4th June 2015
I trust that your half term break went well. We are hopefully in for a spell of warm weather so please ensure that you apply sun block to your child and supply a hat! (OK I’m being optimistic)
There have been and will be lots of exciting events taking place over the next few weeks-so please check the website and Schoop as frequently as you can.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE PROVISION –SEPTEMBER
Some exciting news ! We will be able to offer our after school facility starting from September of this year.
This means that you will be able to leave your child on the premises immediately after school until 5:45 Monday to Friday. And from October half term we will be able to extend the provision until 6:15. We are also hoping to be able to provide Holiday Care for half term and the Christmas period.
Your child will be in the safe and secure care of experienced and qualified adults accessing a variety of activities- physical and creative as well as relaxing and ‘chilled.’ All children will also receive a snack and a drink. The facility will be based in our old and new halls as well as our Learning Lounge and the outdoors.
Children have come up with a name for the provision which is: SAPLINGS (Thanks to Luke Tricklebank!)
Costs will be: £9:50 for the whole session and £7.50 for the first hour.
We will not be able to accept Childcare Vouchers until after October.
If you wish to enrol please contact our Care Director: Kath John on: 07903433883
Or email on kath_john @live.co.uk
BOOK WEEK/SCHOOL FAYRE
As published previously, we start our own Book Week tomorrow and are asking children to dress up as their favourite character from a children’s book! If children would like to donate a book, it will be sold at the fayre on 20th June.
We will be running a Book Fair every afternoon after school next week, so please try to support us by calling in to the school and buying a book!
We also have some published authors coming in to read to children.
Cathy Farr will be in school on Tuesday with her Irish Wolfhounds to read with children and will be around at the end of the day to sell and sign her books.
On Wednesday, local author Mark Frost will be visiting and will be in the hall selling and signing copies of his latest novel from3:30 p.m.
On Thursday Desmond Mason will also visit and will be in the hall with copies of his latest novel at 3:30.
On Friday, Y5 classes will attend workshops at Penarth library with writer Dan Anthony.
COLORFOTO MONDAY 8th JUNE & TUESDAY 9th JUNE
Colorfoto will be here taking group and club photographs next Monday. PLEASE CAN YOU SEND YOUR CHILD IN WITH ANY RELEVANT EQUIPMENT e.g. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, TENNIS RACQUET, ETC. ALSO COULD ANY BORROWED SPORTS KIT BE RETURNED FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHS, THANK YOU. Class photos will be taken on Tuesday.
Thanks to Mrs. A Lloyd for winning a competition which meant a surprise for 11 Y3 pupils this week when COOKSTARS visited and ran a free workshop for us! (See attached flyer.)
‘Mega thanks’ to parents who have supported our tennis events this week and in particular to Julie Saville for her fantastic organization. Without parental support this could not have gone ahead.
Welsh phrase: Pa liw wyt ti’n hoffi- Which colour do you like?
Theme of the month: Humility
Composer of the month: Irving Berlin
Thunk of the Week:What colour is a zebra if you take off its stripes?
PLEASE DONATE A BOTTLE TO THE PTA –WHO WILL BE ON THE GATES ON 12TH JUNE
Year 1 visit to Cosmeston – 11/6/15 – £5.75
Year 2 visit to The National Waterfront Museum – 12/6/15 – £6.80
Dates for the diary:
Sports Day – Thursday 18th June, Juniors @ 9.15a.m. & Infants @ 1.15p.m. Reserve date Friday 19th June
Summer Fayre – Saturday 20th June – NOTE CHANGE OF DATE
School BBQ – Friday 10th July