School Newsletter 12

 

 

Dear Parents/ Carers

 

The Easter holidays are almost here and I hope that everyone has a good rest and an enjoyable break when we do finally finish for Easter, the most important feast in the Christian calendar.

 

Summer Uniform

 

The children may wear their summer uniform after Easter if the weather is warm enough. Summer uniform is compulsory following the Spring Bank Holiday.

 

Girls may wear either:

 

  • Red and white gingham checked summer dress, plain white socks, red cardigan and black shoes/ sandals

Or

  • White polo shirt or white school shirt and tie, grey school trousers or skirt (no shorts/culottes), red cardigan/ jumper, plain white/ grey socks and black shoes/ sandals.

 

Please note that separate checked skirts and tops or shorts/checked skirts with white polo shirts are not school uniform options.

 

Boys may wear either:

 

  • White polo shirt with grey school trousers/tailored shorts, red jumper, black/grey socks and black shoes

Or

  • White shirt, red school tie, red jumper, grey trousers/tailored shorts, black/grey socks and black shoes (winter uniform)

 

Trainers and sweatshirts are not part of our school uniform.

 

Pumps/ indoor shoes are still required in KS2.

 

Any queries regarding school uniform – please do ask.

 

Please make sure that all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.

Easter Activities

 

The Mini Vinnies have been working closely with the Parish SVP to prepare and then deliver some Easter activities for children, followed by a child-led Stations of the Cross on Good Friday 14th April. This event has also been advertised through the church bulletin. It will take place in the Parish Centre at 10am – 11am, individual children or families are welcome to attend.

 

Year 5 Parents

 

An important date for your diaries:

 

Year 6 SATs next year will be during the week commencing Monday 14th May. Please put it on your calendars and ensure that you do not book any holidays during this period or just beforehand. Mr. Bartram does a great deal of final test technique and practice, ensuring all pupils are as well-prepared as possible which does help to reduce the nerves for the children.

 

School closes on Thursday 13th April for the Easter break. Parents who are able to attend the Stations of the Cross service in church at 2pm may take their children home after the service if they wish. School will finish at the usual times for all other children.

 

School re-opens for the summer term on Tuesday 2nd May.

 

Wishing all our families the joy of the good news of Easter – ‘Jesus is Risen’.

 

Best wishes and Easter blessings

 

Mrs. J Rush

Dear Parents/ Carers

 

The Easter holidays are almost here and I hope that everyone has a good rest and an enjoyable break when we do finally finish for Easter, the most important feast in the Christian calendar.

 

Summer Uniform

 

The children may wear their summer uniform after Easter if the weather is warm enough. Summer uniform is compulsory following the Spring Bank Holiday.

 

Girls may wear either:

 

  • Red and white gingham checked summer dress, plain white socks, red cardigan and black shoes/ sandals

Or

  • White polo shirt or white school shirt and tie, grey school trousers or skirt (no shorts/culottes), red cardigan/ jumper, plain white/ grey socks and black shoes/ sandals.

 

Please note that separate checked skirts and tops or shorts/checked skirts with white polo shirts are not school uniform options.

 

Boys may wear either:

 

  • White polo shirt with grey school trousers/tailored shorts, red jumper, black/grey socks and black shoes

Or

  • White shirt, red school tie, red jumper, grey trousers/tailored shorts, black/grey socks and black shoes (winter uniform)

 

Trainers and sweatshirts are not part of our school uniform.

 

Pumps/ indoor shoes are still required in KS2.

 

Any queries regarding school uniform – please do ask.

 

Please make sure that all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.

Easter Activities

 

The Mini Vinnies have been working closely with the Parish SVP to prepare and then deliver some Easter activities for children, followed by a child-led Stations of the Cross on Good Friday 14th April. This event has also been advertised through the church bulletin. It will take place in the Parish Centre at 10am – 11am, individual children or families are welcome to attend.

 

Year 5 Parents

 

An important date for your diaries:

 

Year 6 SATs next year will be during the week commencing Monday 14th May. Please put it on your calendars and ensure that you do not book any holidays during this period or just beforehand. Mr. Bartram does a great deal of final test technique and practice, ensuring all pupils are as well-prepared as possible which does help to reduce the nerves for the children.

 

School closes on Thursday 13th April for the Easter break. Parents who are able to attend the Stations of the Cross service in church at 2pm may take their children home after the service if they wish. School will finish at the usual times for all other children.

 

School re-opens for the summer term on Tuesday 2nd May.

 

Wishing all our families the joy of the good news of Easter – ‘Jesus is Risen’.

 

Best wishes and Easter blessings

 

Mrs. J Rush

Dear Parents/ Carers

 

The Easter holidays are almost here and I hope that everyone has a good rest and an enjoyable break when we do finally finish for Easter, the most important feast in the Christian calendar.

 

Summer Uniform

 

The children may wear their summer uniform after Easter if the weather is warm enough. Summer uniform is compulsory following the Spring Bank Holiday.

 

Girls may wear either:

 

  • Red and white gingham checked summer dress, plain white socks, red cardigan and black shoes/ sandals

Or

  • White polo shirt or white school shirt and tie, grey school trousers or skirt (no shorts/culottes), red cardigan/ jumper, plain white/ grey socks and black shoes/ sandals.

 

Please note that separate checked skirts and tops or shorts/checked skirts with white polo shirts are not school uniform options.

 

Boys may wear either:

 

  • White polo shirt with grey school trousers/tailored shorts, red jumper, black/grey socks and black shoes

Or

  • White shirt, red school tie, red jumper, grey trousers/tailored shorts, black/grey socks and black shoes (winter uniform)

 

Trainers and sweatshirts are not part of our school uniform.

 

Pumps/ indoor shoes are still required in KS2.

 

Any queries regarding school uniform – please do ask.

 

Please make sure that all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.

Easter Activities

 

The Mini Vinnies have been working closely with the Parish SVP to prepare and then deliver some Easter activities for children, followed by a child-led Stations of the Cross on Good Friday 14th April. This event has also been advertised through the church bulletin. It will take place in the Parish Centre at 10am – 11am, individual children or families are welcome to attend.

 

Year 5 Parents

 

An important date for your diaries:

 

Year 6 SATs next year will be during the week commencing Monday 14th May. Please put it on your calendars and ensure that you do not book any holidays during this period or just beforehand. Mr. Bartram does a great deal of final test technique and practice, ensuring all pupils are as well-prepared as possible which does help to reduce the nerves for the children.

 

School closes on Thursday 13th April for the Easter break. Parents who are able to attend the Stations of the Cross service in church at 2pm may take their children home after the service if they wish. School will finish at the usual times for all other children.

 

School re-opens for the summer term on Tuesday 2nd May.

 

Wishing all our families the joy of the good news of Easter – ‘Jesus is Risen’.

 

Best wishes and Easter blessings

 

Mrs. J Rush

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