Weekly Newsletter – Friday 14th June 2019


  Posted by: Office Team on June 14, 2019 at 3:15 pm


It was lovely to receive so many positive comments, emails and messages via class dojo, in relation to the current palm oil project. Mary Savage (Year 1 parent) has given me permission to share her message with you all………

‘Hayden has informed me today that we can’t buy things with palm oil in because the men will keep chopping down the trees and are not planting new ones! He also said he wrote a letter to say don’t buy palm oil to help Rosie (the monkey). He rarely tells me about anything he has done at school, but this topic has obviously really grabbed him. It’s lovely to hear! Thank you’

Peover’s Promise – Palm Oil Project

Our project to help in the fight against deforestation and support sustainable palm oil is well underway in school. The children have been producing some wonderful work highlighting the need for change to protect endangered animals in Indonesia. It’s been fantastic to hear so much positive feedback from parents on how children have been sharing their learning about this issue at home and even when out at local restaurants or supermarkets. You can find a full list of sustainable palm oil products and brands on the Chester Zoo website by following the link below:

An important reminder that all the children’s work on the palm oil project will culminate in a whole school exhibition in the school hall on Friday 28th June.

The exhibition will run from 2pm -4pm and all parents are invited to attend, along with extended family members or friends of the community. We also have some special guests attending including the Knutsford Mayor and Chester Zoo Rangers. We look forward to seeing you all!

Hoodwinked Production- Plumley Village Hall

This modern Robin Hood musical is great fun to perform and will be enjoyed by children and parents alike. Robin Hood is back in town, along with Maid Marian, the Sheriff of Nottingham, Friar Tuck and Richard the Lionheart. Will he succeed in his plight to free the nation from the tyranny of the wicked Sheriff? Will King Richard return from the Crusades in time? And, will Maid Marian get her man? A swashbuckling modern adaptation of the traditional Robin Hood story, Hoodwinked will have your audience ‘booing’, ‘hissing’ and ‘cheering’ with gusto.

Tickets for this production are now available on Parentpay.  As in previous years we encourage children to attend the production, with a family member at either showing. Children will be allowed out of school for the 1.30pm treat. Children can be collected from school at 1pm and taken to Plumley. The show is suitable for the whole school.  Please join us for one of the highlights of the year.

Dancing Qualifications

Congratulations to the following children who have all just received their latest dance awards. Well done!  India, Hannah, Lyla, Naomi, Sophie, Charlotte, Lily and Evie.

Fair

Thank you to everyone who has volunteered for the Fair so far. This year’s fair will not have any fairground rides or inflatables. The main entertainment for the children will be the vintage games. Without volunteers to run these games we will have to abandon some or all of these games on the day which will affect both the atmosphere and the financial success of the event. If you haven’t already, please visit the sign-up sheet and put your name down for the slot on one of the games (www.volunteersignup.org/BJFEJ). The slots are only for an hour and not for the duration of the Fair which gives any volunteers the chance to enjoy the remainder of the event with their children. We will also be closing all stalls/ games during the procession and the class dances so that no one misses seeing their children dance. The success of all FLPS events really depends on the support of the parents. Thank you in advance.

Campfest

The pitches for Campfest are selling fast. To be in with a chance of winning a free pizza and bottle of Prosecco on the Friday evening, please ensure that you book your pitch by end of June. The motor home/camper van pitches are limited and have almost sold out so if you’d like one and haven’t booked please book them as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. All tickets/ pitches can be booked on parentpay.

Kids Club

Kids club will not be available AFTER SCHOOL on Friday 12th July, due to CampFest.

Transition Meeting for Joining Year 1

An introduction into expectations in Year 1 will be held for current Reception parents will be held on Monday 15th July at 2.30pm. It will be an opportunity for you all to meet Miss Williamson and ask her any questions you have about next year.

Transition Meeting for Joining Year 2

The date for this has been arranged for Friday 19th July at 2.30pm. Current Year 1 parents please come and meet Mr. Young and find out about life in Year 2.

Transition into Year, 3, 4, 5 and 6

Meetings have been arranged for the Autumn term for you to talk to teachers about expectations in the year and to meet the class teacher.

Year 3; Friday 13th September 2.30pm

Year 4: Friday 13th September 2.30pm

Year 5: Friday 5th September 2.30pm

Year 6: Friday 5th September 2.30pm

Edward Lawton Assembly- Monday 24th June

Non- Uniform day- Monday 1st July (donation)

Edward Lawton is an ex pupil at Lower Peover Primary School, who is now studying at Exeter University. On Monday 24th June, Edward will be leading an assembly at school about his latest venture.  In September 2019 he will be taking on the challenge of climbing up Kilimanjaro in aid of the Meningitis Research Foundation. To undertake this challenge Edward has to raise £3,000. To support Edward, I have agreed to hold a non- uniform day on Monday 1st July, for a donation of your choice.

Attendance – the class with the highest weekly attendance is Year 4 – well done!  As this is the fourth time Year 4 have achieved this, they have been awarded with a non- uniform day on Friday 14th June.

Dojo Winners- The winning team is Malala (yellow) with 486 points. 

Year 6:  Rhianna

Year 5: Christian

Year 4: Florence, Seb

Year 3: Summer, Alyssa, Eva

Year 2: Caitlin, Alexis

Year 1: Ben

Reception: Lucy, Jessica

Next week is Key Stage 2 praise assembly, on Friday.  

May bank holiday next year has been changed from Monday 4th May to Friday 8th May in 2020. This is to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE day.  A reminder that school is closed on Wednesday 19th June.

I hope you have a lovely weekend.

Sharon Dean

HEADTEACHER

Dates for Summer Term

  • Tuesday 18th June: Year 6 transition talk led by the police
  • Wednesday 19th June: INSET (Cheshire Show) – School Closed
  • Thursday 20th June: Year 6 to HCCS- transition
  • Friday 21st June: Non- uniform day for Year 4
  • Saturday 22nd June: Rescheduled Spring fete
  • Monday 24th June: Assembly led by past pupil Edward Lawton re fundraising event.
  • Monday 24th June: 10 am Knutsford Guardian to take pictures of Year 6 leavers.
  • Friday 28th June: Zoo exhibition in school for everyone to visit 2-4pm
  • Monday 1st July: Non- uniform day for donation- Meningitis (Edward Lawton)
  • Wednesday 3rd July- Plants returned to school for the competition.
  • Wednesday 3rd July: Eat with your child- Reception
  • Saturday 6th July: Church fete
  • 8th/9th /10th July: Year 5/6 to Plumley Village Hall all day
  • Tuesday 9th July: Year 6 SATS available for school to access
  • Wednesday 10th July: Year 5/6 production 1.30pm and 6pm- all welcome
  • Thursday 11th July: Year 6 to Astbury leavers service
  • Thursday 11th July: 6pm New starters meeting
  • 12th-14th July: Campfest
  • Monday 15th July: 2.30 Parents transition meeting from EYFS to Year 1
  • 16th/17th July: Transition to new classes and new Reception in school pm
  • Friday 19th July: Reports sent home
  • Friday 19th July: Year 2 transition meeting for parents 2.30pm
  • Wednesday 24th July: Year 6 leavers service 9.15 am