Please ensure that you clear any dinner arrears before the end of term.
just donations to the Little Princess Trust if you would like to support Ellie-Mai.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to a very successful Grand Day Out: the children have thoroughly enjoyed an end of term celebration consisting, amongst other things, of bouncy castles, story time, dance, martial arts, football, bingo and of course ice cream!
Thank you to our wonderful PTA for providing refreshments, supporting with the ice cream van and for organising a successful fundraising raffle.
Thank you to everyone who came along and supported our rearranged Party in the Park. The children finally had the opportunity to perform and we hope you enjoyed the event.
This Friday, 19th July, Ellie Mai Gray from 4J has decided to have her hair shaved off to support the Little Princess Trust children’s cancer charity.
The Little Princess Trust support children who are going through cancer treatment.
If you wish to make a donation to support this charity please bring it into school on Friday. There will be NO mufti on Friday just donations to the charity if you wish to make one.
Well done Ellie Mai for your brave support of this charity.
Please remember the whole school are going straight to church on Thursday for 8.50am.
On Tuesday 16th it is our annual Grand Day Out please follow the link below which show the arrangement for the rearranged Party in the Park taking place during GDO afternoon!
For Grand Day Out; We have bouncy castles, Pete’s Ice creams, Newport Wildcats, Tae Kwon Do, Boughey Gardens tennis club, Dance Connections and many, many more clubs helping out with the day.
We advise that children come to school in suitable PE kits, potentially with sun hats/cream etc AND with a PACKED LUNCH as we will be having a picnic packed lunch all together.
For Party in the Park follow this link: GDO PinP Letter
PTA reminder: Please return your raffle ticket stubs and money by tomorrow. Raffle will be drawn at the Grand Day Out. Many thanks.
It is with great regret that we have had to take the decision to cancel the Party In The Park tonight due to a thunderstorm warning being issued. This means that the PA system and stage cannot be used as they both pose a risk to the children in the event of lightning.
I know that this is very disappointing and many picnics will already have been made but we have to make the right decision for the safety of the children.
Mrs Moody and I will consider what we can do to try to organise something before the end of term and we will report to you by the end of tomorrow.
Apologies for the late notice; we have postponed our final decision as long as possible in the hope that the warning would be lifted.
Thank you for your continued support
We have unfortunately had to cancel Party in the Park due to the weather forecast and potential thunderstorms.