NSPCC Danceathon

Linked to our recent assembly from the NSPCC ‘Speak out, Stay safe’ we have decided to hold a sponsored event to raise money for the charity. The children have already brought their sponsor forms home and we would be really grateful if you could collect even just a small amount for such a good cause.

Our chosen fundraising activity is a ‘Danceathon’. This will be taking place next Thursday 24th May for Gold Class and Friday 25th May for Silver and Foundation Phase. For the activity the children can bring in a bright and colourful sports kit which might include sweat bands, leg warmers or other fun sporting accessories.

All sponsor forms and money need to be collected by Tuesday June 5th.

Any further questions please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Nursery Royal Lunch – Thursday 17th May

As part of the Royal Wedding celebrations, the nursery children have been invited to stay for lunch with the rest of the school on Thursday 17th May. The children will be escorted to the hall at 11:40am and supervised by Rainbow class staff. Once children have finished their lunch they will be taken down to the Rainbow class area for a little play before being dismissed to parents/carers at 12:30pm. If nursery children are not staying for lunch, we ask they are picked up at 11:30am.

Royal Wedding celebrations – Friday 18th May

As part of the Royal Wedding celebrations Foundation Phase have had a busy week getting to know Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, they have been designing wedding cakes, writing invitations, menus, learning all about wedding ceremonies and making crowns. On Friday morning they will have a mock wedding and all children are invited to come in that day wearing their party clothes. Pupils in Gold and Silver class are asked to wear red, white and blue coloured clothing to school on this day. If you have any queries, please contact your child’s teacher.

Warm weather

As the warm weather is set to continue, we request that all children have sun cream applied before they come to school and also wear a hat to protect them from the sun. Thank you for your continued support.

Money sent into school

Ms Charlesworth has asked if all money sent into the school office for dinners or trips is put in an envelope clearly marked with your child’s name to ensure no money gets lost or mislaid. Thank you for your understanding.