Don’t forget it is our air ambulance day tomorrow when the children can wear something yellow for a 50p donation. We would greatly appreciate any cakes we could sell too. Children can buy a cake at break time for 20p each, max 2 each. Please send in the correct amount of money.
Thank you for your support, it is our first time fund raising for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, let’s make it a fabulous one.
We (Mrs B, Mrs Clinton and 14 violinists) are having a great afternoon at Gresham’s prep school playing in sn orchestra of about 60 children!! It is a fantastic experience for our children to play amongst like minded children from a variety of schools.
We will be back at school for approximately 4.45pm.
Thank you for all the used toothpaste tubes and pumps we have received so far for All Saints Church, Stibbard. They now have a special collecting box in the church porch behind the gates. You can also donate toothbrushes, electric toothbrush heads and the packaging they come in! When you get any of these please bring them to school or pop to the church with them, they really are very grateful.
I’ve just seen this for anyone needing inspiration this half term especially with the weather we are having. Just click on the link below.
Some children are still bringing in their chrome books having not charged them at home. I’d really appreciate you checking the charge is full as having charging leads in the classroom is a real hazard.
There are still some children not bringing their PE kit to school. It needs to be in school on a Monday through to Friday each week. Every child needs a change of T shirt, a pair of shorts and trainers. Today there are children having to do PE in their school tops, school trousers or skirts and their school shoes! We haven’t got spare kit to hand out.
The class are really enjoying learning about what is like to be a child in WW2. I am constantly amazed at the information some of them are relaying to me. Many of the children are lucky to still have great grandparents, elderly friends or neighbours who lived through the war years. It would be fantastic to get the children questioning them to see what they can recall. Have they got any memorabilia, photos etc that they would like to share?
Finally, I’m really proud of Year 4 and how they behaved and enthused about last week, whether at How Hill or at school. They have been like little sponges absorbing so much. Well done Year 4 and your parents for helping to encourage you.