s class teacher OR post into the secure payment box in reception, as soon as possible and at the very latest by Thursday 17th May 2018.

Yours sincerely,
Year 3 Teaching Team

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk


Dear Parents
Re: 3W Class Visit
A visit has been organised for the year 3 children to enhance the local geography work they are covering within the National Curriculum. This visit is totally dependent on contributions and if there is insufficient support it may be necessary to cancel the visit. The details of the visit are as follows:

Venue: Spinnaker Tower Gunwharf Quays
Date: Monday 21st May 2018
Leaving school at: 9.00 am
Returning to school: 1.00 pm
Type of activity: Surveying land use and going to the top of the tower
Method of transport: Mini-bus
Party consists of: 30 children accompanied by at least 4 adults
Cost of Visit: £5.70

The children are expected to wear school uniform, sensible footwear and a coat for outdoor weather. They need to bring a packed lunch to school. Due to the trip taking place on a Monday, we will not be able to order and supply packed lunches to those children entitled to Free School Meals. If you have informed us that your child requires medication due to allergies, e.g. an inhaler, please ensure that we have this in school. We will not be allowed to take your child on the trip without it.

Please complete the permission slip below and return it to your child’s class teacher OR post into the secure payment box in reception, as soon as possible and at the very latest by Thursday 17th May 2018.

Yours sincerely,
Year 3 Teaching Team

Year 4 Letters

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

May 2018

Dear Parents and Carers
Re: SWIMMING INSTRUCTION – Class 4L – starting Tuesday 22nd May
Your child will be involved in swimming instruction every Tuesday afternoon, as part of the school curriculum for PE/Games for 9 weeks from Tuesday 22nd May. This will take place at Eastney Swimming Pool with two qualified instructors and two members of the school staff.

The children will be transported to and from the pool by the school minibus. The children will leave the school at 12.45 pm and return by approximately 2.15 pm.

On the day that your child goes swimming it will be necessary for him/her to bring a swimming costume (please see below) and towel in a waterproof bag;
• Boys should wear either swimming trunks or swimming shorts with the appropriate lining - above the knee please (no Bermuda shorts) this is for Health & Safety reasons.
• Girls should wear one-piece swimming costumes only.
• Children are welcome to wear a swim hat and goggles.
• If your child has a Verruca, please ensure they wear a Verruca sock. These are available from most chemists.
• The staff at Eastney Swimming Pool are also very strict on personal cleanliness. To avoid any embarrassment to your child, please remind him/her of the need to be especially clean with toe-nails and finger-nails trimmed on swimming days. Also any infections of the skin are notified to the class teacher, e.g. Verruca, open wounds etc. The children will not be allowed to swim if they are wearing a dressing over a wound.
• Please be aware that earrings should be removed or covered with micro pore tape that can be purchased from the chemist.

If you have informed us that your child requires medication due to allergies e.g. an inhaler, please make sure that we have this in school. They will not be allowed to go swimming without it.

If at any time your child is unable to swim, please send a letter of explanation to the class teacher.

In the past the children have enjoyed and benefitted greatly from the instruction at Eastney Pool and I would appreciate it if you could ensure that they come properly equipped each week.

Yours sincerely

David Jones
Headteacher

Year 5 Letters

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

May 2018
Dear Parents

A visit has been organised for the children who will not be going on the Stubbington residential week to enhance the work they are covering within the National Curriculum. The details of the visit are as follows:

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Country Park
Dates: Wednesday 13th June 2018
Leaving school at: 9.00 am
Returning to school: By 3.00 pm
Type of activity: Team building, developing their understanding of the environment and orienteering.
Method of transport: 2 Mini Buses
Party consists of: 26 children with at least 3 adults.
Cost of Visit: £ 6.00

The children are permitted to wear non-uniform and will need to wear outdoor, comfortable clothing with sensible footwear. In the event of warm weather, please ensure your child has sun lotion and a hat. Children will also need to bring a packed lunch with a non-fizzy drink to school. If your child has free school meals, a packed lunch will be provided. If you have informed us that your child requires medication, e.g. an inhaler, please ensure that we have this in school on the day of their trip. We will not be allowed to take your child on the trip without it.

To enable your child to take part in this visit, please complete the permission slip below and return it along with your payment to your child’s class teacher as soon as possible and at the very latest by Friday 25th May as we need to confirm the booking by that date. Whilst we appreciate the cost of this trip is a voluntary, it will have to be cancelled if there is insufficient financial support.

Yours sincerely,
Mrs E Waterman
Teacher organising visits
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Craneswater Junior School
Please return this reply slip by Friday 25th May to your child’s class teacher.

Child’s Name: _____________________________________________________ Class: ______

I give permission for my child to take part in the visit to Queen Elizabeth Country Park on the Wednesday 13th June 2018 and I enclose a contribution of £____

Signed: ______________________________________________ Parent / Carer




Telephone: 02392734787 St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Fax: 02392296444 Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk



May 2018
Dear Parents

A visit has been organised for the children who will not be going on the Stubbington residential week to enhance the work they are covering within the National Curriculum. The details of the visit are as follows:

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Country Park
Dates: Friday 15th June 2018
Leaving school at: 9.00 am
Returning to school: By 3.00 pm
Type of activity: Team building, developing their understanding of the environment and orienteering.
Method of transport: 1 Mini Bus
Party consists of: 12 children with 3 adults.
Cost of Visit: £ 6.00

The children are permitted to wear non-uniform and will need to wear outdoor, comfortable clothing with sensible footwear. In the event of warm weather, please ensure your child has sun lotion and a hat. Children will also need to bring a packed lunch with a non-fizzy drink to school. If your child has free school meals, a packed lunch will be provided. If you have informed us that your child requires medication, e.g. an inhaler, please ensure that we have this in school on the day of their trip. We will not be allowed to take your child on the trip without it.

To enable your child to take part in this visit, please complete the permission slip below and return it along with your payment to your child’s class teacher as soon as possible and at the very latest by Friday 25th May as we need to confirm the booking by that date. Whilst we appreciate the cost of this trip is a voluntary, it will have to be cancelled if there is insufficient financial support.

Yours sincerely,


Mrs E Waterman
Teacher organising visits
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Craneswater Junior School
Please return this reply slip by Friday 25th May to your child’s class teacher.

Child’s Name: _____________________________________________________ Class: ______

I give permission for my child to take part in the visit to Queen Elizabeth Country Park on the Friday 15th June 2018 and I enclose a contribution of £____


Signed: ______________________________________________ Parent / Carer



Year 6 Letters

Telephone: 02392734787

St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

Dear Parents May 2nd 2018

RE: Day visit to Fairthorne Manor Activity Centre.
On Thursday 24th May, we have planned to take the children not going on the residential for a day visit to Fairthorne Manor. During the day the children will take part in three organised activities alongside their peers. An example of these could be ‘Jacobs-Ladder’, ‘Blind Trail’ and the ‘Climbing Wall’. The cost of this trip is being subsidised by the school but there is still a requirement for each child going to contribute £20 towards the cost. We have endeavoured to keep costs to a minimum by using our own school transport for the day.

Timings for the day:
Registration for the morning will be at 08:15
Leave school promptly at 08:30
Activities start 09:30
Activities end 15:30
Return to school at approximately 16:30

If the return time differs vastly, we will contact the school to ensure you are notified via text message.

Lunch is not included in the cost so you will need to provide your child with a suitable packed lunch for them to eat whilst there. The normal school guidelines for packed lunches will apply so please ensure there are no fizzy drinks or glass bottles. If your child is entitled to a free school meal, they will be provided with one on the day. If your child currently has ‘in-school’ medication, please ensure they have the appropriate medicines with them for the visit. As with all school trips, if they do not your child will be unable to attend.

Due to the extent of the activities, it would be advisable for your child to be dressed in old clothing and trainers as they may get dirty or wet. Please ensure they are also dressed appropriately for the weather on the day. This might include raincoats or hats and sun cream.


Please be aware that the school reserves the right not to include a child whose behaviour may indicate that he/she may put themselves or other children at risk.

Yours sincerely


Mrs De-Marco and Mrs Carter-Rowe
Trip organisers

--------------------"----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CRANESWATER JUNIOR SCHOOL – DAY VISIT TO FAIRTHORNE MANOR
Please return slip by Monday 21st May 2018

I enclosed my contribution for ____________________________________ Class: ________________of £20.00 cash/cheque to cover the cost of the visit.


Signed ……………………………………………………………………………...………… Date ……………………………..

Dear Y6 Parents and Carers,

To celebrate all of the children’s hard work this year, and the end of SATs, we will be having a picnic outside on Friday 18th May. Please could your child bring some suitable picnic food to share with friends for the event. Lunchtime arrangements will remain the same and children can order hot dinners as normal.
Regards,
The Year 6 Team

Hooke Court - Year 3

Beaulieu - Year 4 Year 

Stubbington - Year 5

Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour


Telephone: 02392734787
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

1st March 2018
STUBBINGTON STUDY CENTRE 2018

The Stubbington residential trip is fast approaching and under the regulations covering school visits, I must ask you to complete the attached parental consent/medical information form, which is completely confidential. This should be returned to the school office as soon as possible and at the very latest by Monday 21st May 2018. We are unable to take your child on the trip without the completed forms. A copy of the Local Education Authority’s Insurance Certificate relevant to school visits is also enclosed for your information.

A further 3 instalments of £45 are due on 2nd March, 16th April with the balance to be paid no later than 2nd May.

Departure Monday 11th June

Children will need to be at school by 08.40 a.m. on Monday morning. Suitcases and bags should be left under the shelter next to the recycling bins. Medication should be taken to the ICT Suite and handed to a member of staff. The coach will depart at approximately 09:20a.m. Parents are welcome to wait outside the school grounds to wave their children off. Please note that we will not be texting to confirm their arrival.

Return to school

On Friday 15th March the children will return at 14:30 p.m. We will send a text if this time changes. It is requested that all children are collected by a responsible adult from the middle playground inside the school grounds. The children will be allowed home as soon as they get back to school, but must be signed out by a member of staff. Please can we ask parents to wait in the middle playground and not outside the school on the pavement. Thank you.
Activities

Whilst at Stubbington, the children will follow a varied programme of environmental and team building activities. These will be on and around the Stubbington Centre. The children will be supervised by staff for all activities.
Pocket Money

Pocket money will be collected and looked after by staff. Pocket money should be in a purse or wallet, clearly marked with the child’s name and handed to a member of staff in the ICT suite before departure. The children will be allowed to obtain small amounts of money each day. A suitable amount would be no more than £10.00, supplied as change in £1 or £2 coins separated into 5 envelopes (one for each day). There is a tuck shop at the Centre, which sells sweets and souvenirs and a games room where children may wish to spend their money. Souvenir sweatshirts and puppets are available but must be pre-ordered and pre-paid with cash or postal order, payable to Stubbington Study Centre, please see attached order form for more information. Please place money and the order form in a separate envelope clearly marked and hand it to a member of staff in the ICT suite on the day of departure.
Medical and Dietary requirements

If your child has any special dietary requirements, please state on the attached form so that I can inform the centre.

Any medications that children have to take with them to Stubbington, need to be clearly labelled and handed to a member of staff in the ICT suite on the day of departure. Under no circumstances are they to be kept in their suitcase. Medicines will be administered by our staff at the Centre. Whilst the journey is a relatively short one, if your child needs to take a travel sickness pill, could you please make sure they take it in plenty of time and that I am supplied with a pill to give them for the return journey.
Accompanying Staff

Miss Smith Mr J Vaughan Mrs Nzegwu
Mr Dugan Mrs Canavan Ms Gilmore

Letters to and from home

All children like to receive a letter from home. If you wish to write, the address is:

Stubbington Study Centre
184 Stubbington Lane
Stubbington
FAREHAM
PO14 2ND

Please send a 1st class stamp with your child as we will be sending postcards home.

Emergency Contact

If it becomes necessary to contact your child in the event of an emergency at home, please use the following telephone number:

During the school day (8.00 am – 4.00 pm) phone the school office (023) 92734787

Outside of these hours, use the emergency Off Site Activities contact on 07508 874981

Finally, if you have any queries, worries or would like to contact me about any aspect of the visit, please do not hesitate to ask.


Yours sincerely


Miss E Smith
Teacher organising visit


STUBBINGTON SUGGESTED KIT LIST

It is a good idea to have two or three changes of clothing just in case. There are drying rooms should clothes get wet. Please name children’s clothes and belongings where possible.
Old trainers and Wellington boots (No ballet style pumps or flip flops) Two distinctive towels (1 large, 1 small) Name them if possible.
Anorak or warm waterproof coat
Teddy / Comfort toy / Book to read
Jumpers / sweatshirts
Tissues
Extra trousers (long) are essential for girls and boys. Preferably not jeans, as they are very uncomfortable when wet and take a long time to dry.
Toilet requisites, in a bag, including: soap & flannel; toothbrush & toothpaste; shampoo; deodorant etc. NO SPRAY CANS as this would set of the fire alarms.
Socks and underclothing for the week + spares.
Pyjamas or nightdress.
Hat or cap and gloves
Slippers – NOT slipper socks
Small rucksack / duffel bag for day use.
Dressing gown
Plastic bag for dirty clothes
1st class stamp
Inexpensive camera and film
Named shower cap for girls
Brush & comb
Pocket money (separated into 5 envelopes, named and with £2 in each)
Sun cream/block Depending on weather
A Kit List – This would be useful for the children to pack their belongings when we return.


Educational visit information and consent form (Please complete both sides)
Name of establishment CRANESWATER JUNIOR SCHOOL SOUTHSEA PO4 0PX
Personal details
First name of participant
Surname
Date of birth
Age
Male / Female
Address
Post code
Name of next of kin
Next of kin address during the activity (if different from above)
Post code
Contact no: Home Work Mobile
Name and address of participant's doctor
Telephone no
NHS no (if known)

Consent for the visit
The visit to Stubbington Study Centre
Date of visit 11th – 15th June 2018
I confirm that I have parental responsibility for
He/she is in good health and I consider him/her to be capable of taking part in the residential trip.
I acknowledge receipt of a copy of the insurance synopsis.
In the event of illness or accident, I consent to any necessary medical treatment, which might include the use of anaesthetics.
Signed
Please print name here
Address
Post code
Please detail any special dietary requirements or restrictions
Any additional information relevant to this trip

PTO

Educational visit information and medical form (please complete both sides)
Has the participant had any of the following?
Asthma or bronchitis Yes No
Heart condition Yes No
Fits, fainting or blackouts Yes No
Severe headaches Yes No
Diabetes Yes No
Allergies to any known medication Yes No
Any other allergies, eg material, food, plasters Yes No
Other illness or disability Yes No
Travel sickness Yes No
Regular medication Yes No
If the answer to any of these questions is Yes, please give details:

Does your child wet the bed Yes No
If it is considered necessary, do you agree to mild painkillers (eg: Paracetamol)
being administered Yes No
Has the participant received vaccination against Tetanus in the last 10 years? Yes No
Is the participant receiving medical or surgical treatment of any kind from
either their family doctor or hospital? Yes No
Has the participant been given specific medical advice to follow in emergencies? Yes No
If the answer to either of the last two questions is Yes, please give details here
(including name and dosage of any medicines/tablets):

In the event of any illness or medical treatment occurring after the return of this form and prior to the activity, I undertake to inform the group leader.
Signed
(for participants under 18 years of age)
Person with parental responsibility
Please print name here
Date

Consent for taking images
During our visit we are likely to take pictures and videos. We would like to use these in presentations, displays or in our own booklets, newsletters or publicity.
In the event of any images of my child being taken, I consent to them being used for educational purposes. Yes No
I understand that if my child is easily identifiable (eg a close facial shot) I will be informed first.
I consent to the images being used on the website Yes No
Signed
Person with parental responsibility
Please print name here
Date


Click on the image

Fairthorne - Year 6  

Educational visit information and consent form (Please complete both sides)
Name of establishment CRANESWATER JUNIOR SCHOOL SOUTHSEA PO4 0PX
Personal details
First name of participant Surname
Date of birth Age Male / Female
Address
Post code
Name of next of kin
Next of kin address during the activity (if different from above)
Post code
Contact no: Home Work Mobile
Name and address of participant's doctor
Telephone no NHS no (if known)
Consent for the visit
The visit to Fairthorne Manor Date of visit 21st – 25th May 2018
I confirm that I have parental responsibility for
He/she is in good health and I consider him/her to be capable of taking part in the residential trip.
I acknowledge receipt of a copy of the insurance synopsis.
In the event of illness or accident, I consent to any necessary medical treatment, which might include the use of anaesthetics.
Signed
Please print name here
Address
Post code
Please detail any special dietary requirements or restrictions


Any additional information relevant to this trip



Educational visit information and medical form (please complete both sides)
Has the participant had any of the following?
Asthma or bronchitis Yes No
Heart condition Yes No
Fits, fainting or blackouts Yes No
Severe headaches Yes No
Diabetes Yes No Allergies to any known medication Yes No
Any other allergies, eg material, food, plasters Yes No
Other illness or disability Yes No
Travel sickness Yes No
Regular medication Yes No
If the answer to any of these questions is Yes, please give details:



If it is considered necessary, do you agree to mild painkillers (eg: Paracetamol)
being administered Yes No
Has the participant received vaccination against Tetanus in the last 10 years? Yes No
Is the participant receiving medical or surgical treatment of any kind from
either their family doctor or hospital? Yes No
Has the participant been given specific medical advice to follow in emergencies? Yes No
If the answer to either of the last two questions is Yes, please give details here
(including name and dosage of any medicines/tablets):


In the event of any illness or medical treatment occurring after the return of this form and prior to the activity, I undertake to inform the group leader.
Signed (for participants under 18 years of age)
Person with parental responsibility
Please print name here
Date

Consent for taking images
During our visit we are likely to take pictures and videos. We would like to use these in presentations, displays or in our own booklets, newsletters or publicity.
In the event of any images of my child being taken, I consent to them being used
for educational purposes. Yes No
I understand that if my child is easily identifiable (eg a close facial shot) I will be informed first.
I consent to the images being used on the website Yes No
Signed
Person with parental responsibility
Please print name here
Date


Headteacher: Mr D B Jones
Deputy Head: Mr S Salmond
Admin Officer: Mrs S E Sivyour
St Ronan’s Road, Southsea, Hants PO4 0PX
Telephone: 02392734787
Email: admin@craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk
www.craneswater.portsmouth.sch.uk

16th March 2018


Dear Parents/Carers
FAIRTHORNE MANOR 21st – 25th May 2018

The Fairthorne residential trip is fast approaching and under the regulations covering school visits, I must ask you to complete the attached parental consent/medical information form, which is completely confidential. This should be returned to the school office as soon as possible and at the very latest by Friday 27th April 2018. We are unable to take your child on the trip without the completed forms. A copy of the Local Education Authority’s Insurance Certificate relevant to school visits is also enclosed for your information. You will also find attached a suggested kit list of items your child will need to bring on the trip.

We would like to remind parents that the 1st instalment of £100 is now due. If you haven’t already done so, please can you send payment into the office asap. The final instalment is due at the very latest on 20th April.

Departure Monday 21st May

Children will need to be at school by 08.40 a.m. on Monday morning. Suitcases and bags should be left under the shelter next to the recycling bins. Medication should be taken to the ICT Suite and handed to a member of staff. The coach will depart at approximately 10.00a.m. Parents are welcome to wait outside the school grounds to wave their children off. Please note that we will not be texting to confirm their arrival.

Return to school

On Friday 25th May the children will return at 14:30 p.m. We will send a text if this time changes. It is requested that all children are collected by a responsible adult from the middle playground inside the school grounds. The children will be allowed home as soon as they get back to school, but must be signed out by a member of staff. Please can we ask parents to wait in the middle playground and not outside the school on the pavement. Thank you.

Emergency Contact

If it becomes necessary to contact your child in the event of an emergency at home, please use the following telephone number:
During the school day (8.00 am – 4.00 pm) phone the school office (023) 92734787
Outside of these hours, use the emergency Off Site Activities contact on 07508 874981

Finally, if you have any queries, worries or would like to contact me about any aspect of the visit, please do not hesitate to ask.

Yours sincerely

Mr S Salmond
Teacher organising trip.
FAIRTHORNE MANOR
21ST May – 25th May 2018



on


Children must be prepared for ALL KINDS OF WEATHER, especially wet, windy and cold conditions!
KIT CHECK LIST

Sleeping Bag & Pillow
2 pairs of old outdoor shoes or trainers
1 pair suitable for getting dirty/wet for water activities.
Extra Blanket
Wellington Boots
Pyjamas, underwear & socks
Hat to protect against sun and cold
Plenty of comfortable clothing that can get dirty/wet
Lip Balm for chapped lips
Several sweatshirts, Jumpers, T-Shirts
High protection sun cream/block
Jeans, Tracksuits, Shorts
Mug or unbreakable cup
Waterproof coat, trousers, clothing
Torch and spare batteries
Two towels, soap and toilet kit
Bin bag for dirty clothes
Hairbrush, tissues
Length of cord and clothes pegs
Smart casual clothing for disco
Postcard/paper & stamped adressed envelope.

Cameras are the child’s responsibility. MOBILE PHONES/EXPENSIVE CAMERAS & ELECTRICALS ARE NOT TO BE BROUGHT, AS THEY ARE NOT COVERED BY THE SCHOOL INSURANCE.
Pocket money is limited to £10 for the week. £2 should preferably be placed into five small envelopes and placed inside a named bigger envelope.
Should you wish to write to your child, our camp address is:
Craneswater Junior School
Y.M.C.A.
Fairthorne Manor
Curdridge Southampton SO30 2GH

Click on the image