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This week we have celebrated Class Two’s achievements in their fabulous class assembly.  It provided demonstrations across a wide range of areas, including our focus on ‘Talk for Writing’.  The children recited a selection of poems, including one in French!  Well done Class Two.

Last night we welcomed the new Reception parents to our school.  It was lovely to see so many new faces as well as the families we already know.  The parents will be in school during the last two weeks of term getting to know us a little better and ensuring the children have some time in their new class before the Summer holiday.

This afternoon is Cluster Bell Boating.  We had a lot of very excited children this morning!  They will be competing against other schools – it sounds like a fantastic afternoon and I am looking forward to telling you all about it next week.

Before I go on to next week, I would just like to let you know that I have been asked to pass a piece of information regarding e-safety to you.  There have been a number of incidents where people’s private photographs have been accessed from internet based storage systems (such as iCloud) then put on the internet for public viewing.  Please check your security settings so that your personal information/data/photographs are not compromised.

Next week is a busy week.  It is Arts Week so the children will be busy practising for the school production as part of their activities.  On Tuesday 30th June our Year Fives going to Bredon Hill Middle School or St. Egwin’s will spend all day at their new school.  On Thursday 2nd July we will have a coffee morning in the hall (9.00-10.00am) for parents to come in and meet Mrs Poole (the new teacher for Roe Deer Class in September).  On Thursday at 9am we have races for Reception, followed by races for Years One and Two in the afternoon (starting from 1.15pm); everyone is welcome to come along and watch.  On Friday we have our Class One assembly in the morning (9.00am), followed by races for Class Three and Class Four in the afternoon (starting from 1.15pm; everyone is welcome to come along and watch).

Unfortunately I need to inform you that Mrs Muirhead is poorly.  She will not be teaching for the rest of the term.  However she will be in on occasions to see the children.  Mrs. Poole, the teacher that will be covering Mrs. Muirhead’s maternity leave, has kindly agreed to start work on Wednesday 1st July (which is Mrs. Muirhead’s next teaching day) to ensure continuity for the children.  We are looking forward to welcoming Mrs. Poole into school and we will let you know when Mrs. Muirhead will visit us.

Lastly, if you haven’t already done so, we would like to invite you to complete a parent evaluation questionnaire. We would really appreciate you taking time to fill this in and submit it by the end of today.  Thank you. 

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