A message from the Headteacher …
We have had a great week in school. Thank you to everyone who came to the Early Years and Key Stage 1 Nativity performances and our Christmas crafts afternoon. We have a very busy next week and then a well deserved rest over Christmas for two weeks.
Next week we have a Christmas disco and parties after school, Christmas lunch and on Friday, children can come in non-uniform and wear a Christmas jumper if they have one or wear something festive. Please can children donate a pound and we will send the money to Save the Children which is a fantastic charity.
Thank you to everyone who have bought raffle tickets. The raffle will be drawn on Wednesday so if you would like to buy any more tickets before then, please ask at the office.
Have a great weekend and see you all next week.
What’s happening next week…
Monday 16th December – Next week our Christmas Disco will be a Christmas party for our children. We will be having party games and a disco. Entry is £1 and children will be given juice, cake and sweets. They will not need to bring any additional money with them this time. Early Years and Key Stage 1 will be straight after school from 3.15 – 4.30. Please could Early Years and Key Stage 1 children bring in party clothes to get changed into at the end of the day and could parents collect at 4.30pm. Key Stage 2 party is from 4.45 – 6pm. Please could all children be collected from school at 6pm as it is late. Children will not be allowed to walk home on their own at this time. We look forward to seeing lots of children at our Key Stage parties!
Wednesday 18th December – Christmas lunch at 11.30am.
Friday 20th December – Christmas Jumper Day – we are holding our Christmas jumper / non uniform Day in aid of Save the Children – suggested donation of £1. If you do not have a Christmas Jumper please try to send them in alternative Christmas wear.
Friday 20th December – School closes at 3.15pm for the Christmas holidays
Our school target is 97%
This week our attendance was 91.59%
Nidd – 89.6%
Aire – 87.08%
Ouse – 91.25%
Derwent – 93.85%
Foss – 94.14%
Calder – 94.38%
Humber – 95%