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Newsletter 10 2017/2018

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CLASS 17 CAKE SALE

Class 17 had a cake sale on Friday 10th November to raise money for the International Gorilla Conservation Programme. Nora was very generous and made all the cakes, thank you.
We raised a massive £68.27! Thank you to everyone who supported us.

 

 

STAR BAKERS!

To raise money for Children in Need, the staff held a Bake-off competition. Thank you to everyone who took part - there were some very delicious and beautiful entries. Congratulations to Miss C Allen who was the winner with her spectacular Pudsey cake!

 

 

Name labels

Please make sure that all your child’s uniform, PE kit, glasses and anything else that they bring to school has their name on it. Then we can help to get it back to them if they lose it.

 

TEA & TOAST

Please join us in

Hall 1 for

Tea & Toast

on

Wednesday 22nd November

from 8.45 to 8.55am

 

The Lost Happy Endings

Class 12 did some amazing drama in the forest school last week, inspired by the book which they are studying - "The Lost Happy Endings" by Carol Ann Duffy and Jane Ray.

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

21st & 22nd November _Year 5/6 visit to Magna

Wednesday 22nd November _Tea and Toast

Wednesday 22nd November _KS1 Fundamentals Festival

27th, 28th, 29th November _Year 3/4 trips to Cromford Mills

Wednesday 29th November _Year 5/6 tea parties

Friday 1st December _KS1 Winter Musical

5th-7th December _Assertive Mentoring Meetings

Thursday 7th December _Reception trip to see The Snowman

Friday 15th December _Children’s Christmas Lunch

Friday 15th December _Christmas Jumper Day

Friday 15th December_ FS2 Nativity Performance

Tuesday 19th December _Break up for holidays

Wednesday 3rd January _Back to school

Friday 12th January _Inset day

 

SCHOLASTIC

Don’t forget, all book orders must be re-turned to school by

Friday 1st December.

Make sure that all orders include your child's name, class, book number and title. Please put them in an envelope with full payment and your child’s name, class and "Book Order" written on it. Every order that you place will earn points that we can spend on books for the school.

 

PARENT FORUM

Thank you to the parents who came along to Mr Scott’s first Parent Forum this week. We hope you found it useful. Their ideas will be shared with the management team, and any outcomes fed back.

Look out for the date of the next Parents’ Forum - please come along to have your say in the running of the school.

 

NEXT WEEKS CLUBS

If your child would like to join one of the clubs collect a form from outside the office or from Mr Malooq.

 

Day

Club

Time

Age

Cost

Monday

Archery Club KS2 (Hall 2)

3:15-4.25pm

For ages 8+

£1 per session

Monday

Multi Games (Hall 1)

3:15-4:25pm

For ages 4+

£1 per session

Tuesday

Football Club (Hall 1)

3:15-4:25pm

For ages 4-7

£1 per session

Tuesday

Football Club (FIELD)

LUNCH TIME

For ages 7+

Free

Tuesday

Sports+ (Invitation ONLY)

3:15-4:25pm

For ages 8+

 

£1 per session (Hall 2)

Wednesday

SCHOOL TEAM FIXTURES

SCHOOL TEAM FIXTURES

SCHOOL TEAM FIXTURES

SCHOOL TEAM FIXTURES

Wednesday

Bench Ball (Hall 2)

3:15–4:25pm

For ages 8+

£1 per session

Wednesday

Cycle Club (ABLE riders only) MUST WEAR HELMETS

12:30-1pm

MUST WEAR HELMETS

(TO BE HELD ON FIELD

Thursday

Football Club (MUGA)

3:15–4:25pm

For ages 8+

£1 per session

Thursday

GIRLS ONLY football club

3:15–4:25pm

For ages 8+

£1 per session

Friday

Indoor Cricket League (OFFSITE)

3:15-6:15pm

For ages 7+

See Mr Malooq for more info

Everyday

Breakfast club

8am–8:45am

For all ages

50p per session

 

Remember, all clubs are FREE if your child is eligible for Pupil Premium - to find out if your child qualifies, please fill in a Free School Meals application form available from the Office.

 

 

 

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