Weekly Newsletter – Friday 26th April 2019
We are really looking forward to the Spring Fair tomorrow. Thank you so much in advance to everyone who has baked cakes, signed up to help set up, assist on the stalls or help clear up. We literally couldn’t run the event without you all.
Don’t forget that this year there is no entrance fee but please bring £5 for the lotto for your chance to win the grand prize of £100 or one of two runner up prizes of £50. There will be the usual tombola, a kid’s tombola and also a chance to win a ‘barrel of booze’. This year we also have lots of vintage games to try out where the children have a chance of winning a non-uniform day for their team.
Hot food of sausages and burgers will be served in the Hall throughout the Fair and there will also be a bar serving peroni, pimms and Prosecco.
Of course, there will be the traditional crowning of the Spring Fair Queen and King which will take place at 2pm and the children will perform their amazing dance routines starting at 2.15pm. The dancing will take place in the hall if the weather is bad.
We look forward to seeing everyone there tomorrow at 1pm. Parking will be on the school field. Please don’t forget to bring plenty of change and keep your fingers crossed for good weather.
Church Flower Festival – Competition
I don’t know how much you know of the plans to hold a smallish Flower Festival in the village, centred round the Church this summer. Oswald’s Church is 750 years old this year and the idea is to have a ‘Celebration with Flowers’.
This would involve decorating the inside and outside of the church over the weekend of Friday July 5th to Monday July 8th (plus whatever decoration people want to do to their gardens etc)
The main floral decoration in church is being done by Knutsford Floral Club (might have got the name a bit wrong). But the aim is to include as many people and organisations and not to exclude folk.
Therefore, the children of Lower Peover have been invited to join in a competition, to fill a wellie or pot, or any suitable container with flowers to line the footpath. Please could your entries be in school by Wednesday 3rd July. There will be a prize for one child in each class. We look forward to receiving your wonderful creations.
Please could you email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to enter the competition, so we have a record of how many wellies/pots etc to expect. Thank you!
Class Dojo Masters
- Reception: Olivia
- Year 1: Georgiana
- Year 2: Summer, Cole
- Year 3: Freddie, Ellie, Freya
- Year 4: Florence
- Year 5: Cade
- Year 6: Evie, Freya
The winning team this week is Rowling (red) with 570 dojo points.
The winning attendance certificate this week is awarded to Year 2 with 99.60% – congratulations!
This is the 4th time that Year 2 have had the highest attendance, so will be rewarded with a non-uniform day on Friday 10th May.
I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow.
Dates for Summer Term until 24th May
- Tuesday 30th April: Ugandan visitors to visit school
- Whole of May: Key Stage 1 SATS are implemented.
- Thursday 2nd May: INSET day. School closed for polling.
- Tuesday 7th May: Year 1 class worship to parents at 2pm
- 7th– 10th May: Bikeability for Year 5
- Wednesday 8th May: Year 4 parents to eat with children
- Thursday 9th May: Year 3 to Gadbrook Park- Barclays lifestyle event
- Friday 10th May: Year 2 Non-uniform Day for attendance
- 13th – 16th May: Year 6 SATS
- Tuesday 21st May: Sports Day KS1 9.15, KS2 1pm
- Thursday 23rd May: School closed for European Elections – TO BE CONFIRMED
- 23rd – 24th May: Year 6 trip to London with Mr. Haslam, Mrs Dean, Mrs Lamb and Miss Tinker
- Friday 24th May: Break up