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This week has been incredibly busy!
Thank you to all that joined us for the School Circle AGM. We have managed to fill all roles and are delighted to continue to have a lovely calendar of events for the children and community. Because of all of the fantastic fundraising, school has been presented with a large donation this year. School is working alongside the School Circle to decide on how to invest so that all children benefit. We will, of course, let you know later in the term how the money has been spent. Thank you to all that have supported events over the year.
On Thursday, Merlin class went to Cardingmill Valley for the cross country races. Everyone ran with perseverance and determination and managed to finish with a smile. Well done to everyone!
Thank you to all that have shared and followed our Facebook page. We would like to use this as another communication tool so that messages are shared clearly. We will be putting some photos up on there for promotion and to share – for this we use the photo permission slips that you filled in at the beginning of term. With the news of having a Facebook page, if you would like to alter your permissions, please let the school office know. For those that have yet to return these forms, we would appreciate having these returned to the school office as soon as is possible. Thank you.
We all hope that you have a restful and lovely weekend.
Mrs L. Edgerton
P.S. We would also like to wish Mrs Cooper a very special ‘big’ birthday!
We continued to look at democracy as a British value and thought about how we can make decisions in school demonstrating this democracy. We have set up our school lunch time clubs together – taking votes to ensure that everyone had a voice. We have also had our elections for our committees, which we will announce next week in assembly.
As a school, we have continued to look at the value of respect. We thought about how we should treat others in order to show respect. One of the stories we looked at was the story of Elijah and the widow, taken from the Bible. In this story, we thought about the message that all people were shown respect by God and how they were not judged. We concluded to…
Please could we ask parents to read the government recommendations below on packed lunches:
So that we are eating a healthy, balanced lunch, a packed lunch should include:
A balanced diet is always recommended and the following should only be included in moderation:
Please could we also remind parents that if your child is in Little Owls, grapes should be cut in half for safety reasons.
Here are the lunchtime clubs for this term:
Merlins class had a fantastic time completing the cross country course at Carding Mill Valley on Thursday. Congratulations to all the children who took part.
More details to follow but please save the dates:
Weds 25th October – Pumpkin Carving Competition
Thurs 26th October – Halloween Disco
Boulton’s have asked us to remind families that children need to be on the bus in Acton Burnell ready to leave at 8.15am to avoid delays in getting to school. They will review this time once the road has reopened. Thank you.
Please pop in and see our school in action through the day or in the evening on Wednesday 4th October 2023:
We still have a number of families who have yet to return the forms that were sent home on the first day of school. It is really important that we have these returned to us so that we can update our records.
If you need new copies of these forms, please email or telephone Lucy in the office. Thank you.
Tel: 01743 718493
SENDCO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Longnor CE Primary School
Frodesley Road, Longnor, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY5 7PP
Headteacher: Mrs L Edgerton
SENCO: Lisa Owen