Please could you ensure that you let the office know if your child is changing from school dinners to packed lunch or packed lunch to school dinners. This is so we can let the kitchen know how many dinners to prepare.
After a good night’s sleep (hmmm) and a full English breakfast, we are on our way back into the city for our last activity.
On Tuesday 24th April we are hosting a Superfunk Roller Disco for children in Years 3 and 4. Those wishing to take part will attend the event with their class at an arranged time within the school day. All equipment is provided. For health and safety reasons, pupils must wear the skates provided and are therefore not able to wear their own roller-skates. The cost of this event is £1.00 per child.
If you wish your child to participate in the Superfunk Roller Disco, please ensure that your child has their Games kit in school on this day, complete the slip that is attached to the letter and hand it in to the school office along with £1.00 by Monday 23rd April.
To view the letter and reply slip click here. Rollerstrut disco
After an uneventful journey and a spot of lunch, it’s off to our first visit.
Cleethorpes Cricket club is starting their Junior Coaching nights again on a Friday evening. Boys and girls all welcome and no previous cricket experience needed. Times for theses sessions will be 6 pm for 5-8 years and 6:45pm for 9-11 years at a cost of £5 registration and £2 training subs.
Its been a long day at the Auditorium. After a morning of rehearsals and fun, it’s down to the serious business of hair and makeup. Less than an hour to go…
One of our year 5 pupils, Jazz Newton is raising money for The Little Princess Trust
19 months ago after seeing a Facebook post of one of his girl BMX friend’s haircut and donation to The Little Princess Trust, Jazz decided that he would like to grow his hair long and do the same. At the time we thought he would soon get fed up with it, but he surprised us all. It hasn’t always been easy for him. He has had to put up with being called a girl frequently. This often upset him and made him want to quit and have it cut off, but he stuck with it and his hair is now at a suitable length to donate. He is now asking for everyone to donate to this wonderful charity to help fund the making of many wigs for children that have lost their hair to illnesses such as cancer, Jazz will be having his haircut on the 31st March, and he is hoping to raise £1000 for the charity.
To donate please visit.www.justgiving.com and search Jazz Newton Haircut.