We've reached the end of a busy first half of the Spring Term and are all ready for a short break!
This weeks newsletter includes: details on our Internet safety week and the upcoming Pancake morning being held in the Village Priest House. An important message regarding Early Morning Interventions & Gym Trail, as well as, vacancies being advertised for Governor & Mid-day assistant. Also included is some information on our young Gymnasts, our 'Value of the Month', Diary dates, a brief gallery of this weeks learning activities and a long overdue Congratulations.
We hope you have a relaxing half term break, have fun and stay safe. We will see you back at school on Monday 19th February.
This weeks newsletter includes: details on the upcoming events - Parent Teacher Appointments and World Book Day; as well as a call for your help - why not join our DFR! We have two vacancies being advertised (Governor & Mid-day assistant), plus information on our Christmas DVD and the Lost property store. Also included is our 'Value of the Month', Diary dates, January's attendance and a brief gallery of this weeks learning activities.
This weeks newsletter includes: details on the upcoming events - Sharing Hour, SATs Presentation Evening, and Unity Bands for Cancer Research. We have information following our WOW Moments Celebration assembly, as well as, the mornings Rugby Session. Other information includes our 'Value of the Month', Diary dates and Lunch on the Top Table with HT.
This weeks newsletter includes: details on upcoming events - Coffee & Chat and Messy Church, as well as, a reminder on our WOW Moments Celebration assemblies. There is some information regarding the Park renovation, the Phonics Information afternoon and the NSPCC 'Pantosaurus' app in order to raise awareness.
Other information includes our 'Value of the Month', Diary dates and Lunch on the Top Table with HT.
Happy New Year to you all. We hope you had an enjoyable festive break - Welcome back!
Our first Spring term newsletter of 2018 includes: an update on this weeks Alopecia charity day which involved wearing wigs and raising valuable funds, details on Free school meals which we recommend your children try, Parent lunches which are now pre-bookable via the school office and a few requests. We would like some assistance with our sad indoor plants - green-fingers anyone? Do you know of a company who would like to provide some 'fund matching' - we raise it and they double it! A request for a small change to how our children arrive for early morning interventions - keeping our children safe. Other information includes our 'Value of the Month' and the Diary dates for the remainder of January.