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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Tea Party

We will be holding the tea party for the children on the afternoon of Thursday 26th May.

The children will all watch each class or year group perform their dances through the decades.  Then, we will have a traditional tea party in class groups, followed by traditional games on the field.

The only parents who will be at the tea party are the ones who have volunteered to help prepare and serve food.

You will, of course, have the opportunity to see the dances as they will be placed onto the school website for you to enjoy!

Please send in a £1 coin in a named envelope to help us cover the costs of the tea party.  This can be handed to class teachers from Monday 16th May.

Thank you so much to volunteers and cake bakers.  We could not hold this event without you.

Book Share

We are aware that you have been unable to see your children’s books and work because Parents’ Evenings have been online this academic year.

For that reason, we are inviting you in to your children’s classrooms where they will be able to share their books with you.  They may even show you their favourite pieces of work!

Our book shares will be from 2.45pm.  Once you have seen all of your child’s work, you may leave with them but this must be through the main office.

Tuesday 24th May – Years 2, 4, 6

Wednesday 25th May – Reception, Year 1, 3, 5

Please note – there will not be the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress or behaviour with the class teacher during the book share.

Uniform Shed

Just a reminder about the uniform shed. This is open on a Monday and a Wednesday from 2.30 – 3.00pm We have a lot of summer stock now, with summer dresses and boys shorts. As an aside, we are also looking for blue & white checked dresses for our forthcoming production of Matilda! If you have any family / friends who have this uniform and they have outgrown a uniform, please can we borrow it?

If you have any concerns about your child at school, please do not hesitate to make an appointment to come and see one of us.

Mary Driver Julie Hall Victoria Wheat