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Lost Property Update

Once again we have a number of school jumpers accumulating in the Lost Property, along with a few generic items such as drink bottles and lunch containers. All items that are clearly named are returned to students who will receive a green slip advising that they have a lost property

Lost Property Update

We still have a large number of items in Lost Property that are yet to be claimed. This week is your last chance to come in and check if your child has something that needs to be claimed before items are disposed of or donated to the second hand uniform

Collection of Lost Property

Is your child missing any personal belongings e.g  uniform items, drink bottles, lunch containers? We currently have a very large number of lost property items that have not been claimed. All items will be placed on tables under the verandah outside the E Block (Year 1’s) for collection. Any items

Lost Property Information

Is your child missing any personal belongings, uniform items? We currently have quite a number of lost property items, especially jumpers. Please take a moment to: check out lost property for any items (clothing or containers) or contact the front office for smaller more personal things label belongings where possible

Lost Property

We have a growing number of clothing and personal items (eg drink bottles), in our Lost Property area. We do our best to reunite any lost / misplaced items with their rightful owner, which works well when items are clearly labelled with the student’s name. We also recognise that replacing lost

Lost Property

We have a growing number of clothing and personal items (eg drink bottles), in our Lost Property area. We do our best to reunite any lost / misplaced items with their rightful owner, which works well when items are clearly labelled with the student’s name. We also recognise that replacing lost

Lost Property

We have a growing number of Lost Property items handed in daily. Staff at the Front Office do their best to reunite any lost / misplaced items with their rightful owner, which works well when items are clearly labelled with the student’s name. We recognise that replacing lost school and personal