The film night will be going ahead thanks to parents volunteering to help! We look forward to seeing you later! PTA
We are looking forward to supporting Comic Relief tomorrow!
Children are invited to come to school dressed in something red as part of their uniform or sports kit with something red to show their support. This year we are accepting contributions electronically through the SchoolGateway. (Please come and speak with us if you are experiencing any difficulties.)
Mrs Johnson will be hosting a ‘mud run’ after school on the school field. Parents are responsible for their children during this event. Children will need to wear trainers and sports kit. The event is free to enter, but we would welcome a donation towards the charity. The Garden Fields PTA will be selling refreshments and snacks. There is no need to book – just come along and join in the fun! (Children may need to have a change of clothes – they can get very muddy!)
Children will be bringing home a copy of the Summer/Autumn 2017 dinner menu. Please let us know if you would like to change your child’s meal pattern as a result of the change.
Meals for children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 continue to be free. School meals will cost £2.35 per day from 18 April.
There are some important changes to the EYFS Celebration Morning on Monday 27 March. Please look on the school calendar for updates.
The PTA urgently need more helpers tomorrow night for the evening to go ahead. Please sign up on PTASocial or contact Carlee Haywood email@example.com if you are able to help. The evening will be cancelled if there are insufficient adults to assist. Thank you.
The PTA continues to work hard to raise funds for our school. Events coming up include the Mothers Day Sale (Thursday), Mud Run and Y1-6 Film Night (Friday) and EYFS Easter Egg Hunt (Monday).
None of these events are possible without the support of our families. Any contribution including volunteering (CLICK HERE), bringing in cakes or simply allowing your child to participate is welcome and appreciated!
Further details can be found on the school calendar.
All parents are invited and encouraged to complete our annual parent questionnaire.
The survey can be accessed here.
If you experience any difficulties or would prefer to complete a paper copy then please contact the school office.
Your opinion counts and is used in our planning so please take time to give us feedback!
After school football for has been cancelled on Monday 13 March. The planned matches will still go ahead.
We were delighted to receive a letter in January congratulating the school on the KS2 2016 results. Click HERE to see the letter.
We are pleased to be able to offer parents the opportunity to purchase a hand-crafted keepsake board for Mothers Day. Details can be found HERE. Orders need to placed by 10 March.
Mr Farrugia’s fourth newsletter has been published today – it can be found under News & Dates – Newsletter to Parents.
If you would like your child to have milk in the Summer Term you must order it by Friday 10 March 2017. Forms can be found HERE.
To celebrate World Book Day we have a special menu planned!
The choices will be: BFG Big Fish Goujons, Half Moon Cheese Pasty or Ham Roll.
There is no need to do anything unless your child does not usually have a school meal (£2.30 – please pay via the School Gateway).
Well done to the Garden Fields A team who participated in the School Foil League. Read the match report HERE.
An amazing £520 was raised on the 10 February for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Thank you everyone – you looked great!
We are delighted to announce that there will be a new after school netball club for boys and girls in Y4 starting on Thursday 23 February. Spaces are limited. Parents should sign up their children by using the school gateway.
There is no home learning club after school today.
Mr Farrugia’s third newsletter has been published today – it can be found under News & Dates – Newsletter to Parents.
The PTA are holding a film night for children in EYFS only on Friday 10 March! There is no need to book – £4 at the door which includes a drink and snack. Further details can be found on the school calendar.
St Luke’s is a special school for young people aged 9-16 years. They aim to create a happy and safe learning environment for students with complex moderate learning difficulties, including those with autisitc spectrum disorders and social communication difficulties. They are having an open morning next week – click HERE for details.