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St Anthony's Primary School, Larne
Virtual Sports Day 2020 Date: Saturday 13th June 2020  Venue:  Your Home | Live Well Eat Well nhs.uk/live-well/eat-well        Eating a balanced diet. Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health   | Covid19 - Community Helpline Please Check Out the News Section of the School Website for Full Details. Tel: 0808 802 0020 Email: covid19@adviceni.net | Seesaw Logging In Check out the NEWS section for details | Check out the school photos! | Free School Meals Update Families will receive £2.70 per child per day for each day of term the schools are closed.  This money will be paid to families on a fortnightly basis.Click on the link   https://www.education-ni.gov.uk/news/ministers-take-action-relation-free-school-meals-payment-0 | Photos - Please take a photo of your child hard at work and send to their class teacher or the school email address. Put a note saying you give permission for your child’s photo to go on the school website. Great way to keep in touch with one another. Stay Safe! | Should you need to contact the primary school please do so by email on info@stanthonysps.larne.ni.sch.uk
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