We are already two months into the school year and so much has happened already. The children have learnt many new concepts and skills. The next half term on the run up to Christmas will also be very busy so please check the website for information about events and timings and don't forget to check your emails as most of our correspondence is shared this way.
On the first week back after half term the whole school will be focusing on science with a special Science Fair on the Friday. Throughout the week the children will be learning many new concepts and scientific facts, which they will share with you at the Science Fair. The school will be open for parents from 3.15 to 3.45 for you to wonder round and see what each class has been doing. We hope to see you.
The school's average attendance is 97% which is above national. Therefore if your child has 4% absence they are missing more learning than their class mates. Remember just 1 day means your child has missed 5 hours which will be difficult to catch up. We need to ensure that our children access the full curriculum.
Over the coming week make sure you continue to read with your children and spend time with them talking and listening. Consider completing Five Ways to Wellbeing which can be found on our Home Learning page in Emotional Health.
Our school council have set everyone a challenge to make fairy cakes. The cakes will be judged on the Friday of the Science Fair and then sold to raise money for Dementia UK. It would be great to see everyone take part, learn the science of changing states and raise money for the charity.
Nasal Flu Immunisation
This is the last call for Consent Forms, if you haven't yet done so please can you complete and return your form straight after the half term.