Monthly Archives: November 2018
Huge thanks to all those who made this year’s Christmas Bazaar so fantastic.
It was a pleasure to be able to welcome so many parents/carer, members of the community and parents who are considering sending their children to us in the years to come.
We, especially, thank the PTFA Committee for being the driving force behind the event and look forward to revealing the amount of money made on the day.Read More
We are delighted to be working towards the launch of Project Fruitful. As winter comes it is wonderful to be thinking about things growing.
The aim of this project is to support aspects of the school curriculum relating to growing and seasonal change and to encourage children to be involved in growing, harvesting and cooking fruit and vegetables.
All parents and carers will have received a letter about the project and we thank those who have already completed the survey and/or booked on to the launch event on Friday 30th November at 2pm. If you haven’t yet completed the survey or booked on to the event, you’ll find a copy of the letter here.Read More
Our final Open Day fo the year is on Tuesday 11 December from 9.30am – 10.30am.
These events are an excellent way to hear about our school, have a tour of our school building and ask any questions you may have.
You can book your tickets via the link below
Year 2 have been making Rangoli Patterns. Rangoli patterns are traditionally drawn with the fingers using flour, rice grains or coloured chalk. Rangoli can be square, rectangular or circular – or a mix of all three. They are often symmetrical. Rangolimotifs are usually taken from Nature – peacocks, swans, mango, flowers and so on.Read More
Year 1 parents/carers, if you’ve tried but been unsuccessful to sign up your child for the Monday afternoon Perform workshops, and are still interested, do please email the school office – [email protected].
The school will then be happy to investigate getting a second teacher, which will allow us to offer additional places. There will need to be a minimum of TEN children interested.
By emailing the school this gives us a fair record of the order in which people made the request, in case the workshop is oversubscribed once more.