Another week back into school and all the children really enjoyed the recent health week in school. My thanks to Mrs Wynn who organised the work this week. There was certainly a lot of information passed around and we must also thanks Mrs Bonnett and Mrs Bevan for their help with the hand washing. Glad to say the children do read the information in the toilets about hand washing!!
The taste session on Monday was a great success and all the children enjoyed trying lots of different fruits this week, in addition about Global Citizenship and how important different countries are in helping us get our fruit.
There is still a chef to come into school over the coming weeks so we look forward to another tasting session. The Health week also helped us implement our planned fruit snack to take shape. I must thank you all for your support with the as it is really important that we send the right messages about healthy eating.
Another thank you for your help in allowing children to come into the school independently. This has helped both the traffic congestion and children lining up ready for school.
Attendance and later arrival in school remains an issue. If your child is poorly, please let us know and we also need a letter of explanation why they were ill. In addition, please ensure your child is in school on time. We have a very quick turnaround in the morning with lots going on therefore it is vital that all are in school on time. Stats for last term will be on the newsletter tomorrow.
More information on the Christmas performances and words to learn should be out this week, plus more information on the website about maths tutorials.
Finally, if you have an email address or don't but would like one, then please let the school know. Our digital leaders will happily set up an email. The reason for the email request is that it is our wish to provide electronic versions ONLY after Christmas. this is in support of our ESDGC (education for sustainable development and global citizenship)
action plan and our eco-award application.
Remember that newsletters are out on MONDAYS this term, so check your inboxes for information.