Weekly Newsletter – Friday 21st June 2019
Posted by: Office Team on June 21, 2019 at 2:46 pm
Yesterday, we received a visit from Chris Penn, Director of Education for the Diocese. He went into each classroom to meet the children. He was highly impressed with the Palm Oil Project and the children’s passion for learning. The children are very fired up about bringing about change to save the animals. I have invited Chris Penn and colleagues from the Diocese to attend our exhibition.
It is one week until our Zoo Exhibition in the school hall. All the children have been working so hard again this week to create letters, posters, artwork and learn about Sumatra and Borneo. Next week the staff will begin to put all the children’s work together to transform the hall for the exhibit. We are very much looking forward to seeing everyone there between 2pm to 4pm next Friday, 28th June.
We are still desperately in need of these items for the exhibit, which are:
Lots of empty cans and large plastic bottles – if each family could aim to bring in one or more for Monday that would be very much appreciated!
We also require a large easel if anyone has one we could borrow, if so please contact us.
Fete – Saturday 22nd June 1pm
The rearranged fair is TOMORROW! We are looking forward to seeing as many people as possible there tomorrow. The Fair will take place between 1pm and 3.30pm. The procession for the Spring Queen and King will take place at 2pm with the class dances taking place immediately after. Please ensure that the children are in their costumes ready for 2pm.There is no entrance fee this year, but we are running a lotto. The tickets cost £5 with the winner receiving £100 and two runners up winning £50 each. Don’t forget to buy your tickets for your chance to win. Elaine will be busy making burgers and sausages which can be bought from the school hall. We will also have a bar selling Pimms, Peroni and Prosecco as well as soft drinks. Please encourage your children to take part in the vintage games. Everyone who wins a game will receive a token for their team. The team with the most tokens at the end of the day will be rewarded with a non-uniform day.
9am – set up committee
10am – everyone else set up
12.55 – stall holders arrive to collect floats 1pm – fair starts 1.45pm – procession to meet in year 4 to get ready 2pm – lotto closes and floats collected in 2pm – procession and crowning Go back to year 4 after procession and crowning to get changed for dances
2.15 – lotto drawn
2.20 – dances begin starting with reception. After dances floats handed back out and stalls reopen
3.15 – barrel of booze and sweet hamper drawn
Thank you in advance to everyone who supports the fair and keep your fingers crossed for sunshine!
Thank you for your support.
Premier Education – Sports Provider from September 2019
Early next week in school, the children will be given the survey below to choose their top 3 activities relating to After School Clubs from September. Once the children have completed, they will bring the forms home for parents to look at their choices and add any comments if necessary. Please could these be returned to school for us to forward onto Premier Education.
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.
St Oswalds Church Fete – Saturday 6th July
Calling all parents – St Oswald’s Annual Fete is on Saturday, 6 July from 12.00 on the school field. We could really use some help setting out the field on the Saturday morning or clearing away from 4.00ish.
So, if you could spare some time, it would be greatly appreciated. Hope you are game for the Tug O’ War too. All ages can take part.
Just turn up. Many thanks Joan Drye 07812655493
The children need to arrive at school at 12.45 to be ready to dance at 1pm. Children will be dancing the same dances as our school fete on 22nd June. If you are unable to attend, please could you let the class teacher know. Thank you.
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.
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 1 – well done!
Dojo Winners- The winning team is Peake (green) with 464 points.
Year 6: Mai-Sze
Year 5: Lilly, Darcey, Sidney
Year 4: Florence, Seb
Year 3: Max
Year 2: Arthur, Hannah
Year 1: Xander, Heath
Health and Safety
Please can I remind you that children cannot play on the Key Stage 1 play area until all cars have LEFT the playground. Thank you.
As we have the Palm Oil exhibition on Friday, there will be no praise assembly next week.
Dates for Summer Term
- 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
- Wednesday 24th July: Year 6 leavers service 9.15 am