Newsletter 13th September 2019


13th September 2019

The Next Fortnight for School and Nursery

17th          Spelling and Grammar for Parents

23rd          School photographers in

27th          MacMillan Coffee Morning


Looking Forward

Aldi Vouchers

We are collecting Aldi Stickers. The poster for the stickers is in the main entrance.


Grammar and Punctuation for Parents – 17th September.

If you are not sure what the subjunctive form means or whether ‘fixing’ is in the present progressive form or not, then this workshop may be for you. We will explain some of the requirements of the grammar expected from children aged 5 to 11 and how we attempt to teach it. This is a more general session, designed to be informative but light hearted. The session will run at 09:00 and be repeated at 17:30. Please feel free to attend either.

There is no test at the end!


School Photographs

School will open at 08:30 on the 23rd for those who wish to come in and have a family picture taken. Just make your way into the hall and the Photographer will see to you. After this, classes will come down and take individual shots for you to choose.


MacMillan Coffee Morning

We are participating in the MacMillan charity this year. We are always on the lookout for parents/grandparents/aunts & uncles to both come along and support this charity and also to support with the donation of a cake or two. It will start at 09:00 and on that day, children will be able to purchase a snack from any remaining treats left – their donations going to the charity.


Speaking of Charity…

One of our Year 5 pupils is helping to raise money for her grandmother who is shaving her head for Cancer Research. Details can be found in the office entrance including the sponsorship form.


Open Day

If you know anyone who is looking for a place in school for September 2020, please could you give them one of the flyers on the back of this newsletter.


Looking Back

Reception Class.

Well done to Reception for completing their first full week. What a delightful class. An excellent start to your school lives.


Year 6.

At the other end of the school – well done to Year 6 who have really set the example this week. I have been able to hear a pin drop in assemblies so far and they are showing how grown up and responsible they are. Well done.


As always, I will always do my best to speak to you about any concerns you may have on the day so please feel free to approach me, either on the playground or book an appointment if you prefer.


Mr B Wilken