Friday Round Up 5/5/17

Dear Parents,


Camping on the Field

Along with this email you should also receive a flier advertising the annual PTA Camping Event on the school field. Please book your pitch early as this is a popular event.



Over the next few weeks all of the children from Year 2 up to Year 6 will be taking tests. The children and staff have been preparing for these for some time now however we need your support to ensure the children give their best performance on the day. This includes;

  • Making sure they go to bed early and have a good night’s sleep
  • They have had a great breakfast
  • They have drunk lots of water and have a water bottle in school

Many thanks for your help in this matter.


Events This Week

Pet Week continues in Year 1 with a visit from a local Vet

Year 2 went on a Forest Walk


Forthcoming Dates

8th May Year 6 SATs begin (Starting with a breakfast club at 8am)

11th May 1H Class Assembly

15th May Years 2,3,4 and 5 SATs begin

16th May Growth Mindset Talk for Parents

18th May 3H Assembly

22nd May Arts Week

25th May School Closes at 3.30pm for the Half Term Holiday

26th May Non Pupil Day



Parent Meetings

To both support you to support your child we have a number of meetings arranged for you this term. Please note some have new dates and times as timings have changed from the original schedule published last September.



Date and Time

Target Audience

Led by

Growth Mindsets

(details below)

16th May


All Parents

Mrs Cass and Mrs Marbe

Kingswood Residential

13th June


Year 6 Parents

Mr Jarmain and Mrs Clarke

E-Safety Helping parents to keep their children safe online.

14th June


All Parents

Mr Ling

E-Safety Helping parents to keep their children safe online.

14th June


All Parents

Mr Ling

The transition from Year 2 to Year 3

29th June


Year 2 Parents

Miss Gibbs and Mrs Hooley

Parent and Staff Coffee Morning

30th June


All Parents

Mr Tidmarsh

Moving onto Secondary School

5th July


Year 5 Parents

Mr Tidmarsh



Enjoy the weekend.




Yours sincerely,

P.J. Tidmarsh