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Week Beginning 30th June 2014

Thank you to Rainforest class and Mrs Sherwood for treating us to another great assembly. It’s always a joy to see the children perform and the adults beam with pride.  Please don’t forget it’s our summer fair tomorrow, Saturday 28th June 12.00-3.00pm. Thank you to all the members of the PTA who work so incredibly hard on this event. Thank you also for all the kind and generous donations we have received this week from parents in support of this event. We are keeping everything crossed for sunshine!


Coming up next week…


Week Beginning 30th June


We wish all of our Year 6 children all the best as they head off to the Isle of Wight this week on their residential school visit.  We do hope that the weather remains dry and warm and that they all have a fabulous week.


On Monday 30th June our Year 4 children are off to Knole Park in Sevenoaks for a Tudor day, we hope they have a wonderful day.


On Wednesday 2nd July our children who are due to start in Reception in September will be coming in for their welcome picnic from 2.00pm-3.00pm.


On Thursday 3rd July our Year 4 children who take part in Soundstart will be performing in a concert for their parents at 10.10am (to last approx. 30 mins), please do join us in the hall for this event if your child is taking part or your child will be in Year 4 next year and you would like to see what it involves.


Also on Thursday our Year 3 and 4 Tennis players will be entering the London School Games at Crystal Palace, we wish them all the best of luck.


On Friday 4th July some of our Year 5 children will be visiting Trinity School and participating in Design and Technology workshops during the morning. 


Please can I ask that you remind your children about stranger danger. I have received reports of a fair haired young man in the vicinity of the school acting suspiciously. This has been reported to the local PCSOs as a precaution but there is no harm in being extra vigilant.


The National Union of Teachers has announced a potential strike date of 10th July, I have asked staff to confirm if it is their intention to take industrial action on this matter and hope to be able to let you know if our school will be affected or not by the middle of next week.


Finally, we are almost fully booked for our breakfast club for September although there are still a couple of spaces for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. If this is of any interest to you, please do pop into the office to collect a booking form.


Have a good weekend…hopefully see many of you tomorrow for fun at the fair!