Head teacher’s Update 10/6/22

Dear Parents/Carers,

Welcome back to the final term of the academic year. As always, we have an exciting and busy term ahead, therefore I have some key dates to share and a couple of reminders too:

Sports Days

We are pleased to have sports days running this year (pardon the pun); they will be in traditional style and spectators are welcome. We have a coffee van visiting too this year for refreshments.  Miss Johnstone will share full details soon.

Wednesday 29th June

Early Years Sports Day 9.30 – 11.15

Key Stage 1 Sports Day (Y1 and 2) 1.00 – 3.00

Wednesday 6th July

LKS2 Sports Day (Y3 and 4) 9.30 – 11.30

UKS2 Sports Day (Y5 and 6) 1.00 – 3.00

Summer Fair – Friday 1st July (2.30-5.30)

Thanks to the FOMBA team for pulling together an action packed summer fair and inflatable fun day. Please refer to the flyer from FOMBA for all the details. There will be a non-uniform day, where we kindly ask for donations to raise stock for the fair (see below). The non-uniform day is next Friday 17th June.

Donation requests:

Reception – Bottles (soft drinks, alcohol, toiletries etc.)

Year 1    Bottles (soft drinks, alcohol,  toiletries etc.)

Year 2    Boxes of chocolates or sweets

Year 3    General tombola prizes (new items only)

Year 4    General tombola prizes (new items only)

Year 5    Children’s lucky dip prizes (small toys, party bag items etc.)

Year 6    Children’s lucky dip prizes (small toys, party bag items etc.)

Other dates for diaries:

EYFS – Father’s Day Afternoon – Friday 17th June

Miss Evans’ Class Assembly – Friday 24th June

Miss Whiting’s Class Assembly – Friday 1st July

Mrs Bower’s Class Assembly – Friday 8th July

Pupil Reports to Parents – Monday 18th July

Treetop nets trip Y3&4 – Tuesday 19th July

Y6 Leavers’ Party – Tuesday 19th July (5-7pm)

Treetop nets trip Y5 – Wednesday 20th July

EYFS class assembly – Wednesday 20th July

Y6 Leavers’ Assembly – Friday 22nd July

Lunch boxes

Thanks for ensuring lunchboxes are balanced nutritionally. Please can I ask that sweets are not sent in lunchboxes. The BBC provide some great ideas for packed lunches, the link is below.



Yesterday, there were a number of pupils without coats. Although the day started fine, it ended up raining lightly over lunchtime – classic British weather! In such cases, we will take children out for some fresh air with their coats on, so please send coats/jackets in, unless the sun is cracking the flags!

For now, have a great weekend and I look forward to seeing everyone on Monday.

Mr Aldridge

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