We are offering your child in Year 3 a place to take part in a visit to Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park on Wednesday 11thJuly 2018. Your child will leave school at 9:30am and return to school by 3:00pm.
Your child will need to wear school uniform as usual. It is necessary to ask for a voluntary financial contribution if this activity is to take place. If you would like to make a contribution of £4.00 towards the trip it would be very much appreciated.
Please return the reply slip to the class teacher. All consent forms must be returned to school by Monday 2ndJuly 2018.
If your child is entitled to a free school meal a packed lunch will be provided by the school.
Please understand that while the school staff in charge of the party will take all reasonable care of the children, they cannot necessarily be held responsible for any loss, damage or injury suffered by your child during our out of school activity.
The school is insured against its legal liability to pay compensation should it be held responsible for causing an injury to your child whilst in the care of staff. The school has not arranged any additional insurance in respect of the visit e.g. personal accident. Should you be concerned about this area of risk, you are advised to make your own arrangements.
If you have any concerns please speak to your child’s teacher.
Today we held an ‘Opening Ceremony’ for the World Cup in school.
Each class has been assigned a country to support and represent throughout the competition.
From the week beginning 25thJune until Monday 16thJuly, pupils will be learning all about their country and the World Cup competition across the curriculum. Literacy, Numeracy, Learning for Life and PE lessons will all link to this project.
We will look for similarities between the culture and traditions of these countries and ours as part of our ‘Community Cohesion’ learning.
On Monday 16thJuly, we will be holding a whole-school ‘Closing Ceremony’ to celebrate all that we have discovered about the many countries involved in this competition. There will also be rewards and prizes for the class who were assigned the winning team and those who have embraced the project the most too!
We look forward to uniting together and celebrating this world-famous tournament.
Mrs Davies and Mrs Middleton
On Monday 18thJune we will be holding a Father’s day brunch to celebrate Fathering Sunday. Brunch will be held in the hall starting at 8:45am and finishing at 9:45am. Brunch will be served from 9am.
This is an opportunity for all dads’ to get together and socialise, however please ensure that your child/children have been escorted to their class as we are unable to accommodate them in the hall on this occasion.
We look forward to seeing you all.
Miss K Davis
Trust Business Leader for Pastoral and safeguarding
We understand that Eid- ul- Fitr is likely to fall on Friday 15thJune. The school is prepared to authorise absence for one day. However if Eid is on Saturday 16thJune, your child will be expected to attend school on Friday as usual.
There will be Eid parties on Monday 18thJune, children can wear party clothes and bring in pre- packed shop bought food.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs R Bi