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Newsletter 12th May 2022

Newsletter 12th May 2022
May 12, 2022 Sandy Pike

Dear Parents and Carers

Year 6 have taken their national tests, the SATs, this week and Mrs Clasby, Ms Stone and I have all been enormously proud of their attitude and effort. I am sure they will have done very well, but we know that, whatever the results, they have tried their hardest. Well done to all of you.


The PTFA held a well-attended meeting on Friday and we keen for me to let everyone know that Ice Cream Friday will start again tomorrow. If you would like your child to have an ice cream after school, please send them into school on Friday with 50p.

Other School and PTFA Dates for your Diary – more details will come from the committee directly:

17th May – 15:20 Parents’ Meeting on the new Sex and Relationships Education curriculum

17:00 Meeting for parents of children in next year’s Reception

18th May – Bring in recycled container for Seed Bombs, pumpkin planting at 14:45

19th May – 09:00 Parent Forum and Meet the New Headteacher

21st May – May Ball – some tickets still available

24th May – Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. No hot lunch – Party lunch provided,

children to wear something royal or purple

10th June – Quiz Night

17th June – PTFA Meeting

13th & 14th July – Whole School Summer Production

15th July – Barbecue

19th July – Sports Day

20th July – End of Term for children

Class Assemblies will take place next half term – final dates will be sent home before the


21st July – INSET Day

22nd July – School Closed

1st and 2nd September – INSET Days

The PTFA is also one of the organisations in ASDA’s current Green Token scheme. If we end the voting period ahead of the other two, the PTFA will be presented with £500 to spend on Your Children! To vote, go to Green Tokens – Vote | Asda

On-line Safety

Dorset’s Safer Schools and Communities Team has put together a couple of short videos to support you in keeping your children safe on-line. We are aware that some of the children are aware of the content of games and films they are too young to watch, so I would recommend the guidance to everyone:

Further advice can be found on the NSPCC and Thinkuknow websites.

With best wishes


James Stanford