Parents evening will be held on the 11th and 12th March starting from 3.30. Please ensure you return your appointment time to your child’s class teacher. We will look forward to seeing you on either day.
We will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 8th March. Celebrating World Book Day helps to remind us of the pleasure and enjoyment that books can bring. The children are invited to dress as their favourite book character. The book fair will be open from 2.30 pm and we hope you can come and join us. Refreshments will be available.
Parents are invited to come into school to learn more about our teaching of Maths and how children progress in their learning through school. KS1 children (Year 1 and 2) will be held on Wednesday 27th February and KS2 children (Year 3,4,5 and 6) will be held on Thursday 28th February. Both presentations will start at 9.00 am. A short presentation will be given by Miss Rawlings who will discuss expectations and parents will be issued with the school Calculation Policy. Parents can then go into their child’s classroom to see first-hand how Maths is taught. Miss Rawlings has promised there will be no times tables tests!
Children in school will be celebrating the Chinese New Year on Tuesday 5th February with a special Chinese Menu for lunch. This will consist of a choice of Chicken Curry with Rice, or Chow Mein or a selection of sandwiches. There will also be a visit from a Chinese Dragon and Chinese drum display.
Children can come to school on Friday 1st February 2019 wearing something Orange (or something with bright colours) to help support the Charity Muscular Dystrophy UK. A donation of £1.00 will to go to the ‘Love for Louis Family Fund’.
Class 5 are booked to go to the Hancock Museum on Tuesday 22nd January 2019. This trip has been arranged to enhance their learning and understanding of their new topic ‘Land of the Pharaohs’. The children will see exhibits in relation to the Pharaohs and will partake in a workshop.
Year 1 children are booked to go to Preston Park Museum on Tuesday 15th January 2019. This is to enhance their topic of ‘changes over time and the lives of children in a different era. They children will also take part in a toy workshop and go back in time and live the life of a child 100 years ago.
Its the last day of the this very busy term and its Christmas Party Day. Children can wear party clothes or a Christmas jumper, whichever they prefer. We would ask for a donation which will go towards equipment for school.
Our KS2 Christmas Nativity will take place on Wednesday 19th December at 2.00pm. Pop the date into your diary and enjoy this special play
Our KS1 Christmas Nativity – Baubles will take place on Tuesday 18th December at 2.00 pm. Pop the date into your diary and share this magical experience