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Term 6

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

Welcome back to the final term of this academic year.  I hope you have all had a lovely break and the children are ready to complete this busy but rewarding term.

 

The topics for this term are:
Class 1: The Seaside

Class 2: Water

Class 3: Medicine Through the Ages

 

The clubs available this term are:

Monday after school 3.15-4.15pm: Football club (Year 3 – Year 6)

Thursday after school 3.15-4.15pm: Outdoor Games club (Year 3 – Year 6).

 

 

We have some exciting events coming up this term, which include:

 

Mon 3 June            Start of Term 6

 

Tues 4 June           Year 6 Leaver’s Service @ Gloucester Cathedral 10.30am

 

Mon 10 June          Baptist Church team leading assembly in school

 

Fri 21 June            meeting for new Reception parents at school, 9.15am

 

Sun 23 June          Berkeley Show (Wheelbarrow competition)

 

Thurs 27 June       ‘Shuffle Up’ Day – when Year 6 children visit their secondary schools and children visit their new classes/teachers within school.  New reception children visit school for an afternoon (12.50-3.15pm)

 

Fri 5 July              Class 3 Harry Potter trip and Class 1 & 2 trip to Dyrham Park

 

Wed 10 July          Year 6 bike ride

 

Mon 15 July           Governors’ meeting at school 6pm


Wed 17 July          Year 6 Leavers’ Play – performances at 2.00pm and 5.30pm

 

Thurs 18 July        Last Otters session

 

Fri 19 July             End of Term leavers’ service at St Arilda’s Church 1.15-2.15pm.  Last day of term for children.

 

Mon 22 July       INSET DAY (4)

 

Tues 23 July      INSET Day (5)

 

At the end of term 5 we held our annual Sports Day.  I am pleased to announce that the winning term were the Lions with 72 points.  The team is made up of the following children: Jakey, Izzy, Theo, Bethan, Eva, Joe, Jack T, Toby, Ava and Flossie.  A big well done does to this team and everyone  who took part and tried so hard at this event.

 

As you know, we are very keen to work with you to raise the attendance figures at our school.  At present our attendance figures is 94.85%, which is below the national average of 96%.  Please could I remind you to book family holidays and breaks in the school holidays.

 

Yours sincerely,

Debbie Dix

Head teacher