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Dear Parent / Carer
Please note that the children finish school for the summer holidays on Friday 20thJuly 2017 at 1pm. Can we remind everyone to check the lost property box before we break up, as all unclaimed articles will be disposed of at the end of term. The lost property box is located by the Arches building. We ask if you can kindly please check on a regular basis from now until the last day of term.
Miss M Davies
Head of School
DATES FOR YOUR CALENDAR:
03.05.18 Voting Day school closed to all pupils (except Year 6 who will be in 8:45 – 12pm)
07.05.18 Bank Holiday – school closed
14.05.18 SATs Week – Good Luck to all the Yr 6 pupils & staff.
24.05.18 Half Term Holiday & Non Uniform – Donation £1 for school fund.
25.05.18 Teacher Training Day
17.06.18 Father’s Day Celebrations
19.07.18 Parents Afternoon
20.07.18 Break up for Summer Holiday at 1pm.
Summer Term Starts: Monday 16thApril 2018
Half Term: Monday 28thMay 2018 – Friday 1stJune 2018
Summer Term Ends: Friday 20thJuly 2018
Year 1 will be visiting Aston Park on Tuesday 17th April as an opportunity to experience their home surroundings for their theme this term 'Aston'. Parents are welcome to attend this trip for a picnic only with their child at 11:30-12:30. If you would like to attend please meet the children at the front of Aston Hall at 11:30. Your child will receive a free packed lunch and must wear school uniform.
On Wednesday 18th April, we are celebrating an Autism awareness day. During the day, we will be learning all about autism and discussing individual differences. We ask that all children wear either pink or purple on this day as these are the colours of the National Autistic Society. Children do not need to bring in any money for this.
At 9.00am, I will be holding a coffee morning for parents of children who have autism or for any parents who would like to find out more about autism. Please join us. It would be great to see as many parents as possible.
Assistant leader for Inclusion
You may be aware that there is a leaflet being posted that refers to ‘Punish a Muslim day’.
Understandably this has caused alarm amongst our children and our community. We will be speaking to the children this week to reassure them and this matter has been reported to the police and other authorities.
As with all acts of terrorism I feel that this is intended to spread fear and confusion and to unsettle our community.
Our aim is to keep your children calm and to support you to remain calm whilst the appropriate authorities deal with the matter.
Mr S Gulzar
Executive Headteacher & CEO