19th March 2018
Last week some of our Year Two children represented the school in the Key Steps Inter School Gymnastics competition. We were very proud of them and their achievements and celebrate with them the opportunity to participate in competition with a wide range of schools. Well done everyone.
On Thursday it was the turn of some of our Year One pupils who represented the school in the Stephen Joseph Theatre School Festival in Scarborough. Our children were the youngest pupils attending and they confidently performed a colourful seasonal production to the theme ‘Metamorphosis’. It was a delightful production of music, dance, mime and recitation which made us all smile and extremely proud of them all. Well done everyone.
Our celebration of the wider curriculum and engagement with the local community continues this week when our Year Two pupils stage their long awaited Opera ‘A Silver Swan’ at the Evron Centre on Thursday. The opera is the culmination of two terms of writing, redrafting, designing, art, music and drama and we excitedly await the production.
Mrs Stubbs class Poetry Assembly will take place on Friday 23rd March in the School Hall at 9.15am. All parents/carers from children in Mrs Stubbs class are warmly invited to join us.
Parents are invited to join Reception ‘Enterprise’ for Mrs Kerr, Mrs Atkin and Mrs Clegg/Mrs Macmillan’s class which will focus on ‘Talk for Writing’ on Wednesday 21st March at 2.15pm.
Year One Enterprise for Mrs Stubbs and Mr Jackson’s class will be on Wednesday 28th March at 2.20pm in the School Hall and will be a Cinema experience – don’t miss an opportunity to see your child ‘film stars’!!
Book Fair is still open after school until 4pm on Tuesday 20th March. Thank you for supporting your children in extending their reading.
Easter is rapidly approaching and it’s time for our annual ‘Eggstravaganza’ yet again!!
EASTER EGG RAFFLE
We are again holding our ‘eggstrodinary’ Easter Egg Raffle to be drawn on Thursday 29th March and tickets are attached. Please return by Wednesday 28th March.
DECORATED EASTER EGG COMPETITION
Our ‘eggcillerating’ annual Decorated Egg Competition will be on Thursday 29th March and the theme this year is ‘Famous People’. The staff are looking forward ‘eggspectantly’ to the wonderful interpretations that the children make. Please bring decorated eggs to the school hall on the morning of Thursday 29th March.
EASTER BONNET PARADE
The children are invited to make an ‘eggciting’ Easter Bonnet to wear on Thursday 29th March. They will parade through the school and parents are invited to join us at 2.30pm in your child’s classroom to see the Easter Parade. Entrance is by the normal end of school gates.
School closes for the Easter Holidays on Thursday 29th March and re-opens on Tuesday 17th April. The staff and myself thank you for your continued support and wish you all a very ‘Happy Easter’.
Mrs D L Crosier