P9 visited the Tim Lamb Centre on Monday 11th March. The centre provides specialist leisure provision for 0-25’s with a disability or additional need. Everyone felt so welcome and relaxed, it was such an enjoyable experience that P9 voted it as a 10 out of 10! Pupils accessed outdoor play areas which included small animal areas and outdoor musical instruments. There was also a trampoline and foam pit area, a sensory room, a music room and a teenage zone. If parents or carers are interested in visiting there are leaflets available in school reception, as the centre is open during school holidays and at weekends.
P3 enjoyed dressing up and writing about their favourite characters for world book day.
P3 have been reading ‘The World’s Worst Children’ by David Walliams and some of the characters from the story even made an appearance.
Great afternoon had by all.
We had an amazing time celebrating World Book Day. P2 invited parents to join the festivities. We read together and used a range of materials to create pictures of our favourite characters. We even took part in a book swap, exchanging books we had read with other children in primary.
Dear Parents / Carers
With your help and support we are planning to form a Parent, Teacher Association which we hope will play a central role in developing stronger links between our staff and parents / carers and in the process raise money to help fund new projects within school.
All parents / carers with children at the school are welcome to be members of the PTA and you can become involved either by joining the Committee, joining the list of volunteers and helping out occasionally, volunteering your skills / interests / time for use with school students, attending PTA events or by just giving us your ideas. Before we can begin with the organisation of the group, we need to find out how many parents / carers would be interested.
Please complete and return the reply slip on the letter that has been sent home and return it to school by Friday 07 December.
Head of school