Dates till the end of term

  • ‘Christmas Fayre’ – Wednesday 13th December – more information to follow
  • Christmas dinner -Thursday 14th December
  • Foundation stage Christmas singing concert for parents – Friday 15th December at 9am and 2pm in the school hall
  • Key stage one Nativity to parents – Monday 18th December at 2pm
  • Key stage one Nativity to parents – Tuesday 19th December at 9;30am
  • Key stage one and two parties – Tuesday 19th December in the afternoon
  • Day care and foundation stage parties – Wednesday 20th December in the afternoon
  • Thursday 21st December – Christmas singalong in the school hall for parents at 1pm.

End of term – Thursday 21st December

Term restarts – Monday 8th January 2018

Christmas Fayre

Our Christmas Fayre will be held on Wednesday 13th December at 2pm.

Volunteers Desperately Needed!
We need people to man a stall at the Christmas Fayre – refreshments, toy stall etc. Please see Mrs Gerstel in Foundation or Miss Ashton in the school office, if you are able to help out.

Non Uniform Day
On Friday 1st December children will be able to come to school in non-uniform if they bring in a donation for the tombola stall.

Foundation 1 and 2, Year 1 and 2 – Please bring a bottle of something! Smellies, drinks, tomato sauce etc

Year 3, 4, 5, and 6 – Please bring a box of something! Chocolates, biscuits, crackers etc.

Donations

Please bring in donations of toys, books, games, toiletries etc for us to sell on our toy stall or use for the raffle.  Please ensure they are in good condition. If you work in a shop or business that would be interested in donating a prize or voucher let us know. Please hand in donations at the school office. 

Christmas Jumper Day
The official Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day falls on Friday 15th December.  Please wear your festive sweater and donate £1 towards the charity.

Thank you for your support

Mrs Gerstel & Miss Ashton

Year Six Taster sessions at Winterhill School

The  Y6 children have been up to Winterhill School to experience some of the lessons they will take part in when they move to their secondary schools. The children took part in cookery and technology lessons. All of the children really enjoyed their experience

Book week November 2017

Congratulations to all of the following children for taking part in book week. Each child received a certificate and a book. Thank you for all your support

Latest Awards…

Reading Certificates October 2017

Congratulations to the following children for receiving their reading certificates for reading three or more times a week this half term. The biggest gift you can give your children is to get them reading and praise them when they choose to do so without being asked. If children are motivated to do something on their own they will do so much better in the long run. We thank you for all the help and support you give your children with Reading.

Year One Carnival Topic 

As part of Year One topic on Carnivals, the children took part in a Samba Drumming and Dance Workshop.

They  learnt how to play rhythms on different Brazilian instruments such as Agogos, Tamborins, Surdo and Djembe drums.

In the afternoon the children performed some of their work to their parents and carers.

Thank you to everyone that came to the Samba Celebration.

Crowden Outdoor Activity Centre…

Despite the weather Year 6 had a fabulous time on their residential visit to Crowden Outdoor Activity Centre.

Their daring but thrilling activities included: kayaking, abseiling, zip wire and crate stack.  After their exciting  challenges they had delicious, home-cooked meals and then had time to relax with friends.

All pupils and staff  thoroughly enjoyed the trip and highly recommend  the visit to  the current Year 5  children!

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A huge thank you…

I would just like to say a huge thank you to all the children, staff, parents and carers for supporting World Mental Health Day.  You all looked amazing dressed in yellow and you raised £101 which will go to the Young Minds charity.  This charity supports children, young people and their families who have, or are suffering from, mental health issues.

If you would like to know more about this charity then please visit https://youngminds.org.uk

All the children have worked together and supported each other to complete a number of activities designed to promote positive social and emotional well being.

With thanks

Ms Roddis