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Newsletter 10 2018/2019

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WINTER MUSICAL

Yesterday, Key Stage 1 performed their winter musical, 'Arboretum's greatest fairy tale'. It was full of fairy tale characters like a dragon, princes, princesses and fairies making wishes come true! All the children were amazing and performed the play like true professionals without scripts! The musical had an important message that being a great friend means that no one ever needs to be lonely.

 

ATTENDANCE

Regular attendance at school is vital to help your child achieve to the best of their ability. It is now the time of year again when our children will be getting coughs and colds, but they should not miss out on their learning because of this.

Remember that children must be in class ready to start their learning by 8:55am. Any children who arrive after this time must go to the office so that they can be registered correctly.

 

Assertive Mentoring Meetings

Don’t forget Assertive Mentoring meetings on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Please speak to your child’s teacher if you haven’t made an appointment yet, or you have forgotten when it is.

Thank you

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Tuesday 4th December_ Assertive Mentoring Meetings - Classes 1-3, 9 -11, 14-17

Wednesday 5th December_ Assertive Mentoring Meetings - all classes, Miss Wright’s group

Thursday 6th December _Assertive Mentoring Meetings - Classes 4-8, 12-13, Miss Wright’s & Miss Hussain’s groups

Friday 14th December _FS2 Nativity

Friday 14th December _Christmas Dinner

Friday 21st December _Last day of term

Monday 7th January _Back to school

Friday 15th February _Inset Day (school closed)

18th - 22nd February _Half Term holiday

Friday 12th April _Last day of term

Monday 29th April _Back to school

SANTA’S LUCKY SQUARES

To raise money to help less fortunate people within the community at Christmas, we will be running a fundraising game called “Santa’s Lucky Squares”. For 50p a go, children can chose a lucky Santa square, then one person in each class will win a prize.

 

Appointments at Lunchtime

We ask that wherever possible you arrange appointments outside school hours. If you need to collect your child for an appointment during lunchtime, please tell their teacher in the morning and collect them from their classroom at 12.10pm. If you try to collect them during lunchtime they may be eating lunch or may be on the playground, so you may have to wait 10 or 15 minutes for them to be collected.

NEXT WEEK’S 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 Cycle Club (ABLE riders Only) 12:30-1pm   Free
Monday Multi Games Club (Hall 1) 3:15-4.25pm 5+ £1 per session
Tuesday Cycle Club (Learn to Ride) 3:15-4.25pm 7+ Free
Tuesday Sports+ Club(Invitation Only) 3:15-4:25pm   £1 per session
Wednesday Dodgeball 3:15-4:25pm 8+ £1 per session
Wednesday Cycle Club (ABLE riders only) MUST WEAR HELMETS (TO BE HELD ON FIELD) 12:30-1pm   12:30-1pm
Wednesday SCHO0L TEAM FIXTURES DURING THE DAY
Thursday Football Club KS2(Hall 2) 3:15-4:25pm 8+ £1 per session
Thursday Football Club (Hall 1) 3:15-4:25pm 4+ £1 per session
Friday Cricket Club 3:15-4:25pm 3:15-4:25pm 7+ £1 per session
Everyday Breakfast club 8am–8:45am All ages 50p per session

 

Helmets MUST be worn for all Cycle Clubs:

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 School Office.

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