Children in Need enables a non-uniform fundraiser!
The weather this week has been grim to say the least, but the rain has done nothing to dampen the mood of pupils and staff.
We began the week with Odd Sock Day to promote the importance of Anti-Bullying and we ended the week raising awareness and money for Children in Need. Both are very significant causes. For Children in Need, we managed to raise £108 and combined with Junior school this came to £223 overall.
This week's attendance was won by Bumble Bees with 95% and they were the outright winners with all three other classes suffering from increased numbers of illnesses. Well done Bumble Bees!
Parents! Please be vigilant when driving nearby school at the busier times of the day and be responsible when parking for our neighbours, because we have had some near misses recently and I would hate to learn of any accidents. We are booking some Road Safety sessions in the future, which we hope will strengthen our own pupils' understanding of such an important issue.
You will have noticed we sent home our parental version of our school improvement plan and shared a child-friendly version to the pupils. We hope in doing this you will be able to see a snapshot of what we are planning to work on over the coming year. An invitation was also sent home to you regarding our Curriculum Celebration Event, that will take place on Monday 12th December during the final week of term. Here, our pupils will share their learning with you in their books and speak proudly about what they have enjoyed about the first term. We hope you will be able to attend.
Next Friday, we have our Infant Decoration Day, where parents are invited in to create Christmas decorations with their children. We hope you are able to attend and we cannot wait to see what is created.
Have a great weekend everyone!