We have had a lovely term welcoming our new friends and learning about different kinds of animals. We continue to be proud of your children for being kind, enthusiastic learners in Nursery!
Just a few notes about next week and some schedule changes for after half term:
-We are collecting toilet paper rolls for junk modelling. If you have any, could you send them in ASAP please!
-Friday, February 14th is Animal Dress Up Day! Your child can come to school dressed as any animal of their choosing.
-After half-term, we will be staring PE again. Pips (PM) will have PE Mondays. Acorns (AM) will have PE Fridays. Please remember on these days to remove any jewellery and have your children come in leggings/joggers.
Thank you always for your continued support in your child's learning.? Any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's been a very busy half-term for Online Safety learning and the children cannot wait to share their knowledge and advice with parents and carers at their Online Safety Worships next week:
Year 1 - Monday 10th February 9:05am
Year 2 - Tuesday 11th February 9:05am
Year 3 - Wednesday 12th February 9:05am
Year 4 - Thursday 13th February 9:05am
Year 5 - Friday 14th February 9:05am
Year 6 are looking forward to testing their parents' knowledge at their end of Online Safety learning celebration on Friday 14th February at 2:50pm.
We very much look forward to seeing as many families as possible - Together for a Better Internet!
As part of our work around the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we are supporting CONVERSION, a charity that collects gently used sports shoes to send to Laos in support of the Lao Rugby Federation youth development program Champa Ban. The provision of these shoes provides the children – many of whom play barefoot on rocky ground – with essential and protective footwear.
If you have any gently used sports shoes that you no longer require, we would be grateful if you could send them to school with £2 (to cover transport) where Mrs Lupoli will collect them. Some of the children have expressed a desire to write a letter to send with their shoes and if this is something they would like to do, please place the letter securely in the shoes before sending them into school.
In recognition of our Chrisitian ethos and values and our close links to Southwark Diocese and the Church of England, we have decided to rename our terms to Michaelmas, Lent and Trinity.
On the Feast of Michael and all Angels, popularly called Michaelmas, we give thanks for the many ways in which God's loving care watches over us.
Lent is the six week period leading up to Easter. It’s one of the most important times of year for many Christians around the world.
On Trinity Sunday, Christians remember and honour the eternal God: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Trinity Sunday is celebrated the Sunday after Pentecost.
And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.