Pirate Day for Class 2 is Wednesday 2nd March. Come dressed as a pirate! (without swords of any sort please)
World Book Day dress up day is Thursday 3rd March. Years 3 to 6 to come dressed as their favourite Roald Dahl book character and for Years Reception to 2 as their favourite Julia Donaldson book character.
Our annual book fair has arrived!
Open for parents and children after school on Tuesday 1st March and Wednesday 2nd March. Tokens will be sent home with your children today.
The school receives a commission from the sales which prove valuable to us for stocking our library and classrooms with new material, so please offer your support.
Thank you to Mrs Lloyd and Edward for their most excellent Mug Raffle at the end of last term. They raised an impressive £75! Thank you to the many families that took part. We are very grateful.
The PTFA are most generously providing Pancakes for every child and every dietary requirement on Tuesday 1st March.
Please make your £1 contribution, either by payment via BACs or by giving a £1 on the gate in the morning.
Film Night for Years 3 to 6
Thursday 3rd March.
Please apply for your child's place via Google Classroom and make payment please to the PTFA via BACS.
The film is PG rated and therefore only suitable for children in classes 3 and 4. Please ensure that you view this trailer to ensure that you are happy with the content and then tick the relevant box on the Google Classroom Form.
The Panda Anti-Racism Team are coming in to run some workshops with the children on Tuesday of next week. The sessions are tailored for different age groups and will give young people a chance to talk openly and sensitively about the diverse world we live in. They will take part in activities that will support their understanding and give them tools to be anti-racist. We will discuss how together we can take steps in our day to day lives to counteract discrimination and end racism on a wider scale. Working collaboratively with young people, parents, teachers and professionals to make a difference to people’s lives PART supports equality, embraces inclusion and educates others to do the same. For more information about PART please visit www.pandaantiracismteam.com. There is no charge for these workshops as the school is covering the cost, with the help of a donation from the PTFA - thank you very much to them for assisting with enabling this event to take place.