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Year 4 Anglo-Saxon Farm Jarrow Trip

January 28 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm


On Friday 28th January 2022, Year 4 will be visiting Jarrow Hall.

The children will travel by coach to the Centre. We will leave school at 9.00am and expect to return by

Although school is subsidising this trip, we must ask for a contribution of £ 11.00 per child towards
the cost of transport and any entrance/activity fees. Without parental contributions, the trip will be
unable to go ahead.
Payment can be made using ParentMail payments or with cash at the school office.

Your child will need a packed lunch for the trip. Please do not include sweets or fizzy drinks in packed
lunches. If you would like school to provide a packed lunch, please contact the office.

Your child should wear their full school uniform and bring a suitable coat for the expected weather.
If your child requires any medication, including an inhaler, please ensure that we have them in school
on the morning of the trip.

Consent forms must be completed by 21st January 2022.
Your child will be unable to take part in this trip if we do not receive signed consent from a


January 28
9:00 am - 3:30 pm

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