A round-up of the latest school news for week ending 05/03/2020.
PTA DIY Day
We would like to express our sincere thanks to Kate Drysdale and all the parents who turned out last Saturday morning to complete the list of DIY jobs for us. We can’t express enough how valuable this is to us as we wouldn’t have been able to have most of these jobs done if it wasn’t for your help. Once again a huge thank you.
We are continuing to follow the advice given out daily from Public Health England on the spread of the Coronavirus. The children have had a talk in assembly this week about the virus and the importance of minimising the spread of germs by washing hands correctly for 20 seconds. A new national Department for Education helpline has been established to answer any questions about the virus related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
We had a visit from 2 authors yesterday, Terri Daneshyar and Sue Newgas. The children had a great morning with some interactive storytelling and they completed some activities linked to the book .If your child would still like to buy one of the books, please bring your money in to the school office in a named envelope with the name of the book written on and also whether you want the book signed and dedicated to anyone special. A reminder of their books and prices are as follows:
£4.50 for Betty’s Bones
£7.00 for The Treasure Thief
£7.00 for Paladin
£6.00 for Velda’s New Hat
£6.00 for Velda’s Surprise Picnic
On Friday 13 March the children will be taking part in various sporting activities. They can come to school in their sports kit in return for a donation of £1 per child. This money will be sent to the Sport Relief charity so if anyone wishes to donate more they can.
Attached is a Celebration Assembly timetable for the next 2 assemblies in March. Timetable for the Summer term will be sent out after Easter.
Once again we have a large amount of unnamed lost property in the office which, as well as uniform includes trainers, hats, ear muffs and odd pumps. We also have a small child’s snuggly toy which is a little grey bear clutching a square blanket. These items must belong to someone. If you are missing anything please come in and check before the end of term as if these items are not claimed by then we will be recycling them.
WCC Easter holiday Cycling courses
Warwickshire Council are funding some free cycle training sessions this Easter holiday for children in year 5 and 6 (the training is open to all children over 9 years old this school year).
There is absolutely no charge to any child who studies in the County. They just need to be able to ride a bike and bring along a roadworthy bike and a helmet. For the more experienced riders, who have already done their Level 2 training, there is the opportunity to move onto Level 3 training.
The training is at Warwick Racecourse or Stratford High School. Please see attached flyer for more details.
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