We have been asked to share the information below with you.
EU citizens and their families (including non-EU citizens) who were resident in the UK by 31 December 2020, need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue to live, work and study in the UK beyond 30 June 2021. Each child must have their own application.
Some EU Nationals may not think EU Settled Status applies to them due to the length of time they have lived here and paperwork they already have. However, even if they have lived in the UK for many years or have a permanent residence document, they still need to apply.
It is essential that all EU Nationals apply for Settled Status, regardless of previous paperwork received. It is also essential that parents apply for each child as, in addition to other rights, EU Settled Status protects their child’s right to access higher education. The deadline to apply for EU Settled Status is Wednesday 30 June.
It is free to apply and can be done quickly and easily online: Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (settled and pre-settled status).
Local support services are available for questions and queries, please go to: EU Settlement Scheme (Norfolk County Council) for contact details.
To commemorate World Autism Awareness Week, students across Fred Nicholson School have designed their own puzzle piece to celebrate their individuality. The puzzle piece is a symbol used to represent Autism and this year we wanted to show pupils how we all work together to create a wonderful and unique puzzle.
We want to thank all pupils for their great effort in designing them and taking part.
Dear Parents and Carers
Friday 19th March is Red Nose Day.
This year we will be keeping it low key and will not be collecting money, but we do not want pupils to miss out on the fun.
This year the theme is ‘Funny is power’ and we would like to do something to make each other smile. Pupils are welcome to bring in a joke or a picture during the week that is appropriate for school. We can put them up in their zone and use these to brighten up each other’s day.
There will be activities for pupils in school on the day and some activities will be sent home for pupils join in with at home if they wish to. Pupils are welcome to wear red clothing on the day in school, if those at home would like to wear red they are welcome to share photographs of themselves in their red clothing with their class teams.