UPCOMING DIARY DATES
Monday 31st October – Children return to school
Thursday 3rd November – FOSCS Spooks and Sparkles Discos (Reception and KS1, 4-5pm, KS2, 5.15-6.15pm)
Tuesday 8th November – Individual and sibling school photos
Week beginning 14th November – Road Safety Week
Friday 18th November – Non- uniform (£1 donation) for Children in Need
Saturday 19th November – FOSCS Family Entertainment Quiz
21st october 2022
It has been lovely this week to have so many parents involved in school events with Parents’ Evenings, Pre-school bread making and our Harvest Service at the church all being so well attended. It has been great to see you all and we hope you enjoyed/found useful every event you were able to come to. As always, we welcome any feedback, particularly about the Harvest Service, so that we can use it to make future events even better.
Mrs Christine Richards
I’m sure you will join us in passing on our sincere congratulations and best wishes to Miss Davies who is getting married next week. When we return after half term she will be Mrs Thatcher. We hope you have an amazing day, Sophie, and a very happy future together!
It is a lovely thought when people are having a clear out of books their children have finished with and they choose to give them to the school. Unfortunately, unless a book is listed on our Accelerated Reader programme, we have limited use for it. It would be really helpful, therefore, if you could check the list by following this link and only donate books that are included.
The children were beautifully behaved, sang brilliantly and shared their thoughts and creativity fabulously during our Harvest Service at St Michael’s Church yesterday. It was absolutely super to be able to return to the church as a school for an event such as this after such a long time. Please see below for a selection of pictures of the event.
The value for this week is generosity
Year 1 – Henry
Year 2 – Karla
Year 3 – George
Year 4 – Toby
Year 5 – Faith
Year 6 – Pippa
Year 1 – Jacob for a fabulous story about Mrs Richards’ scarf, written independently
Year 2 – Eric for always setting a good example and trying so hard with his writing
Year 3 – Maisy for great effort in maths this week
Year 4 – Romane for thinking of some great ideas in her diary entry plan
Year 5 – Wakhiwe for the effort he put into his Shackleton and Titanic writings
Year 6 – Mylo for determination when tackling long division
Year 1 – Iris
Year 2 – Chloe
Year 3 – Jacob
Year 4 – Callum
Year 5 – Jacob
Year 6 – Reece B
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