Welcome to Cardiff Muslim Primary School
CMPS LATEST NEWS:
Annual Estyn Report (2020/2021)
CMPS has been noted in the Annual ESTYN Report for our pioneering approach to wellbeing which we can all appreciate has been very important since the pandemic. 'At Cardiff Muslim School, there has been a focus in the school on addressing the wellbeing of staff and pupils. There is a feelings box in each class and regular assemblies on achieving happiness. Each child has been given a ‘happiness journal’, which they write in every day, and staff address any concerns’.
|First Day of Term||6th September 2021|
|Half Term||25th October 2021 - 29th October 2021|
|Last Day of Term||17th December 2021|
|Winter Holidays||20th December 2021 - 5th January 2022|
|Further Information||INSET Day: 1st November 2021|
|First Day of Term||6th January 2022|
|Half Term||21st February 2022 - 25th February 2022|
|Last Day of Term||14th April 2022|
|Spring Holidays||15th April 2022 - 2nd May 2022|
|Further Information||INSET Day: 25th March 2022
EID Holiday: 3 - 4th May 2022
|First Day of Term||5th May 2022|
|Half Term||30th May 2022 - 3rd June 2022|
|Last Day of Term||21st July 2022|
|First Day of Summer Holidays||22nd July 2022|
|Further Information||POLLING Day: 5th May 2022 EID Holiday: 11 - 12th July 2022|
COVID MEASURES:The school is now fully open, and our pupils are now onsite. We are allowing parents to attend the school for registration/admission by appointment only.The Cardiff and Vale Test, Trace, Protect Service (TTP) has identified that significant numbers of people who test positive for COVID-19 do not have any of the three most common symptoms during the early stages of infection.
- A requirement that children who are ill stay at home. If anyone else in the household is ill you must immediately inform the school and your child needs to self-isolate at home.
- Thoroughly and frequently washing hands
- Coughing into the crease of your elbow
- Sneezing into a tissue and putting it in the bin before washing your hands (catch it, bin it, kill it).
- Enhanced cleaning arrangements
- Formal consideration of how to reduce contact, maximise distancing between those in school wherever possible and minimise potential for contamination so far as is reasonably practicable
At CMPS we are planning on reducing contact in the following ways:
- Grouping children together in class group bubbles (which have been expanded for this year)
- Avoiding contact between different bubbles
- Asking staff to maintain distance from pupils not in their bubble and from other staff in school as much as possible
- Salah in school will be done in class bubbles and the older children will be required to bring in their own travel prayer mats which will be labelled and kept in school.
- Break and Lunch times will be staggered
- Limited number of children allowed to visit the toilet at one time
- parents’ duty to ensure that their child attends regularly at school where the child is a registered pupil at school and they are of compulsory school age;
- parents’ duty to inform school on the first day of absence the reason for the absence; this is all the more important in the current climate;
- schools’ responsibilities to record attendance and follow up absence
We would ask that you do not send your child to school if they become unwell, especially if they or a member of their household has symptoms of the coronavirus. These are:
- A high temperature (more than 37.8C)
- Continuous cough
- Loss of smell and taste
- talk to your child in a positive way about school, seeing friends and teachers again.
- help them to understand how social distancing works and make sure they can wash their hands properly themselves.
- let them know that school may seem a bit different, but their teachers are doing everything to make sure that it is safe.
NEW SAFETY PRECAUTIONS