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Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA)
We would like to invite you to have cake and coffee for our Macmillan Coffee morning on Thursday 29th September 2022. We are also looking for parent/carers to make/donate cakes so we can raise as much money as possible for this fantastic charity. I can imagine that everyone knows someone in their family or friendship group that has been affected by this disease.
We would like to invite you in to School before the Coffee morning to take part in your child’s learning. It will be part of a maths measures day. The focus of the activities are practical and if there is fine weather many will take place outside.
(please note that this is for adults only and not siblings – thank you).
Parents please arrive promptly at 10am to spend half an hour with your child before the coffee and cake at 10.30am.
The coffee morning will be a very sociable event where you can sit down and have a chat with friends. If you can help us please complete and return the slip, (in our letter) bringing any cake in a named container on the morning of the 29th September 2022. All donations will be greatly appreciated – thank you.
Should there be some cake left over!!
We will ask the children if they would like to buy a slice for £1. Please bring a named envelope with £1 so that your child can bring home a slice of cake
Important dates for this half term.
This year we are continuing to focus on improving standards in reading and in particularly building on our love of reading and the enjoyment that it can bring. If you can encourage a child to read for pleasure, they will reap the benefits. Research has clearly shown that reading for pleasure can be directly linked to a child’s success throughout their education and even into adulthood. Reading for pleasure opens up new worlds for children. It gives them the opportunity to use their imagination to explore new ideas, visit new places and meet new characters. Interestingly, reading for please also improves children’s well-being and empathy. It helps them to understand their own identity, and gives them an insight into the world and the
Sports Day was due to take place at the end of the Summer which we unfortunately had to cancel due to the heatwave. We have now rearranged this to take place on the morning of Wednesday 21st September. This is weather permitting.