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Hats in Summer - for Primary students

27 April 2015

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HATS IN SUMMER - for Primary Students

Previously we have suggested that children wear hats in the summer months to protect them from the heat of the day when outside. However, with the heat now well and truly upon us it is our intention to EXPECT all children to wear a hat outside at breaks and lunchtime from MONDAY 4th MAY.

This will be strictly enforced with children without hats having to remain seated in the shaded areas around the playgrounds during their breaks. It DOES NOT have to be a BSB hat – it can be any a child has already.

Please help us to ensure the wellbeing of your child and reinforce this expectation in much the same way we would expect them to wear hat and gloves in the winter time.

Thank you

Mr. Allman, Head of Primary