Welcome back to term 4. I hope you all had a super break and had time to enjoy being together. We had a real mixture of weathers over the holiday – so spring must be on its way! This is a very short term so I am sure it will whizz by in no time.
Our worship theme this term is on Hope. A super value to lead us into Easter.
“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the LORD, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11
Arriving at school
Can I remind you that children should not be in school unsupervised before 8.30am when Mrs Wood is then on duty. This is especially important when the mornings are icy or wet. We ask that all children stay on the top playground until the whistle blows at 8.40am, they then line up ready to go inside for 8.45am. Please can you make sure that you arrive on time as it makes the start of the day difficult if we have a number of late arrivals!
Long Hair/ Footwear
Please can I remind you that children with long hair need to have it tied up during the school day and not just for PE. Please can you also make sure that children are not wearing trainers to school unless this has been agreed with staff for a temporary period of time. Thank you.
End of Day Collection
At the end of the day Lake, Lower Woodford, Netton and Wilsford are collected from the bottom playground and Durnford and Salterton go out to the gate on their own. If they cannot see their parents then they need to go down to reception and wait. The teacher on bus duty will ensure we have no children left unattended at the gate.
NO CHILDREN SHOULD BE PLAYING ON THE FIELD WITHOUT BEING COLLECTED FIRST.
Please mind the plants
When you arrive at school and leaving please could you be careful not to step on the daffodils making their way through the frosty ground – it is so good to see them that it is a shame if they have been trampled before they have chance to bloom.
Allotment / Garden Club
Are any parents willing to help tidy up the school allotment so we can begin Garden Club soon. A strimmer or petrol mower would be useful to tidy between the beds. Please contact Miss Naish asap.
Clubs continue from today. Please could collect children on time as teachers sometimes have meetings to attend afterwards too.