School Newsletter – Friday 24th April 2018

Dear Parents,

This afternoon the Children in Year 2 and 3 went to St. Andrew’s Church of England, Dearnley, to see the Knitted Bible.  The Knitted Bible is a set of knitted figures from a number of bible stories.

A letter has been sent out to the children in Sycamore class inviting them to a parents’ evening 8th, 9th and 10th May between 3.30pm and 4.30pm as Miss Hare was absent last term.  Please return slips next week.

For the children in Year 4 and 5 a reminder they are still going swimming every Tuesday, don’t forget your kit!

On Thursday, 3rd May the whole school will be going on our annual Voting Day Walk to Hollingworth Lake, please make sure your child has a waterproof coat and suitable school shoes or trainers for the walk to the lake.  If the weather is sunny, please provide a sun hat (with a name on) and maybe even apply sunscreen to your child before sending them to school.  As the dining room is used for voting, please use the oak room entrance for before and after school club on Thursday.

Homework based on the Seaport with Embarkation of St Ursula painting is due in on Friday, 11th May.  Please remember that we are looking for flat artwork, no larger than A3, so that we can display these in school.

Thank you

Mr. R. Walthall

Headteacher

School Newsletter – Friday 21st April 2018

School Newsletter – Friday 21st April 2018

Dear Parents,

Welcome back to everyone after the Easter Break.

Mrs Beeley is enjoying her maternity leave and Miss Williams has settled into her role of Acting Deputy Headteacher very quickly.

Miss Hare has returned to school full time, this week and will be arranging her parents evening to catch up with parents and inform them about how well their children are doing and what they can do to help them improve even more at home.

A reminder that the children in Years 4 and 5 will be going swimming every Tuesday, don’t forget your kit!

Monday, 23rd of April is St. George’s Day, St George is also the patron Saint of Scouting and Guiding and therefore we encourage any Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Rainbows, Brownies or Guides to wear their scouting / guiding uniforms rather than their school uniform on this day.

On Friday, 27th April, the Children in Years 2 and 3 will be traveling to St. Andrew’s Methodist Church (Dearnley) by coach, to see the Knitted Bible.  The Knitted Bible is a set of knitted figures from a number of bible stories.

Curriculum plans have been sent home tonight detailing the Project “Picture This” and the work the children will be completing in school this half term.

Thank you

Mr. R. Walthall

Headteacher

 

 

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