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Newsletter 25 November 2016

Dear Parents

All of the KS2 classrooms now have new tables and chairs and they look very smart. Thank you to FOHNS and your contributions which have made this possible. This means we have a lot of old tables and chairs to dispose of!  If you would like any for a child’s bedroom or your allotment for example, or you know anyone who does please come and help yourself before we get rid of them.

Headlice:  They have been reported in Nursery and Y6. Please check your child’s hair and treat everyone with head lice on the same day.  If the treatment doesn’t work the first time please be persistent and/or try a different approach.

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/head-lice/pages/treatment.aspx

Crèche : Please sign up at the office for a place for the KS2 performances – Monday 28 November in the Study Centre, or Tuesday 29 November in the old Red Room as we have flower arranging class in the Study Centre on Tuesdays.

Owl Club: Next week we will be sending out details of our new after school club Owl Club – look out for the letter!

New Yoga Class at HN school starting after Christmas.   Tuesday evenings, 8.00-9.00pm, free taster class. Previous yoga experience necessary as this class will not be suitable for complete beginners.  Last few spaces only remaining.   Please contact Fran for further information:

07950 24037/franyoga@rocketmail.com/www.frankirkyoga.moonfruit.com

FOHNS: Bag2School raised £120.00; thank you for bringing in your bags of unwanted clothes.

Thank you for your kind donations for the Christmas Fair. Please return all raffle tickets (sold with stubs and payment, or unsold) to school by Thursday 1 December.  We would be very grateful for your donations of cakes from Thursday 1st December and we look forward to seeing you all at the Fayre on Friday 2 December from 4.30pm.

Mrs Orchard will be selling Christmas Concert tickets for the church at the Christmas Fayre.

Primary School Application: Is your child 3 or 4 years old?

Primary school place – you must apply now. If your child was born on or between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013, you need to apply for a primary school place now.

You must still apply even if your child already attends our nursery.

Deadline for applications is 15 January 2017Apply online at www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/admissions

– it’s quick, easy and secure.  You can get free access to the internet at many of our libraries and children’s centres – ask for details at your local facility.

REMINDERS:  Christmas Fair Friday 2 December 4.30-7.00pm.

WELL DONE: This week we have said well done to Heath Marshall, Lily Harvey, Sam Broom, Darcy Lambourne, All Y3, Ellis Holdsworth, Oskar Wahlen, Ella Hawthorne, Lily Armstrong, All Y6

Governor Business: This week the Finance committee met to discuss priorities for the school building maintenance.  It has been decided that the most pressing problem is the roof leaks, followed by decorating some of the areas in the school where the need is greatest.

ACTIVITIES:  This week we have hosted two teachers from Sweden as part of our new Erasmus project and we have been planning the activities for the year.  This is a project funded by the British Council where we will be using entrepreneurial skills to develop maths and literacy.  Mrs Stovin-Bradford attended an autism course.  Children had their flu vaccine in school. The children have all been practising hard for their Christmas productions.

Out of School Achievements: Torin Hackland most improved player in his Rugby team, Rosie Brown Level 8 Gymnastics Award, Bethany Jarvis Stage 6 Swimming, Anna Horth Stage 3 Swimming, Rosie Petre ASA Honours Award in Swimming, Daisy Petre Stage 6 Swimming, Maisey Kelly completed the Hooky Race for Life, Isabella Nunneley Yellow Award Wade Gymnastics.

Kind regards

 

Mrs S Belgrove

Head teacher

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