Wednesday 1st March
Year 1 trip to Keele Observatory
This evening Year 1 are off to gaze at the stars at Keele Observatory (6.15 pm) to see what they can find in our solar system.
Thursday 2nd March
World Book Day
Children will be dressing up and taking part in fun activities during the day. Years EYFS, 1, 3, 4 and 6 will be dressing up as characters from their favourite books, Year 5 will be dressing up as characters from stories they have written themselves and Year 2 will be dressing up as characters from traditional tales. Children are asked to bring the book into school with them, be able to explain who they are dressed as and tell us a little bit about the book.
Friday 3rd March
ECO Day - Keep Britain tidy!
Today is ECO Day and will be packed with fun activities to keep Britain tidy and help us to be Eco friendly
Monday 13th March
Year 3 visit Chester Zoo
Today Year 3 are off to the zoo to seewhat animals they can find!
Tuesday 14th March
Unicorns visit to Cadburys World
Today Unicorns (Year 5) are visiting Cadburys Word as part of their topic Chaga and the Chocolate Factory
Thursday 16th March
First Aid Training for Year 5 and 6
Year 5 and 6 will be receiving basic first aid training today to help them to keep themselves and others safe.
Thursday 23rd March
PTFA Summer Fayre meeting
A few members of our PTFA are eager to organise a Summer Fayre. To ensure the event is well organised and a success, we need to start preparing now!! A meeting has been organised for Thursday 23rd March @ 9am. If you can attend, please do. We need as many people (old and new faces) to help as possible to make this event a great fundraiser for school. We are a small school with a very tight budget! Please help us. If you can’t attend the meeting but have ideas you’d like to share, please email:- email@example.com – with PTFA Summer Fayre Idea in the title box – and we will pass your ideas to the PTFA.
Friday 24th March
Red Nose Day
RED NOSE DAY – FRIDAY 24th MARCH 2017 As part of our SMSC and Community agenda, each term, we raise money for a charity. The School Council have decided that this term they would like to support ‘Red Nose Day’. They have suggested that the theme should be ‘wear red’. Children can wear anything red. It could be a superhero costume, a strawberry, red socks, a red wig, painted red face, red bow, etc. Suggested contributions between 50p - £1. Many thanks.
Our Mission Statement - "Learning Together".
Our Vision Statement - "Join us in our journey to success and happiness - it all starts here!"
On behalf of our school community, I would like to offer you a warm welcome and share some information about our school. We are all very proud of our school and its achievements. We thrive on 'learning together' in a caring, safe, secure and stimulating environment, where all children are encouraged to reach their full potential. We regularly celebrate our achievements and share our successes. We believe communication between home and school plays an important role in establishing a good working partnership.
We regularly invite parents to take an active role in their children's education at every opportunity. Throughout the year, we provide lots of fun and engaging activities for you to become involved in your child's education. You are always warmly invited to visit our school, to meet our staff and pupils and see our school in action. We look forward to welcoming you to our school.
'Join us in our journey to success and happiness'.
With my very best wishes
Jo Banks - Head Teacher
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