Weekly News For Families – 27.05.22

Dear Parents and Carers,
What an amazing afternoon our Jubilee Country Dancing Festival was!  All the children looked fantastic in their red, white and blue and danced brilliantly. Thank you to all of you who came.  I hope you enjoyed the family dance as well!  
A big thank you to all of the mums who were part of the fundraising team.  Through the cake sale, tombolas and raffle an amazing £1066 has been raised.  This will be used support our drive to take the learning outside.
Summer Term 2 Hooks
Please find attached details regarding the exciting hooks the teachers have planned for the beginning of the second half of the summer term.
Lollypop Crossing
The school has been made aware of a couple of times where families haven’t crossed the road outside of the school carefully, putting themselves and others in danger.  It is great we now have Mrs Welburn outside each morning and afternoon in her School Crossing Patrol role.  Please make sure you cross the road safely.
INSET Day
Don’t forget Monday 6th June is an INSET Day.  The school will be closed whilst the teachers work hard in response to our recent Ofsted report looking at our bespoke curriculum and its delivery, as well as ensuring the curriculum offer meets the needs of all learners.
We look forward to seeing everyone on Tuesday 7th June.  
Have a lovely half term break.  Enjoy the Jubilee celebrations.
Take care
Kim Huggett

Singing at the Jubilee Family Picnic and the Edgcumbes Summer Market

Dear Parents and Carers,
Thank you very much to the replies regarding the two singing events.
Not surprisingly, as the Jubilee Family Picnic is in the half term break and extended bank holiday, the number of children who were available to sing at this event was quite low.  This means we are not going to take part,
However, the numbers are far more positive for the Edgcumbes Summer Market on Saturday 2nd July.  We will be singing at 11am and more details regarding this event will be sent out after the half term break.
Kind regards
Chris Hughes
Deputy Headteacher