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Newsletter 02nd July 2021

Posted: Fri 2nd Jul 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

Children have had a fabulous sports themed day and enjoyed both a ‘Sports Day’ with traditional races and activities as well as learning about sports from another country. We have taken lots of pictures and will be sharing these with you next week via your
child’s Google Classroom. Again, my thanks to Miss Farrell and Mr Day for providing such a brilliant sports themed day with a difference! I know it’s not quite the same experience that the children would usually receive, however great fun was had by all!

On Monday, our year 1 children enjoyed a history workshop about toys. They found out about toys that were used in the past and looked at the similarities and differences to the toys that are used today.

On Wednesday, we were delighted to relaunch our ‘Tea and Tots’ stay and play toddler and baby group. Prior to the pandemic, this was a thriving toddler group, giving families in the community something extra and a very important part of our provision. This was so well attended on Wednesday - thank you for all your support with our relaunch. We will be running ‘Tea and Tots’ sessions on Wednesdays at 1.30-3.00pm for the next two weeks. There will not be a session during the last week of term.

This week, children enjoyed finding out all about road safety. Miss Wigfield, PSHE Lead, provided a fantastic virtual assembly on this important subject and children enjoyed some road safety themed activities in class. Martin, our much loved lollipop man, made a very special visit to our Nursery children. Today, also saw the launch of our ‘Perfect Parking’ poster competition - children in Reception to Year 6 will be bringing home a competition entry form. All entries must be returned to school by Friday 16th July, 3.30pm.

Next week, children in year 6 will be having their fun week inschool. There has been so much asked of them all during this academic year with much uncertainty and change. As their primary schooling draws to a close, we want our year 6 children to just enjoy this very special week together.

Have a fabulous weekend everyone!

My very best wishes,

Mrs Freeman

Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead

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