It was great that so many of you were able to come to the meeting last night. Thank you for your input.
Your support and active involvement are a real strength of our school.
This week every child in the school planted a clove of garlic, which they will look after until it has grown into a whole bulb to be harvested in the summer. The children have lots more gardening projects ahead this spring and summer – if you can spare even 5 minutes to help, do please speak to Miss Boulton or Lenka in the office.
Parent Governor Election
Yesterday we sent out two ballot papers to each family for a Parent Governor Election. Every parent or full time carer is entitled to vote so if you would like more copies of ballot papers for parents who don’t live in the same household, please see the school office.
Sally Blissett leaving
Sadly Sally Blissett is leaving our school due to ill health. Her last day will be next Friday 14th February. We are all going to miss her as she has been a brilliant support for past 8 years and we wish her all the best in the future.
Tulips’ trip to British Museum
As part of their history lessons Tulips are going to British Museum on Thursday 13th February.
We have had a reported case of Scarlet Fever in our school. Please read the letter on the back of this newsletter for more information on this disease and please do let the school know if your child is diagnosed with it in the future.