Dear Parent, Carers and Guardians,
Please find within this letter some dates of key events we would like to invite you to. Parental engagement is important to us, and I hope you will find these forthcoming events both enjoyable and worthwhile.
Parents of Reception children: we would like you to join your child in class on Wednesday afternoons from 2.15pm so you can be experience and be part of our learning through play and storytelling sessions. We would like to start these joint child and parent sessions from Wednesday 12th December 2018. If you are able to join us at this time, please come to the school office where you can sign in.
Parents of Y6 pupils: you are invited to a recital of work related to this term's World War Two topic. This will take place at 2.30pm on Friday 14th December in Ghana and India classrooms. Please sign in at the office and wait to be collected.
All parents: we invite you to a Christmas coffee morning on Wednesday 12th December between 11.00-12.00pm in our school library. This is a chance to meet new parents and enjoy a coffee and mince pie before the Christmas rush really sets in. Please come into school via the school office.
All parents: we are reviewing and updating our policy on Homework this year. With this in mind, we are keen to hear your views on this subject. We will be holding meetings for parents, as well as asking all parents in the school to complete a questionnaire. In order to hear views from specific age groups in the school, we invite parents to attend in one of three venues on Monday 17th December 2018 at 2.45pm.
Years 1 and 2 parents please meet in Ireland class with Mrs Foster
Years 3 and 4 parents please meet in the school library with Mrs Baggus
Years 5 and 6 parents please meet in the Breakfast club room with Mrs Smith
We hope to see you at some these events as we lead up to the end of term.
Thank you for your support,
'Caring for others' and 'thinking of others' are two of our school Values.
Here we have examples from our wonderful enterprising young people who have thought up engaging ways to raise money for charities which they wish to support.
We have a group of up and coming young choreographers who would like to offer an
After School Club to children in Years 2 and 3.
The club involves learnng dance routines set to music.
If you would like to join this club, please see Mrs Foster or Mr Archer for a letter.
The club is due to start on Tuesday 13th November and will run for the rest of this term.