Newsletter 21st September 2018


21st September 2018

Looking Forward

Lunchtime Supervisors

By today we will have finished our recruitment drive for an additional dinner lady. Interviews should take place over the next few days and hopefully by the end of the month we shall have an additional dinner lady in place.

On top of that, we are employing a multi-skills trainer to work with children at lunch. Mrs Jenkins will be based on the Key Stage I playground initially and will run a series of fun sessions for the children to join in during their break. This should help satisfy the need for children to have access to good exercise every day. This is planned to commence at the start of October.

Keep our Crossing Patrol

Regretfully it seems that Staffordshire Crossing Patrols are scheduled to be a thing of the past. The local parish council have raised a petition that is available in our entrance foyer and on the KSI entrance door (inside). Please feel free to sign them (once only) if you wish to support the Parish Council’s campaign.

Below you will find a copy of the petition for your use if you prefer.

Looking Back

A quiet week

Other than torrential rain and the resulting flooded toilets, corridors and playgrounds, it’s been a quiet week!


Thanks to all those who braved the truly miserable weather to come to the PTFA AGM on Thursday. It’s such a sign of the commitment our parents have to the school and nursery and our provision for the children.

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