Weekly Newsletter


25th February 2019

School Lunches – Week 2
The cost of a school meal is cost £2.30.

The cost of meals for this half term commencing 25 February 2019 is £80.50. The cost for children going on the Ski Trip is £69.

Pants Week – Talk PANTS and stay safe like Pantosaurus
This week is we will be discussing the PANTS rule with the children. The NSPCC have created a range of PANTS guides for parent, carers and children. These can be found on their website nspcc.org.uk/pants. Your child may naturally have some questions. There is help and support on how to answer these questions on the website as well as further information and resources. They are also there if you ever need to talk. Call them on 0808 800 5000 or email help@nspcc.org.uk.

Monday 25th February

All pupils return to School

Wednesday 27th February
Reception hearing re-tests

Friday 1st March
Y6 Chasewater Trip – next instalment due
4.15 p.m Ski Trip children leave

World Book Day – Thursday 7th March
We will be celebrating World Book Day in school on Thursday 7th March. The School Council has requested that the children come to school dressed as one of their favourite book characters to help us raise money for some new Guided Reading books. Please do not feel this has to be an expensive bought outfit as there are many characters that wear normal children’s clothes e.g. Danny the Champion of the World or Tracey Beaker. School Council have suggested that a donation of £1 per child could be made.
To help encourage the children to widen their reading diet we are also going to hold a book swap on that day. We would like each child to bring in a book that they have already read, which is still in a good condition, that they would be happy to swap. This book should be appropriate to their own age range. During the day the children will have a chance to pick a new book to bring home with them.

Music Tuition
Music tuition fees were due 1st October. Fees are £82.
Please ensure these are paid either on Parentpay, or if you would prefer via the school office.
Please remember if you wish to cancel your child’s music tuition at any time you need to give us a half terms’ notice.

Music Timetable
Wednesday – Cello, Guitar, Brass and Percussion
Thursday – Violin and Woodwind
Friday - Keyboard

Known Teacher Training Days
Monday 3rd June 2019 – Please note new date
Monday 22nd July 2019

This weeks tip of the week....
The popularity of live streaming services like TikTok is contributing to younger children needing to access specialist help after being exploited online. Predators use these services to contact youngsters via comments or messaging tools. A recent survey by YouGov found that 57% of 12 year olds admitted to live streaming content over the internet and using Apps intended for users aged 13 and over. It is vital that parents understand what apps children are using and know the risks associated with them.