Dear Parents/Carers, Well done to Vicky Darious and Hazel class for producing a fantastic assembly last week. We all learnt about Charles Darwin and the important part that he played in history.
Dear Parents/Carers, This week our children have been enjoying listening to David Heathfield telling his amazing stories which he collects from all over the world. Hazel and Olive classes have still their turn to come next week, but we thank David very much for visiting us and inspiring the pupils to become successful story tellers, just like he is.
Dear Parents/Carers, We are delighted to have David Heathfield, our local story teller back working with us again this year. He has spent his first two days working with Oak and Elm classes and they have really enjoyed listening to his stories, which he has collected from working all over the world.
*PLEASE DO NOT TRY AND ORDER UNTIL 9TH NOVEMBER* Dear Parents/Carers As you are aware, we have sent home information about how to order your children’s Christmas cards. Unfortunately, APFS are experiencing difficulties with their new online ordering system.
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Dear Parents/Carers, Sadly, it will be Jasmine Chugg’s last week here, as she will be leaving us to move to London with her partner. We wish Jasmine all the best in the next chapter of her life and we thank her for all her hard work in making a real difference for our children during her past two years here.
Dear Parents/Carers, ‘No Pens Wednesday’ was a great success this week, with all sorts of exciting activities happening across the school; cooking apple cakes, singing, origami, art and crafts, PE and drama sketches to name just a few. Well done to all the children for working so well together in groups and pairs.
Dear Parents/Carers, Many thanks to all of our parents for supporting the NSPCC charity by sending in such generous donations. At the moment we have raised over £500.
Dear Parents/Carers, All of our clubs have started well this week and it is fantastic that the children are keen to participate in the new opportunities that are being offered. Please can parents make sure that they let the adult who is running the club know if their child is unable to attend any of the sessions, so that we know exactly where all of our pupils are at all times.
The NSPCC are working with us this half term by running workshops for our Year 5/6 pupils and by leading parent and whole school assemblies. In return, the children have been asked to take part in ‘Buddy’s work out’ next week and to see if they can get friends and family to sponsor them.