Safer School Meeting 2022 – UPDATE

We had a good meeting today with Ian Bartlett, Crime Prevention Officer from Shropshire Council, Many thanks for all of the questionnaire which were returned.

It is, and always has been a great concern about the road/crossing outside school and the traffic passing through the village and this was evident in the parent questionnaires. Sadly the safer school scheme only relates to the school building and its grounds NOT the road outside.

We have asked Ian for his advice and he has recommended that ANY incidents/near misses outside of the school building relating to the traffic or any issues crossing the road etc, should be informed to school. We will then log these and have the evidence to back up the community/parents & staff concerns.

If anyone would like to discuss this further please call in to the school office and speak to Mrs Smith.

Myddle Fest PTA & Raffle Ticket Sale

The PTA will be selling raffle tickets after school on Friday (24/06), they will be £2 each

You will also be able to order your Myddle Fest Tickets, advanced ticket price of Adults £5 / Kids £4. This ticket price includes either a burger/hot dog and the Exotic Zoo Show. Cash or Cheques (Myddle PTA).

Full details below:

Myddle Fest 2022

Corbet Open Morning Reminder Yr 5 & 6

Just a gentle reminder that The Corbet School Open Morning for Year 5 & 6 is taking place next Tuesday (28.06.22).  Tours will take place at the following times:

12 noon

If you have any questions please give The Corbet a ring on 01939 260296

Lichfield Cathedral Trip – 7th June – Rhino Parents

Don’t forget the early start in the morning!!!

Please bring your child to school for 8am, the main school gate will be open.

They will need their packed lunch, waterproof coat and sensible walking shoes.

We will post the arrival time back in Myddle on the school website but it will hopefully be around 4pm. A copy of the original letter is attached for all details.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ring school on 01939 290834

Mrs Smith

Trip Letter

Jubilee Celebration “The Big Lunch” 5th June 12pm

Please come along to this jubilee event on Sunday, 5th June, 12pm onwards on the school field. Bring your picnic, bring your kids and bring the sunshine too if you can!

The event committee will be holding a “Hat” competition for the children. They must make a hat, then decorate it, get creative, then bring their finished masterpiece along to the event.

Judging & Prizes will be presented at the end of the event!

If you have any questions regarding the competition or the event please give school a ring on 01939 290834

COVID-19 Guidance – Notice to ALL Parents

Please see below a table for a reminder of the current COVID-19 guidelines we are following.  Please pay particular attention to the second scenario relating to colds, headaches, sore throats and tummy aches etc.


Next Steps

Child shows symptoms of COVID-19

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • a loss or change to sense of smell or taste

Child must self-isolate for 10 days, or until a negative PCR test result has been received.

Lateral flow tests should not be used if a child has symptoms. 

Child feels unwell e.g. cold, headache, sore throat, tummy ache etc. but has no main COVID-19 symptoms.

We would strongly advise that you take your child for a PCR test and keep them at home until a negative result has been received.

Someone in the household receives a positive PCR result.

All household contacts of a confirmed positive case should undertake a PCR test, with or without symptoms, and should remain home and not come into school until a negative PCR is returned.

Rapid lateral flow tests will not suffice.

If the PCR result is negative, then pupils can return to school but we would advise that a further PCR test is taken after 4 or 5 days as a precaution.  Pupils can continue to attend school whilst waiting on the second PCR result.

Child is identified as a close contact of someone (outside of their household) who has had a positive PCR result.

We would strongly advise that you take your child for a PCR test. However, they can continue to attend school as normal whilst waiting for the results, unless they have any symptoms of COVID-19 or feel at all unwell.