Each year in July we run our end of year survey. The forty-four questions may make the survey a little long, but the majority of questions are simple tick boxes. We do really value your feedback, so make yourself a drink and spend a little time, about five minutes, with our survey. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/J7YCGDGRead More
Monthly Archives: July 2019
Yesterday we were delighted to be joined by Harrow Library Service.
Over the summer they are running a reading scheme to encourage children to read more.
The Rocket family have noticed that books are being stolen from the library on the moon and your children can help them!
Children get a summer reading passport and receive a sticker for each book read. Once they have read six books they will receive a certificate and a medal.
If your child is not already a member of a library, do consider signing them up, it is free. They can then borrow books for up to three weeks.
It is our final church service of this academic year tomorrow, Wednesday.
Join us, if you can, straight after drop off as we walk to the church.
Parents can wait in the main school entrance while children are registered.
We do love making a little procession on our journey to church, and raising the profile of our school with the people of Harrow.
As we move forward, the names of our Reception Classes are changing.
From September 2019 Monet remains but Renoir is replaced by Matisse. This will make it easier for children to tell the work of these two great artists apart.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Matisse. Here is a cartoon about him and his work. https://youtu.be/s37OoBXkYAc
As usual we recommend that you do not allow child to view YouTube unsupervised.Read More
Final week of Trinity Term. Things to Do.
If your child is currently in Year 1 or Year 2, have you filled in the little white form, available from the school office, expressing an interest in music tuition?
The instruments on offer were Cello, Flute, Piano, Trumpet and Violin. If you haven’t yet completed your form or emailed the school office who will fill the form in for you, can you please do this by 5.00pm on Wednesday 17th July.
Year 2 parents/carers if you wish to attend to the End of Key Stage 1, celebration on Thursday 18th July at 6.00pm, can you please RSVP to [email protected] by 5.00pm on Wednesday 17th July. We are aware that some families may be having difficulty with childcare on Thursday evening during the celebration. Mrs Marney has very kindly agreed to extend our after school provision for the duration of the meeting for families who are unable to arrange any alternative care. Please ensure your child(ren) is registered on arrival and collected very promptly at the end of the session.
Pre school children should remain with their parents / carers but we do ask that if they become unsettled, they are removed from the meeting to ensure other participants are not disturbed.
Many thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
Reception parents just a reminder that reading books will be collected in on Tuesday. If you have any school reading books at home could you please return them by then.
Our lost property box is over-flowing if your child has lost an item of clothing could you please have a look through it to see if it is there.
Many thanks to all those who made Sports Day such as success, you will find some of the many, many photos taken on our website at https://www.stjeromebilingual.org/sportsday/
Congratulations to Tree House, the mighty greens, for winning for the second year running.
All our pupils from Reception to Yr 2 can’t wait to sing their favourite French songs to you during the End of Year French Celebration on Thursday 11th July at 2 p.m. Please find enclosed via the lower link the lyrics in French and translations. The songs, so you know the tune, can be found on this Pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/s_jrme/2019-show-spectacle-de-fin-dann%C3%A9e/Read More
Moving into Year 3? Beale or Carlisle classes?
Universal Infant Free School meals end at the end of Year 2.
If your family are in receipt of Universal Credit or other government credit please speak to the school office who will advise you on how to claim free school meals for your child(ren)
For some families school holidays can be hard.
Free schools meals and universal free school meals will stop during the time a school is closed.
We have, therefore, made the decision to support Harrow Foodbank in their fight to address food poverty in our area,
We’ll be putting a box in the school office. If you would like to put something into our foodbank box we would be very grateful.
Harrow Foodbank would like:-
Small packets of dried potato; Tinned Irish stew; Tinned hotdogs; Tinned meatballs; Tinned garden peas; Meat-Fish savoury spread; Steam or packet puddings; Tins of corned beef; Jam; Chocolate spread; Tinned spaghetti; Toilet paper; Small boxes of washing powder; Shaving foam; Shower gel; Adult toothbrushes; Toothpaste; Age 6 nappies; Men’s deodorant; Women’s deodorantRead More