Personal Belongings

We request that students wear clean, dry shoes at all times while in the school and ask you to ensure that your child has two pairs of shoes; one pair of runners for indoors and another pair of weather appropriate outdoor footwear. Indoor shoes could be the runners used for physical education. In order that the "lost and found" does not overflow, we request that all items your child wears or brings to school be clearly labelled with his/her name. Prior to breaks, all items not claimed from the Lost and Found will be donated to a local charity.

Students should not bring valuable items (i.e. game systems, cell phones, iPods, jewellery, toys, etc.) to school. These items are often lost and are seldom recovered. The school cannot accept responsibility for such items, although we will always make a sincere effort to help out a student who runs into this kind of a problem.

Lost & Found

In order that the "lost and found" does not overflow, we request that all items your child wears or brings to school are clearly labelled with his/her name. Prior to school breaks, all items not claimed from the Lost and Found will be donated to a local charity.

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