Please use the main front door to drop off Infant pupils – the Infant playground is closed due to ice.  Some Junior paths/entrances have been cleared bu do take care on ice. Thank you.
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Please use the links below –   yattoninfantschool.parentseveningsystem.co.uk   yattonjuniorschool.parentseveningsystem.co.uk
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Following the escalation of North Somerset to a RED WEATHER warning by the MET office from 3pm today, we have decided to notify everyone we will be closed tomorrow (Friday).   This is the first time a red warning has ever been issued in the South West….. 
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Further to our correspondence yesterday, and taking further advice this morning, we have decided to close both schools this afternoon at the earlier time of 1.00pm to allow pupils and staff to get home safely.  The school gates will be open at 12.50pm and pupils 
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We have been seeking advice and based on the current Met Office forecast, it is likely that that the weather conditions will go downhill in the afternoon tomorrow.  In order to ensure that all children and staff get home safely, we may consider shutting the 
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Both schools will be open as usual today.  We will continue to review the weather forecast over the next couple of days.  Please continue to check your emails and the school website for more information. Thank you.
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Yatton Federated School Association’s (YFSA) next meeting is tomorrow night, Wednesday 17th January 2018.  Come and join us for a drink at The Market inn from 7.30 and find out whats going on.  All welcome.
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Following all the Christmas plays, a cheque for £361.48 was sent to CHSW which was the chosen charity of the School Council this year.  An impressive sum which is much appreciated by the charity.
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