Well, another busy week ahead this week. Last week we had a good first week back and most classes were catching up on our last topic due to the short half terms before Easter.
We will, this week, be beginning our new topic of Staying Alive. If any of you has any experience of hospitals, travelling, nursing, etc and would like to talk to the children then please let your relevant class teacher know in order to assess whether it ill be relevant to their work. Also, if any parents have any X-Rays of broken bones that would be good too!
Mrs Wynn will be running her seed stall with the eco-committee soon so please join in, further details in the newsletter. The eco-committee have also been busy preparing for our green flag award and we hope to be successful in that application.
Thanks to Northop Community Council who donated commemorative gold coins to the children as part of the Queen's birthday celebration.
Last week the PTA was very busy organising a bingo night that was well attended. Thanks go to Lily's dad, in class 1, who cooked the sausages and to the PTA who helped organise the evening. The PTA are keen to try and get more people on board. Details of their meetings will be in the newsletter and will also be on this site tomorrow. The PTA have also donated new benches and picnic tables to school. The school council have requested these so we are pleased they are finally here!
I would be grateful if you could be vigilant after school in ensuring they are not vandalised in any way!
The governors will be interviewing for the new headteacher on Wednesday. There will be further communication on Thursday.
Finally, as stated last week, the community funday is set for the 9th of July at Northop Cricket Club. If you, or anyone you know, would like a stall please contact the PTA. The cricket match between Mr Tennant's All Stars and Mr Jamil's Lions will form a centrepiece to the day. If you would like to play please see me.