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Newsletter 30 January

Dear Parents

Attendance : Well done to Year 1 and Year 3 for Almost Full Attendance 19-23 January.

Parking : Please be mindful when parking on Sibford Road as concern has been expressed for everyone’s safety, particularly with large vehicles trying to get through when cars are parked on both sides of the road, and people turning in driveways.

Food with Thought’s ‘Buy 9 meals get 1 free’ offer has been postponed until March – further details will follow.

FOHNS Quiz Night TONIGHT, 7.45pm at the Sports & Social Club – tables of up to 6 per team, £3 per person, just turn up!

Coming soon!

Prayer Space week (9-13th Feb) : All classes will have the opportunity to visit the Prayer Space during the week to reflect and interact with a variety of resources.  On Thursday 12th from 3.15-4.45pm there will be an open afternoon for Parents and Carers to share the sensory experience.  Any Parents/Grandparents/Carers who have some free time and would like to come in and help out during the week please see class teachers.

FOHNS Valentine Cake Sale Friday 13th after school. Tickle your loved ones’ taste buds!

FOHNS Skittles Evening Friday 27th, 7.30pm at The Sun – tickets on sale now from the school office at £15 including skittles, food and welcome drink.

Well Done!  This week we have said Well Done to: All Year 1, Maizy Jack, Poppy Queenan, Elliott Miskin, Finn Casson, Oliver Winhammar, Holly Evans, Ace Kenneford, Karina Graham, Lani Tanner, Oliver Stowe, Olivia Knight, Edward Mix

Activities: Well done to the teams who took part in the Chipping Norton Partnership Netball Tournament; Year 5 came third & Year 6 were joint second. William Porter, Max Nicholls, Eliza Porter, Imogen Taylor, Tane Wallis, Oscar Simmonds, Victoria Harris and Emily Outten were named as Sporting Champions. Year 3 & Year 4 enjoyed two sessions of golf run by Chipping Norton Golf Club. Some Year 6 pupils spoke with their penpals in Sweden.  Year 2 walked around the village as part of their Big Question ‘What would Katie Morag find exciting about Hook Norton?’ looking particularly at different buildings, and Year 1 had a fantastic day at Banbury Museum yesterday looking at toys for their Big Question ‘Do we have better toys than our Grandparents did?’.

We had a very successful Health & Safety audit, an annual check by Oxfordshire County Council staff.

Year 6 Residential Visit : Next week, Year 6’s will be spending the week at Yenworthy Lodge in Devon, one of Oxfordshire County Council’s Outdoor Education Centres, (now leaving at 10am due to adverse weather conditions – children should arrive at school at normal time) where they will be taking part in exciting team-building activities and challenges, with Mrs Peters, Mrs Robertson and Mr Newman. Mrs Inglis will be joining Mrs White in Year 4 for the week.

Out of School Achievements: Rosie Petre Stage 4 Swimming, Catherine Monelle 400m Swimming, and well done to Ella White who raised £200 for cancer from sales of her Cancer Research UK Christmas Card design.

Reminder Class Assemblies, all at 9.10 am:

Y5 – Weds 11 February

Y6 – Weds 25 February – NB changed since diary dates were issued

Y2 – Weds 4 March – NB changed since diary dates were issued

Y3 – Weds 11 March

Y4 – Weds 18 March

Y1 – Weds 25 March

Hymn of the Week: Colours in the Rainbow Christian Value of the month: Reverence

Yours sincerely

Mrs S Belgrove

Head Teacher

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