Daily Archives: November 5, 2014

Diary Dates

More details will be shared nearer each event

5th – 10th November        3.30pm – 4.00pm             Book Fair (Broadway Café)

17th November                  6.00pm                           e-Safety Training for Parents

20th November                  10.00am – 3.00pm         NELC Special Needs Event (Humber Royal Hotel)

6th December                     10.00am – 11.00am      Choir Club singing in Freshney Place

9th December                     9.30am – 10.30am          Year 6 singing carols at Parkway Cinema

10th December                  2.00pm                             Year 3 Christmas Concert

11th December                  9.30am & 6.30pm             Year 3 Christmas Concert

12th December                                                           Christmas Jumper Day

12th December                                                           Christmas Dinner

12th December                  2.30pm                             HSA Christmas Fair

15th December                  3.35pm                             Christmas Film Show

19th December                  am                                    Whole school visit to Parkway Cinema

19th December                  pm                                     Toy Afternoon

19th December                  3.35pm                               School closes for Christmas

6th January                                                                   School opens to pupils


We are, as usual, selling poppies in school for the Poppy Appeal. Children may bring a donation into school (minimum 20p please) for this worthy charity.  Due to numbers, children will only be able to buy one poppy each.

e-Safety Training

As part of our e-Safety provision, we have arranged for a day of training, led by Alan McKenzie of ‘e-safety adviser’.   The day will comprise of training for staff, pupils, parents and governors.  We would therefore like to invite you to a training session on Monday 17th November at 6.00pm (Junior Hall).  The session will cover ‘awareness of the child protection risks related to e-safety, tailored to a home environment. This is a 60-minute session for parents and guardians into e-safety issues and risks to children whilst using digital technology. This is also an opportunity for parents to ask for advice and guidance about any related issues.’